Pokemon is still all the rage! Why not try making some fun Poke themed crafts?
I’m no stranger to world of Pokemon. Four years ago I designed a trader card birthday invitation for my son, Christian.
I even made a battle arena cake, just the way he drew it for me.
Now with Pokemon GO! Taking over the world, my son has dug out all his old gear (thank goodness I held on to it!) and Pokemon mania has taken over our house again. Since it is summer vacation, I decided to look up some Pokemon themed craft projects that we can make, to encourage all my kids to be creative and take a little break from their devices.
Turn real eggs into…Pokemon themed eggs! Lots of fun ideas like this one at Geek Crafts.
Love to paper craft? Check out THIS list of amazing Pokemon paper crafts to make.
Miniature felted Pikachu. The cuteness overload on this one is killing me. I want it!
Jewelry makers, this one’s for you. Check out the entire gallery of wire and bead characters featured HERE.
Got Perler beads? Click HERE for lots of inspiration. You could always print out one of the photos to use as a guide as you make your own Pokemon art.
This project is perfect for kids and the not-so-crafty: simply printout the color image, cut along the lines, fold, and glue. Click HERE to download and print the template.
Oh. My. Word. This tiny bottle art from Monokuro store is so clever and cute! I couldn’t find a tutorial for this specific project, but I have made my own tiny resin encased vial art, so you could adapt my tutorial to make something like the project shown in the image. Click HERE for the bottle tutorial.
This is a great way to repurpose plastic containers! Turn them into adorable Pikachus! See more ideas HERE.
Pokemon pet rocks!! Adorable! Get the tutorial HERE.
Scrapbookers can get great tips on how to save your Poke memories. There are also some great shopping links in THIS post.
This Bulbasaur hooded scarf is super soft and looks awesome. The tutorial includes a no-sew option as well.
Can’t get enough craft ideas? Follow my Pokemon Go! Pinterest board for lots of new ideas. I’ll be adding to the board all summer long. Have fun crafting and creating!