This Baby Yoda String Art is Out of This Galaxy Awesome!
I have always loved string art, but was afraid to try it–but making this Baby Yoda string art was so easy and fun, I am definitely going to be making more!
Baby Yoda String Art
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we have a baby crush on little Baby Yoda. Like, seriously, that Stormtrooper that punched him? Better watch his back if I ever get to a galaxy far, far away. LOL! In all seriousness, making a Baby Yoda string art was so much fun–and so simple. I had no idea that it would go by so fast! But it makes such a fantastic addition in my kid’s room.
RELATED READING: BABY YODA SLEEP MASK
Also, I’m saying “my kid’s room” but I kind of feel like it should be on my mantle, I love this Baby Yoda string art so much. If you’re ready to make an awesome Star Wars string art, let’s get started.
No Time to Make This Now? Pin it for Later
You’re busy, I get it. Pin this to your favorite Star Wars crafts board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready.
As an Amazon Associate, I can earn from qualifying purchases.
Tips to Make Star Wars String Art
- Start by grabbing the free printable Baby Yoda string art template. It’s super handy with markings for where the nails ought to go–although you can certainly use less nails than I identified. But, keep in mind that you will have a more dense look with more nails, so reducing the nails will lead to more gaps in the strings.
- I started by trying to use a thin wood, because I thought “oh this will be easier to nail” and while that was the case, unfortunately, the thin wood was so weak that it actually broke between the nails–so I had a nice little outline growing with no nails. It was bad. So, pick a solid wood, about 1/4-inch thick at the thinnest.
- I grabbed a bunch of the specific colors I wanted of the embroidery thread, but then I discovered that it’s a whole lot cheaper to buy the embroidery thread in bulk, like these. So, be smarter than me.
- I recommend using a solid background (white or black or even grey) because of the muted colors of Baby Yoda’s little shirt and collar. I felt like white was right for me, so I used a white chalk paint, but you could also use black with no problem, I’m sure.
How Do I Make this Baby Yoda String Art?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
Would you like inspiration delivered right to you each week? Sign up for the once-weekly Ruffles and Rain Boots newsletter and you’ll get that and more! Get access to the exclusive libraries full of free SVGs, hand lettering practice, and so much more.
More Star Wars Crafts You Might Like
- Mandalorian SVG Set – This is the way. Just grab the SVG and make the awesome shirt or tumbler or whatever. But this is the way…so do it.
- Ahsoka Mickey Ears – If you’re looking for some epic Mickey ears for your favorite Star Wars fan, these are the way to turn heads!
- Yoda Mickey Ears – Not the Baby Yoda…but the Yoda. You know…OG. These are his Mickey ears for your trip to Galaxy’s Edge.
Please Save This to Pinterest
Your shares are how this site grows and I am sincerely grateful. Know a friend who’d like this? Please share it on Facebook or save it to your favorite easy DIY Star Wars board on Pinterest.