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Make Your Own ‘Star Wars: Visions’ Droid Magnet!

‘Star Wars: Visions’ is a series of animated shorts that Disney+ subscribers can watch. has shared how you can make a refrigerator magnet of TD-4, one of the droids! Here are the details:

Last year, Star Wars: Visions on Disney+ offered fans a stunning new point of view on the galaxy far, far away. From new concepts of Jedi and Sith to wildly creative takes on familiar ships and vehicles, Visions is a masterpiece of innovation. 

But the heart of the animated shorts were the droids, from the endearing T0-B1 to the guitarist K-344. TD-4 was Lop’s sidekick who played a vital role in “Lop and Ochō.” 

TD-4, “Lop and Ochō”

TD-4 can accompany you on your culinary adventures as an eye-catching refrigerator magnet with this DIY! You don’t need to be a droid engineer for this build, but we do have some useful blueprints for you. Here’s how to use them to make your very own TD-4.

What You’ll Need

  • TD-4 template
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Orange craft foam
  • Gray craft foam
  • Black or black glitter craft foam
  • Yellow craft foam
  • Craft knife (optional)
  • School glue 
  • Large light blue sequin
  • Black paper
  • Paper hole punch
  • Orange glitter
  • Turquoise or turquoise glitter craft foam
  • Magnet

Get Started!

The activities in this article should only be done with adult supervision.

TD-4 craft step 1

Step 1: Print the TD-4 template. Cut out the pieces with scissors or craft knife.

Step 2: Trace the rounded rectangle marked “Gray x 2” twice on the gray craft foam. Cut out the pieces. 

TD-4 craft step 3

Step 3: Trace and cut out the small, rounded rectangle marked “Gray.” Draw a line across the piece at the halfway mark with the pencil. 

TD-4 craft step 4

Step 4: Trace and cut out the remaining template pieces as marked. You should have:

  • Two gray rounded rectangles
  • Small gray circle
  • Small black rounded square
  • Small gray rounded rectangle
  • Two large orange rectangles
  • Orange rectangular shape with notches
  • Two orange strips
  • Two yellow rectangles
  • Gray handle shape

Step 5: Cut a small rectangle about .5 inches wide and 1.5 inches long. Glue it to the top of one orange rectangle. This is TD-4’s “neck” piece.

TD-4 craft step 6

Step 6: Glue the two orange strips to the top and bottom edges of the other orange rectangle.

Step 7: Glue one gray rounded rectangle to the back of the orange neck piece.

Step 8: Glue the notched orange shape to the top of the other gray rounded rectangle. Glue the black rounded square and the small gray rounded rectangle inside the notches.

Tip: You may need to trim the shapes to get a snug fit.

TD-4 craft step 9

Step 9: Glue the orange rectangle with the strips on top of the other orange rectangle. Let all glue dry.

Step 10: Glue the handle piece to the top of the gray rounded rectangle attached to the body.

TD-4 craft step 11

Step 11: Trim the four corners of the orange body at an angle.

Step 12: Punch a hole in the black paper with the hole punch. Glue the black paper circle to the convex side of the sequin. 

TD-4 craft step 13

Step 13: Glue the sequin to the gray circle, then glue the eye to the center of the black rounded square. Let all glue dry.

TD-4 craft step 14

Step 14: Glue the two yellow rectangles on the bottom half of the orange body.

Step 15: Glue the head pieces together.

TD-4 craft step 16

Step 16: Spread a thin layer of school glue on the top and bottom orange strips of the body. Sprinkle orange glitter on top and let dry completely.

Tip: Use a dry paint brush to remove any stubborn glitter pieces from the rest of TD-4.

Step 17: Cut out a thin strip of the turquoise craft foam about the same size as the top of the handle. Glue it on the center of the handle.

TD-4 craft step 18

Step 18: Cut a very small rectangle of the turquoise craft foam no taller than the orange strip you cut previously. Glue it to the top right of TD-4’s body.

Step 19: Once all glue is dry, flip the droid to the back side. Glue a magnet to the back and let dry.

TD-4 craft

Your TD-4 is complete! 

Paula K

I grew up in Western Massachusetts. When I was nine my family went to Disneyland and I was hooked. I grew up, attended New England College in Henniker, NH, and eventually moved to Virginia. I worked as a disc jockey, married, and became a full time mom when our daughter was born. Fast forward several years. In 2010, we moved to Central Florida and my Disney obsession grew. I now work as a freelance writer and spend my spare time in the Parks. Under the name Paula Brown, I penned the novels 'Dream Wanderers' and 'The Coffee Cruiser'. I also am a co-author of 'Dining at Walt Disney World: The Definitive Guide'. I'm obsessed with Star Wars, so this is a good time to live in Central Florida.

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