Wanted: Crave's most dedicated Star Wars fan

Think you're the most dedicated Star Wars fan in the world? Show us why, and earn a chance to win an autographed copy of Bonnie Burton's "The Star Wars Craft Book."

Some people craft Admiral Sackbar hand puppets to demonstrate their Star Wars devotion. What about you? Seth Rosenblatt/CNET

Over the past several weeks, we've had a blast creating our own little Star Wars universe with some fun crafts from Bonnie Burton's "The Star Wars Craft Book." From Admiral Sackbars to Chewbacca tissue boxes, we couldn't think of a more delightful way to show our love for the series.

However, we also know there's an entire galaxy of you out there who are just as or even more devoted to the Star Wars franchise and show your appreciation in other ways, and we want to hear from you.

To cap off our DIY Weekend series of intergalactic crafts, we're on the hunt for the most dedicated Star Wars fan. You may not be into art projects, but you might have an epic toy collection or a Star Wars-themed room in your house. Whatever it may be, we want to see it.

We're taking submissions starting today till Wednesday, March 14, at noon PT. After we've received all entries, we'll feature some of our favorites in a gallery, and the winner of our contest will receive an autographed copy of "The Star Wars Craft Book" from Bonnie Burton herself.

If you'd like to enter, just send a photo demonstrating your Star Wars loyalty to crave@cnet.com. Please put "Star Wars fan" in the subject line and include your name (first name and first initial of your last name), location, and a short explanation about why you think you're the most dedicated fan.

We look forward to your submissions and as always, may the Force be with you!

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