What a great time to be a Star Wars fan! Star Wars: The Last Jedi is wrapping up in theaters, having made more than $1.3B worldwide. The next standalone film, Solo: A Star Wars Story, premieres in just over a month on May 25th. After that, there’s Star Wars: Episode IX in 2019 and a third Star Wars Story film in 2020. Even more future projects have also been announced, including another trilogy from The Last Jedi director/writer Rian Johnson, a film series from Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, and a live-action television series from Iron Man and Iron Man 2 director and Marvel Cinematic Universe actor Jon Favreau. And you know what that means: plenty of new Star Wars toys!
So it’s the best time to make some toys of our own. Star Wars eggction figures, if you will! That’s right, we've designed Easter Egg printables of all your (and our!) favorite Star Wars characters. And because we’re between The Last Jedi and Solo, we included elements from both films. Just download and print these free Easter Egg costumes, cut and attach them to dyed eggs, and put them on display in the Millennium Falcon egg carton!
Star Wars Easter Eggs
Chewbacca, Han Solo, and Lando Calrissian on the Millennium Falcon as they’ll appear in Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Chewbacca surrounded by Porgs on the Millennium Falcon in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Chewbacca, Han Solo, Finn, and Rey as they first met in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Rose Tico, Finn, Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Rey, and Poe Dameron with Kylo Ren watching awkwardly. (He does that a lot.)
Chewbacca hanging out with (and totally not eating) 3 Porgs.
Kylo Ren and Rey face off in the style of The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi.
Easter Egg Printables
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Which was your favorite egg? Are you going to print these out and make your own Star Wars printables? Tell us about it in the comments. Keep in mind that you can print these out on cardstock or even regular printer paper! And you can dye your eggs with egg dye, food coloring, or even Kool-Aid! (That’s what we used.) You might also be interested in our Minion Easter Eggs as well. If these eggction figures aren’t enough, remember that we carry plenty of Star Wars toys and other Star Wars gifts!
Egg Design Credit: Kate Lemke