Star Wars Cupcake Stencils For Kitchens In A Galaxy Far Far Away

Use the spatula, Luke! Yes, Star Wars fever has hit the kitchens again. With a range of wonderful Star Wars stencils, cupcake holders and action figure decorations, you can fight the dark side of hunger and ‘Chewbacca’ a couple of cupcakes. You can almost hear every rebel sweet tooth cheering with delight as these kits designed for you to go solo or team up with other Jedis are ready for you to make wonderful Star Wars treats.

Rest assured, you will not need to go to Jedi training school or wear the helmet blinding you from a flying robot that will fire the occasional laser at you when you don’t get the stencils quite right. The stencils are created in a way that helps catch any stray icing sugar to give you lightsaber sharp designs on your cupcake creations. The Star Wars Galactic Empire Cupcake Decorating Kit is available at Williams-Sonoma for $9.95 or can be found on like every thing else in the empire!

In another kit, we found you can get four styles of cupcake toppers. You get to battle with your dinner guests with the Galactic Empire Kit that includes Darth Vader, Boba Fett and two Imperial Stormtroopers. It gets even better as you find grease-proof paper and soy ink Darth Vader and Stormtrooper paper liners that protect your Star Wars creations. Ensure you balance the dinner table force though and pick up the Rebel Alliance Kit that has Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo and everyone’s favorite Yoda. The bases of the cupcakes have Chewbacca, R2-D2 and C-3PO. You can guarantee that you won’t need to use the force to eat any of these Star Wars delights. These sets are $12 from Williams-Sonoma and as well.

Once your force abilities have reached Luke-like levels, you can progress into cookie, not wookie, cutter territory with a delightful cookie cutter set that includes C-3PO, Chewbacca, R2-D2 and a Jawa. These lovely cookie creations will push your decoration skills, but you can just take Yoda’s advice, “Do or do not. There is no try.”








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