These Pokémon party bags are such a simple craft when you use our free templates. Pokemon fans of all ages will love to help prepare for a party or playdate!
Pokemon Party Bags
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are having such a fantastic time coming up with Pokemon party ideas, we might have to throw a couple of parties…We’re definitely showcasing our Pokemon cupcakes at the party, and for a snack we’re definitely digging into a fun Pokeball fruit tray. But for the little favors I plan to make? Well, I needed a bag.
That’s when inspiration struck.
I needed to make these ridiculously fun Pokemon party bags. Are you ready for yours? Let’s get started.
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Tips to Make this Pokemon Printable
- Grab your printable template here!
- Feel free to be creative and make more than just Evee and Pikachu. Pop those eyes on a blue bag and make a Squirtle or a red bag for Charmander!
- If you want to send your little trainers home with some super-cool favors, you could let each of them make their own Pokemon puppets as a party activity!
How Do I Make these Pokemon Party Bags?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you have any questions, please ask them in the comments section below.
- Craft glue
- Colored craft papers
- Paper bag
- Sharpie (different colors including black)
- Printable Pattern
- Start by making the paper bags. Use 8 inches x 5 inches paper and trace the Pikachu patterns, using the template, onto the craft paper for the bag.
- Cut out the patterns.
- Use a black sharpie to color the tips of the ear cutouts and also to fill the eyes for Pikachu, repeating for any other character you're making.
- Attach the 2 ear cut-outs on the top on the inside of the bag, keeping the black pointy sides of Pikachu’s ears sticking up outside the bag as shown in the pictures.
- Attach Pikachu's eyes to the bag, below the ears, about midway down the bag. Use the black sharpie to draw Pikachu's nose and mouth. Repeat for the other bags.
- Glue the 2 red circles on both of Pikachu's cheeks. Repeat these steps for all the other bags.
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More Pokemon food ideas You Might Like
- Pokemon Cupcakes – So easy to make, your guest will be trying to catch all the Pokeball cupcakes before you can blow out the candles!
- Pokeball Fruit Tray – For a fun snack that basically anyone will find something to love about, this fruit tray is packed with variety.
- Pokeball Cheese Snack – To bring a little more to the table, this snack is packed with power to keep those kids catching all the Pokemon through the whole party!
- Pikachu Pancakes – Easy to make and such a fun surprise, these pancakes feature everyone’s favorite Pokémon.
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