My only complaint about these Star Wars Snack Bowls is that there is no Sarlacc Pit, which would have made complete sense, but at least you can use these to fill your own bottomless Sarlacc Pit of a stomach.
R2-D2 is clearly the droid that someone was looking for. Sold by the Profiles in History auction house in California this week, this model of droid was described as a “complete R2-D2 unit” that was assembled from original screen used parts.
This project from EPBOT will give you a very cool shelf to display your Star Wars toys on. It’s currently designed to show off a Star Wars Funko POP! collection, but you could make one for any kind of Star Wars figures if you adjust the height of the shelves to fit your figures.
Season your meals with the light side or the dark side with these cool grinders. These lightsaber salt and pepper grinders are the latest kitchen accessory in your already oversaturated Star Wars themed kitchen.
The blue is for salt and the red is for pepper, obviously.
OMG look at this LEGO diorama that turned up at Brickworld Indianapolis 2017. It’s an incredible scene inspired by Star Wars and features a massive battle set to take place complete with multiple flying ships, wheeled vehicles, hordes of robots, and lots and lots of stormtroopers.
You gave a concert in that? You’re braver than I thought. This Millennium Falcon Violin sadly, has no strings, so you can’t play it, but you can hang it on your wall and admire it.
Artist Richard Symons created this cool sculpture around a real violin.
They don’t show it in the movies, but the Galactic Empire, like the British Empire, actually loves tea. It is a little known fact that during the battle of Hoth, Stormtroopers were having a tea party in the back of those AT-ATs.
Redditor PoorKidstoys daughter goes to a school that has a special “Drive In Movie” day for the last day of school. That sounds really cool, but the best part is that kids get to bring in a homemade cardboard car to sit in while they all watch the movie.
I’ve always wondered what it took to build the actual models used in the original Star Wars franchise. Those original movies looked great and had no computer animation in them. Bandai Hobby is getting ready to release a model kit that is a 1/72-scale Millennium Falcon model that is billed as almost as accurate and precise as those used in the filming.
Impressive. Most impressive. Darth Vader was pretty badass in Rogue One and now he goes back to being adorable with this new Funko Pop figure. He’s super adorable.
This figure has a Death Star base and Darth Vader is riding his TIE Fighter as if it was one of those coin operated rides for kids.
I’ve often wondered what happened to the Imperial engineer who designed the AT-AT. I mean, as you build this massive walking battleship of death and come to find out on its first deployment, all it takes to destroy it is some rope.
This Darth Vader armchair is the perfect chair for anyone who is allied with the Dark Side and wants to show it. Emperor Palpatine probably has one just like it in his office that he makes Vader sit in when they’re having meetings.
So you fancy yourself a Han Solo sort, huh? You are a rogue and a scoundrel, but what you lack is a Wookiee co-pilot for your very fast hunk of junk. Well, here is the next best thing the “Chewbelta,” a Chewbacca bandolier seatbelt cover.
You know what really ties a room together? A Death Star rug. Especially one with some palm trees and an AT-ST against a Scarif sunset. At least you don’t have to die stealing the plans. You can just buy one.
Aren’t you a little sweet to be a stormtrooper? Check out this cake that looks just like a stormtrooper’s helmet. What I really want is a Stormtrooper helmet cake that I can wear on duty and eat while guarding the halls of the Death Star.
Star Wars fans, check this out. GameStop will be getting an exclusive NERF Rival Apollo XV-700 blaster, done up in the style of your favorite bounty hunter. Unlike most NERF guns which use foam darts, this one fires little round projectiles which look like golf balls to me.