Along with the rest of the nation, we have Star Wars fever. My husband and I went to see the Force Awakens on opening weekend and it was EPIC. From the movie being truer to the original Star Wars, to moviegoers dressed up in character, to high-fiving strangers sitting next to you when something awesome happened…we had a blast. We even found ourselves reminiscing about the first time we saw Star Wars in the theater as kids.
For me it was at the Catlow Theater in Barrington, IL (where I am originally from before I moved to NY at the age of 7). The Catlow is a special theater in this picturesque village, a building that dates back to 1927 designed in tudor style that remains standing and showing movies to this day. I remember being a very small girl, holding my Uncle’s hand (whom I absolutely idolized) as he brought me to the movies. It was the first time I recall ever going to the movies. And while I do not remember the movie itself…I remember stars and the opening music and scene…I DO remember the feeling I had of being special being there with my Uncle. I felt loved.
I actually have a painting of the landmark Catlow theater hanging in my house now, gifted to me by my Grandma, and it is one of my most prized possessions. Some things have a hold on our hearts, for reasons beyond comprehension.
I love you to a Galaxy Far Far Away and Back || free Star Wars printable.
Star Wars Valentines Poster
The perfect Valentine’s Day or birthday gift for the Star Wars lover in your life. I currently have this free printable hanging in my son’s room, above his dresser, and he loves it!
HOW TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE STAR WARS VALENTINE’S IMAGE:
Step One –
Click on your desired color below, right click and save to your computer.
- BLUE – I love you to a galaxy far far away poster
- GRAY – I love you to a galaxy far far away poster
- TURQUOISE – I love you to a galaxy far far away poster
- PEACH – I love you to a galaxy far far away poster
Step Two –
Open the saved file and resize to your desired poster size. The file is automatically an 18″ x 24″, can easily be resized to 11″ x 14″ for a smaller poster.
Step Three –
Upload image to OfficeDepot, MPix, or other image printing source to print. I have used both of the source listed with great results.
Frame and Enjoy!
Thanks so much for stopping by, and until next time…