Everyone loves ‘the child’ from The Mandalorian. Baby Yoda drawings, Baby Yoda memes, Baby Yoda anything is super popular right. Basically Baby Yoda is everyone’s favorite new Star Wars character. Who would like to make their own DIY Baby Yoda stuff?
Star Wars Baby Yoda Merch
Baby Yoda merch is one of the hottest sellers right now, unfortunately, some products are only available to pre-order. How about making your own cool things with an adorable Baby Yoda SVG? I love the sweet Baby Yoda tote I made. I plan on making a fun Baby Yoda shirt too, and possibly more random things. Let’s put Baby Yoda on EVERYTHING!
Baby Yoda Drawing
How adorable is the Baby Yoda drawing? It was designed by my friend Kate who draws lots of cool stuff, you should go check her site out. Not only did she draw it for me but she converted it into a SVG file which makes it super easy to use with your cutting machine. Just upload the file into the Cricut Design Space software and start cutting!
Baby Yoda SVG
Ready to make your own Baby Yoda tote or other cool products? I recommend grabbing green and tan vinyl. Obviously there are various shades of green and tan out there, these are the two products I used: olive iron on vinyl and tan iron on vinyl. Then of course you need your blank – basically what you plan on putting Baby Yoda on. In my case, I created 15 black tote bags for our Disney Cruise fish exchange. A t-shirt would be super fun too though, that’s my next project!
Then download the Baby Yoda file and upload it to the Design Space software. The easiest way to make this project would be to attach the pieces together in Design Space like I recommended in my Onward t-shirt tutorial. This will keep all the pieces together in the right shape and make it easy to iron it on.
Unfortunately, I was making 15 Baby Yoda tote bags and wanted to minimize the amount of vinyl I had to use, so I let the software arrange the pieces on the cutting mat as efficiently as possible. This means I had to place each piece of Baby Yoda separate on the tote, iron it and then place the next piece and iron it. There are 10 separate pieces in this Baby Yoda SVG. The process wouldn’t bad for one tote bag or t-shirt but it’s quite tedious when making 15 tote bags like I did.