Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Star Wars Craft: Porg Christmas Ornaments

Porg Christmas ornament craft tutorial -Lego BB8 ornament and lego millennium falcon ornament in background
The Star Wars episode 8 countdown is on! If you haven't already fallen in love with the porgs through the Star Wars previews, you surely will after watching the movie! The adorable porgs are native to the planet Ahch-To, where Luke has exiled himself - and I basically just want to snuggle one. While you can't adopt a real life porg, getting a porg Christmas ornament may be the next best thing! Read on to learn how to transform a humble ball ornament into an adorable porg Christmas ornament.

How to Make a Porg Christmas Ornament



Supplies

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Directions

Watch the video: How to make a porg ornament


Yield: 1 ornament

How to Make a Porg Christmas Ornament

Turn a humble ball ornament into an adorable porg Christmas ornament to hang on your tree.

instructions


  1. Using black paint, paint two large circles for eyes.
  2. Using photo as a guide, use yellow gold paint to paint a fur line around the eyes. Carry the line around to the back and fill in with more gold paint.
  3. Use silver paint to create a "widow's peak" in front. Carry the line around to the back and fill in between the lines with more silver paint.
  4. Add one large and one small white dot to each eye.
  5. Allow to dry completely before hanging on your tree.
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May the force be with you!

About the Author:

Carissa Bonham is a lifelong crafter and mom of two creative boys. The owner and lead writer at Creative Green Living, she won the Craftys Award for the "Best Craft Blogger" category in 2016. 

Her creative pursuits don't stop at crafts - she is also the author of the hardcover cookbook, Beautiful Smoothie Bowls (Skyhorse, 2017) and several ebooks. Her projects have been featured in magazines like Kids Crafts 1-2-3, Capper's Farmer and Urban Farm Magazine. Follow her on PinterestInstagramTwitter or join the Creative Green Living community group.
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