Pokémon mania is back! Everywhere we go, kids and adults are playing Pokémon Go, either relieving their childhood dreams, or learning about the Pokémon for the first time. They say that fashion trends eventually repeat themselves and maybe it is the same with gaming trends. If you are a Pokémon enthusiast yourself, don’t miss out on these super cool DIY Pokémon crafts!
Pika pika! Pikachu is easily the cutest, most popular Pokémon! Catching him in the Pokémon Go game might be a challenge, but this origami Pikachu should keep you busy in the meantime – and you don’t even need to leave the house for it! Jump over to Red Ted Art for the tutorial!
Every Pokémon trainer must have their own set of Pokéballs! These styrofoam Pokéballs can be made in a matter of minutes, but will keep your kids entertained for hours! They totally look like the real deal, so head over to And Next Comes L to see how you can make them happen!
Pokémon Storage Bag
You have the cards and the balls and the Pokémon figures. You’ve caught them all! Now what? Where do you keep all this treasure? Six Dollar Family has the answer! Make this one-of-a-kind Pokémon storage bag and never lose any of your precious items!
Pokéfy your house by making this supersized Pokéball pillow that will blow everyone away! Your fellow Pokémon enthusiasts might just want to battle you for it! Gear up, then follow the instructions at Choly Knight for this amazing pillow!
If you’ve always envied Ash his loyal companion Pikachu, this project by 53 Stitches will make you really happy. It’s a crochet Pikachu that practically looks like the real deal – rosy cheeks and all! Every true Pokémon lover needs one!
Here’s another Pikachu craft, because let’s face it, he’s one of the main reasons we fell in love with Pokémon! This project by Kids Craft Room is super simple and offers a great opportunity to include your kids! If they’re not a Pokémon fan yet, it’s about time they become one!
Prepare for the winter ahead and surprise your kids with the coolest scarf under the sun. (Then secretly steal it away from them). You don’t want to miss this crochet pattern we found at Hooker Crochet that will help you bring the “Pokéscarf” to life!
Imagine if you had coasters that actually looked like fun. Now you can! Midwestern Moms brings you the tutorial for these epic Pokéball coasters that you will never get tired of! Pokéball coasters, we choose you!
Pokémon Drawstring Bag
Another great idea for a drawstring bag! You can use it to store all of your Pokémon items you’ve so loyally collected over the years, or it can serve for a different purpose while still letting everybody know about your Pokémon love. Find the how-to at Simplistically Living.
Pokéball Sun Catcher
We’re ending this roundup with a Pokéball, because it really is the most iconic and recognizable part of the Pokémon franchise. Here’s a fun tutorial, brought to you by And Next Comes L, for a Pokéball sun catcher made out of tissue paper! About those sun rays … it will catch ‘em all!
Hopefully this roundup has inspired you enough to take a short break from playing Pokémon Go and make some epic Pokémon crafts!
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