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DIY Star Wars Snowflakes

Star Wars Snowflakes - Download the CollectionWith winter upon us, we thought it would be fun to share a fun project of ours with you: snowflake designs with a Star Wars twist.

We created the original set of designs in 2010 and now have the largest collection of designs and templates on the internet. With The Force Awakens opening in December, the latest installment of the Star Wars film series inspired us to create new designs such as the BB-8 and Kylo Ren. We had so much fun in fact that there are 33 designs altogether. Download the Collection.

Please share these on your networks using the hashtag #starwarssnowflakes and our handle @mattersofgrey. These are unofficial and for non-commercial use. Please provide a link credit where appropriate.

If you like Star Wars stuff, you might enjoy our Star Wars ringtones as well.

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Additional Diagrams from Full Collection

Stormtrooper - Star Wars Snowflake

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Rebel logo - Star Wars Snowflake

Rebel Logo
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Imperial logo - Star Wars Snowflake

Imperial Logo
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Republic logo - Star Wars Snowflake

Republic Logo
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Clone Trooper - Star Wars Snowflake

Clone Trooper
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Death Star - Star Wars Snowflake

Death Star
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X-Wing starfighter - Star Wars Snowflake

X-Wing Starfighter
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Star Destroyer - Star Wars Snowflake

Star Destroyer
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Millennium Falcon - Star Wars Snowflake

Millennium Falcon
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Eta-2 interceptor - Star Wars Snowflake

Eta-2 Interceptor
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TIE Fighter Pilot - Star Wars Snowflake

TIE Fighter Pilot
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Stormtrooper 2 - Star Wars Snowflake

Stormtrooper 2
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Millennium Falcon 2 - Star Wars Snowflake

Millennium Falcon 2
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Han Solo 2 - Star Wars Snowflake

Han Solo 2
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Eta-2 interceptor - Star Wars Snowflake

General Grievous
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Captain Phasma - Star Wars Snowflake

Captain Phasma
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Sith Acolyte - Star Wars Snowflake

Sith Acolyte
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  1. Click Diagram link to download the PDF (or download the Collection)
  2. Print the PDF
  3. Cut the circle out
  4. Fold the diagram. We found doing a accordion fold worked better for us.
  5. Cut the grey area out (you may need an Exacto knife for some of the designs)
  6. Unfold and hang!

Diagram Example:


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  1. Do you have an SVG file to cut out the designs?

    1. I don’t unfortunately. Though it is a great suggestion

  2. The snowflakes are impossible even a droid couldn’t do it! Firstly they’re too small on A4 even with a precision knife the curves on the stormtrooper are frayed and messy. Show me a real person that has cut out any of these….

    1. holly if you search instagram #starwarssnowflakes you will see many of them that have been cut out by real people. They for sure require the force, an x-acto, or a lightsaber as they are very detailed.

  3. do you have an more details explanations on how to cut?

    Meaning you cut the circle, fold in half and then half again and the accordion and then cut? I need to do this with a class of kids so I want to be as clear as possible.

    1. yes, exactly! when you fold keep the portion of the design on top, so that you can cut out the grey areas