As this Pokemon Go craze is slowing down, our love for creating the adorable little creatures and everything to do with them has not! We’ve tried a few Poke-crafts over the last month or so and here is a our round up of our faves! Let us know if you try any won’t you!
Lets start with something simple. This sweet baby Snorlax can be created using a few squares of felt, some stuffing and a blanket stitch! Find out more over on B4A Studios Blog now!
Time for a new bookmark! And these are fab! Create these super simple but awesome Pokemon bookmarks by following Red Ted Art’s video.
Do let us know if this is your original image, we found it on Pinterest, but its just beautiful! A bit more of a complicated craft, and time consuming. But it can be achieved by printing out an image you want to use, placing the image on some soft wood, making dents through the paper onto the wood at around 1 cm intervals, the pushing pins or hammering nails into the wood where the dents are. Then just tie string across the pins! There is no rhyme or reason here, just whatever looks good!
Lets go back to where it started and carry our Pokemon Go machines (smart phones) in an actual GameBoy! Well, no, one better, a FELT GameBoy! Isn’t this brilliant?? Follow Yuki Yao’s verison on her YouTube channel now!
Its never too early to prepare for Christmas! Have a Pokemon themed tree with these adorable baubles! Find out how to make the full set on this Imgur post today!
Why not make your own human sized Squirtle? All you need is a small human and a few basic bits and bobs! See how Gnomestic Goddess made this adorable costume through this link now!
Since Pokemon Go was released Nichole of Nichole’s Nerdy Knots has been creating these adorable tiny Pokemon and leaving them around her local parks. She’s released all the patterns for free on her website too and is encouraging everyone to join in the real life Pokemon hunt! We love it! Read all about it over on her Facebook page!
This is so sweet, and if you’re into your macrame, really simple too! If you’re not, yet, have a look at our 10 Steps to becoming a Macrame Master blog post first! Then head over to BraceletBook.com to grab their pattern for this Pokeball bracelet!
We couldn’t resist having a go at this oversized Pokeball pillow. Isn’t it wonderful? Follow Choly Knight’s pattern to make your own asap!
And last but not least how cute is this little Pikachu? Follow along with the guys from the BudgetHobby YouTube channel and make your very own sock Pikachu right now! 🙂