Make a ‘Mandalorian’ Paper Snowflake, Featuring Grogu!

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If you love The Mandalorian — like most Disney+ subscribers and Star Wars fans do– you probably can’t get enough of Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu (AKA The Child AKA Baby Yoda).

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If you’re looking for an adorable way to celebrate the holiday season and make memories with your family, look no further than this Mandalorian inspired craft — a paper snowflake featuring Din Djarin’s beskar helmet and a silhouette of Grogu himself!

The Mandalorian snowflake craft first began making the rounds on Facebook and currently has well over 30,000 shares, meaning you’ll be joining lots of other Star Wars fans if you opt to try your hand at this kid-friendly paper craft.

Travis Lee Clark wrote:

Okay so a lot of people asked for a pattern for my Mando snowflake. I don’t really use patterns so I cut it again and simplified it a bit. Then I took a pic of it folded against a black background so you can see the pattern. Below is a pic of the flake folded and unfolded. Hopefully you can take it from here. Make sure you are folding it for a six pointed flake or it won’t turn out right. Enjoy!
Update! Shay Moore was kind enough to make a pattern based on the profile which might make it easier to cut. Thanks Shay!
Also, a lot of people want to know how to cut a six sided snowflake. There are lots of tutorials online but I think this is one of the best I’ve seen: https://www.instructables.com/How-to-Make-6-Pointed…/
Thanks so much for all the kind words and for sharing!
Update to the Update! OVER 25K shares! Wow. Thanks everybody. If you like this stuff, I’ve set up an Instagram with more of my snowflake designs. Thanks again!

Okay so a lot of people asked for a pattern for my Mando snowflake. I don't really use patterns so I cut it again and…

Posted by Travis Lee Clark on Tuesday, December 8, 2020

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Clark shared two helpful links and several photos of the Star Wars craft, including one of the finished product — in which Din Djarin’s Mandalorian armor and Grogu’s adorable smiling face are clearly visible — and a pattern that you can print and use if you want to do the project at home.

In addition to its simple instructions, one of the best parts about this Star Wars snowflake is that you probably already have everything you need around the house – scissors, plain white paper, and a printer if you plan to use the provided pattern.

The template is easy enough for even the youngest members of your family to use, especially if they use safety scissors. The fun paper craft is sure to be a hit at any Christmas party you may be having this year (or an year!)

These Star Wars paper snowflakes would be adorable to make anytime during the winter season, but if you want to get a head start on your preparations for the debuts of The Book of Boba Fett and The Mandalorian Season 3 in December 2021 , just imagine how cute these would be taped to your windows on premiere night!

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You could even turn one into an ornament and hang it on your Christmas tree Christmas season after Christmas season.

Are you going to download the free template and add festive flair from a galaxy far, far away to your home?

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