He won’t admit it, but I think I needed to pass a Star Wars test before Scott and I got married. I’ve always loved Star Wars, but my love pales in comparison to Scott’s. He’s spent many years looking forward to the day when the girls would latch onto the movies. This past year, they finally did. The Force Awakens helped a lot and Rey is such a fantastic character for them to grow up with. It has become quite common to walk into the living room and discover them watching one of the movies together. I think I can officially call the entire family geeks now! Madeline wanted some more Star Wars things for her room, so I started looking through my craft room for ideas. When the idea for my Star Wars Hoop Art struck me, I knew that I was going to need to make more than one (but I’ll be nice and let her have the first 😉 ).
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- fat quarter of star fabric
- glittered hoop
- Cricut Explore
- deco foil foam adhesive
- deco foil transfer sheets
The foam cut perfectly. I pulled the surrounding foam up so that only the letters were left, keeping the top paper on for the time being.
I placed the letters on the fabric that I had sized in the hoop.
I can’t get over how easy the deco foil is to use. I pulled off the paper on the letters and placed the foil on top, silver side down. From there, it was just a bit of rubbing. The foil attached without any issue.
How cool is that?!
I am so tickled with my Star Wars Hoop Art. I love how shiny the letters are. It was so much fun to make!
I *might* have waved my hoop around in front of me to watch how the light struck it. These pictures really don’t do the shine justice.
The glittered hoop and star fabric are such a fun background to a fun project.
My Star Wars Hoop Art wasn’t difficult to make. The shine and texture of the letters put me in my happy place. It was such a fun little project!
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