Valentine’s Day is almost here and that means overpriced flowers that die in two days. Rather than sending short-lived flora to your gal, send her this Star Wars Bouquet. It won’t die because it’s packed with little stuffed Star Wars characters.
Growing up, there were only stormtroopers with white armor, and the occasional black outfit on a TIE fighter pilot, but in the new Star Wars flicks you get some red and even a silver stormtrooper. If you want to add a little variety to your stark black and white trooper collection, here’s your chance to own some cool action figures.
Did Rogue One feel naked to you without the opening crawl? More importantly, do you feel naked without it? Well, now you can wear one around your neck.
These opening crawl infinity scarves are based on The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
Boba Fett is real and has arrived in our galaxy. This image is proof. Actually, this Boba Fett mandalorian ballistic srmor was created by the folks at AR500 Armor. It not only looks cool, but it is also functional.
I’m not a big toy collector, so I am not too familiar with Beast Kingdom’s action figures. This one is supposed to be based on Darth Vader as seen in Rogue One. The proportions are all wrong for the helmet though, which I assume to be the thing with these Egg Attack figures.
You can choose from many crochet patterns in Etsy seller Krawka’s store, but what we are really interested in is an AT-AT, not some droid who speaks Bocce.
This AT-AT is probably the cutest crochet item of them all.
If you’ve ever wanted to build your very own R2-D2, this is a cool idea. Now you can learn how to build an R2 unit that doubles as a steampunk gentleman tea server. It turns out, it is surprisingly easy.
Sure, we’ve all got our Millennium Falcon toys, but this ship is even cooler when it levitates. Star Wars fan and model builder @HanakiMasatoshi has built a very cool floating mini-model of the Millennium Falcon to celebrate the release of Rogue One in Japan.
A few years back, we spotted a Death Star made entirely from ginger snap cookies, and while that one looked crunchy and delicious, I think this one is even more impressive because of its construction technique using flat sheets of gingerbread.
Do you like disemboweled Tauntauns? Good, because Disney is releasing ten new Hoth-themed plush toys that include Leia, 2-1B, a Wampa, Luke, Han, and even a Tauntaun. Yes, a Tauntaun Tsum Tsum. That is way too much fun to say.
A giant tall imperial walker playhouse is every kid’s dream. Well, Colin Furze is making dreams come true, because he built one in his backyard for his kids.
This 18 foot-tall walker was built to scale using an AT-ACT toy from Rogue One for reference.
I don’t know much about art, but I know what I like. And I like artist Travis Chapman’s take on Botticelli’s Birth of Venus painting featuring Princess Leia in her slave outfit. This original acrylic painting would look great in your man cave or geek themed room.
Growing up, my cousin and I were nearly the same exact age so we hung out together a lot. His younger brother was several years younger than us and that meant we often teamed up to torment him in various ways.
You may have seen these Jetovator flying, water-powered jet ski things in videos in the past, but you’ve never seen them like this. With the help of an ample supply of duct tape, video wizard Devin Supertramp has turned them into some awesome Star Wars speeder bikes.
This R2-D2 tape measure belongs in every X-Wing pilot’s tool kit. This versatile astromech droid is now an adorable tape measure. I’m not sure what units they use in a galaxy far, far away, but this tape measure uses inches and centimeters.