I’m so excited for this Easter because my kids are going to be finding more than just treats when they get a hold of these Pokemon eggs the Easter bunny hides.
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we have so much fun doing the egg hunt. But what’s more fun than hunting eggs is hunting Pokemon! My girl is obsessed with Pokemon and I made these Pokeball cupcakes because of it. Then, of course, I followed up with some fun Pokemon ball cheese snacks.
The best surprise is going to be these Pokemon eggs and the kids finding them during our egg hunt. Gotta catch ’em all, right?! Let’s get started.
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Tips to Make this Pokemon Craft for Kids
- Don’t be afraid to get creative and make a Bulbasaur or a Squirtle. Let these Pokemon eggs be the inspiration for a whole set!
- Use real eggs or plastic ones so they last a lot longer–keep the fun going forever! We like using the plastic ones because they are going to be handled a lot.
How Do I Make these Pokemon Eggs?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you’re making a Pokemon crafts for kids playlist on YouTube, here is our Pokemon Easter eggs video tutorial.
- Eggs (we recommend reusable eggs)
- Colored craft papers
- Cardstock paper
- Acrylic paint
- Paint brush
- Craft glue
- Cut out a few 3/4 inch wide card stock strips (length should be enough to form a ring to place the egg properly). Form a ring with the strip and join the open ends to secure the ring shape. Make a ring for each Pokemon egg character.
- Select colored craft papers for Pikachu, Jigglypuff and Charmander. Tails and ears are easy to draw on the selected craft papers. Cut them out using scissors.
- Prepare the paper cut out patterns. Attach the yellow flame cut out on the flame part of Charmander’s tail cut out. Trace and fill triangles inside Jigglypuff’s ears using black sharpie. Use black sharpie to fill the tip of Pikachu’s ears.
- Grab an egg and apply yellow paint on the egg and let the paint dry entirely. While this one dries, paint the other eggs for the other characters (pink for Jigglypuff and orange for Charmander).
- Now, it's time to finish Pikachu. Use a pencil to draw the eyes and other features of Pikachu on the yellow painted egg.
- Now use sharpie and trace along the pencil lines.
- Grab the paper cut outs prepared for Pikachu. Glue the ears and the tail of Pikachu on the Pikachu egg. Allow the glue to dry and then place the egg on the card stock ring prepared in step one.
- Draw Charmander's eyes on paper with a pencil. Cut out his eye shapes from and then paint. Stick the prepared eyes on the egg painted for Charmander. Attach the tail. Use black sharpie to draw the other features of Charmander (nose and mouth).
- Next up, Jigglypuff! Use a pencil to trace the ears and other features of Jigglypuff onto the pink painted egg.
- Now, use sharpie and trace along the pencil lines.
- Cut out Jigglypuff's eye shapes from white craft paper and then paint it. Glue the prepared eyes onto the Jigglypuff egg.
- Painting the Pokeball is the easiest! Use a pencil to trace the Pokeball pattern on an egg.
- Apply red paint on the top half of the egg traced for Pokeball. Allow the red paint to dry completely.
- Now use black sharpie to trace the black parts of the Pokeball.
- And done!
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More Pokemon Crafts You Might Like
- Pokeball Cupcakes – This is the party treat your kids will beg you to make. I can’t believe how easily they came together.
- Pokeball Cheese Snack – For a fun after-school snack or even in their lunch box, this is the perfect little Pokemon surprise for any day.
- Pokemon Paper Puppets – If you need a craft for the kids to do, this is the perfect one to give them some Pokemon to catch!
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