Star Wars Bookmarks #MayTheForceBeWithYou


I remember when the first Star Wars movie came out when I was a kid, from then on I was hooked.  Thankfully my husband was like me when I was a child; a Star Wars fan.  As kids we both had the original Star Wars toys (I wish I still had mine, they maybe worth some money).  It has trickled down because my boys love Star Wars. That being said we could not pass up May 4th (May the Force Be With You) go by and not do a fun Star Wars craft.


Our homeschool group classes have ended for the year so we have switched gears on our curriculum (yes we still homeschool over the summer).  One of the things we really focus on is reading.  Why not mix reading and a Star Wars craft together?


Card stock

Bookmark template

Star Wars characters printed out

Glue stick

Elmer’s (white or gel glue)

Glitter glue

Thin tip markers


Trace the template onto the card stock and then cut out. Follow the directions on the template, glue the folds in place (do not use too much glue, you do not want it gushing out of the sides).  Cut out your Star Wars character and then using the glue stick glue it on the top facing up portion of the bookmark. Next the kids and I used our markers to make the characters a bit brighter and glitter glue to make accents along the character giving it a bit of a pop. Allow the bookmark to dry. Finally add it to the corner of the page in your book to hold your place! 

Be sure to check out the pool noodle Lightsabers my kids made a few years ago! 


How are you celebrating May 4th?


  1. Those are adorable! I wish I was talented like that. It looks like you’ve got something there that you could sell LOL. They really do look good I know my kiddo would love one.

  2. These are super cute! Such a smart idea for books

  3. Those are so cute! I’ll have to make these with the kiddos. We LOVE Star Wars everything.

  4. These are adorable! I have a friend who’s entire family is obsessed with Star Wars, I will definitely be passing this on to her. Thanks so much for sharing it!

  5. Claudia Krusch says:

    We are huge Star Wars fans. These bookmarks are so cute and easy to make. I will have to make some this weekend.

  6. I have only seen the first three Star Wars movies (which are now no longer the first three). I enjoyed them. Love these bookmarks, they are super cute.

  7. Amy Desrosiers says:

    My kids love making little crafts like these. I bet my son would love these Star Wars themed ones since he loves Yoda.

  8. So very cute! I have always enjoyed Star Wars and these would be great for my cousin’s 2 smaller kids that would love to make these.
    Thank you for sharing them, and they love books so win/win.

  9. These are really neat. I’ve never seen bookmarks like these before. I need to make some for myself!

  10. These bookmarks are so cute. Perfect for any little Star Wars fans in the house.

  11. Alicia Gonzalez says:

    Oh my goodness! I LOVE LOVE LOVE these. I also love that you can put the pages of the specific reading assignments for the older kids. I wish I would have thought of something like this before. It’s also a perfect craft to do with some of my young clients.

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