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Stormtrooper Latte Art

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If you ever find yourself in a situation where you have to produce a cake for a Star Wars fan, but lack kitchen skills, you can still attempt to wow him or her by baking your abomination in the shape of a Stormtrooper head. It may not make your creation edible, but it will show some attempt at caring while also setting you up for a joke about how one failure is in the shape of another.

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Created by Mike’s Amazing Cakes.

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I hate trying to figure out which is salt and which is pepper when the shaker isn’t clear glass. It causes unnecessary mealtime stress that can be solved with this Darth Vader and Stormtrooper salt and pepper set. It’s easy to remember Vader is pepper and the trooper is salt. Stress free seasoning is here! These were exclusive to Star Wars Celebration VI, but can now be yours to season your food with Imperial flair.

These are available in very limited quantities so order now!

Product Page ($19.99)

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Stormtrooper PEZ Dispenser tattoo inked by Vinny Romanelli at Red Rocket in NYC.

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Click the link below for a step by step.

(Instructables via LaughingSquid)

Hot off the truck in our Nerd Approved Shop—Star Wars Stormtrooper Silicone Trays!

Here’s an innovative Star Wars kitchen product that comes to you from a galaxy far, far away. This time around, the fun gets frosty with the Stormtrooper Silicone Tray. Perfect for everything from family fun to Star Wars-themed parties, this handy 6-inch long tray lets you capture ice, chocolate, jelly, or anything else you can think of in the familiar shape of everyone’s favorite Stormtrooper! It makes a nifty gift for any kitchen. The tray measures 6-inches long x 4-inches wide x 1-inches tall. It is heatproof up to 446F° and cold resistant to -40F°.

Star Wars Stormtrooper Silicone Tray—$9.99

Stormtrooper Easter Egg


Nicola created this awesome Stormtrooper Easter egg using a CraftRobo Pro cutter/ plotter, a stencil made in Illustrator, some sticky backed plastic and acrylic paint.

As a kid, I would have loved to take a whole carton of Stormtrooper eggs out during Halloween—kind of like a calling card. The only problem is that they would never hit the target no matter how many eggs I threw.

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