R2-D2 Paper Crafts

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R2-D2 Paper Crafts
R2-D2 crafts can be made from paper. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images Sport/Getty Images)

R2-D2 is the lovable robot friend from the "Star Wars" franchise. If you're a fan of the beeping, blue and silver bot, consider putting together a paper craft based on R2-D2. You can use scrap paper or speciality craft paper to make things like invitations or birthday cards featuring the little robot.


If you're throwing a Star Wars themed birthday, make some paper R2-D2 invitations to send out to guests. You can use card stock from the craft store, which is a thick, sturdy paper, to print out the date, time and location of the party. Then, decorate the edges of the invitations with R2-D2 stickers, which you can find at toy stores, craft stores or other speciality shops.


A collage is a type of art that has all sorts of images, sometimes overlapping one another. You can make an R2-D2 collage by cutting out images of the robot from movie magazines or books. Then, glue the images onto a piece of construction paper, filling the paper up. This is a perfect project for a school project on films or just a fun craft on a rainy afternoon.

Birthday Cards

An R2-D2 birthday card is easy to make and an ideal solution if you have a friend who is a big Star Wars fan. Download an image of R2-D2 online and print it out, then paste the image to the front of a piece of craft paper folded in half. You can draw a bubble coming from the robot's mouth, and write in "Happy Birthday," to make it look like the bot is wishing your friend a good birthday.


Handmade valentines are a sweet way to show someone you care, and an R2-D2 valentine is ideal for a special someone who also loves Star Wars. Cut out an image of R2-D2 from a colouring book, and colour it in with paints or coloured pencils. Glue the image to a piece of red construction paper, cut into a heart.

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