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. I 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.
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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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