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Oct 11

DIY Star Wars Car Seat Cover

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I love this Star Wars car seat cover and you can’t complain when it is only $12 to make. These covers can retail anywhere from $20-40 in a store or online, not to mention the whole Star Wars theme adds a premium. I wish I had one of these when Michael was younger.

I will link to all of the tutorials after the shower. I am just getting these puppies online so the shower guests can see what is available and how cheap everything is. :)

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Mallery

My name is Mallery and I am a recovering workaholic. I curse like a sailor. I'm a mix of obsessive and awkward. I talk about bowel habits more than I should and I enjoy wine, gaming, and tattoos.

1 comment

  1. Yuki

    Haha the memories. I got to see Star Wars in a teaethr in Akadem Gorodok outside Novosibirsk in late March/early April, 1991, during a student exchange. It was awesome, it was the only movie I remember seeing that had dubbing for all the voices, instead of a depressing baritone reading the script. Even quality offerings like Back to the Future part III were the depressing guy. The only movies I remember seeing in the teaethrs at all were American like Josh Brolin’s 1986 mega-blockbuster Thrashin’.I don’t remember any posters, though. I do remember getting home and a few days later seeing the tanks roll into the Kremlin. Impeccable timing.

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