It’s been a while since I’ve picked up and played a Pokemon game, but with the recent release of Pokemon Sword/Shield, I thought I would celebrate with a Pokemon crafts post!
You can’t have a Pokemon list without including Pikachu somewhere, right? BudgetHobby is a master of sock plushies, and their Pikachu sock plushie tutorial proves that!
If you want a plush, but Pikachu isn’t a fav, you can also check out White Chocolate Heart’s Alolan Vulpix sock plushie tutorial too! It’s super cute, and it’s also worth noting that the entire channel is dedicated to Pokemon plushies of all kinds, so definitely check it out!
Miss Tricks Mix also has an adorable pom pom key chain how-to for one of my all-time favorite Pocket Monsters, Jigglypuff! If you don’t have a store-bought pom pom maker to follow along with, you can make your own using Red Ted Art’s tutorial.
If you’d like a unique way of gifting something to a Pokemon enthusiast, Paper Kawaii has a great video that shows you how to make an origami Pokeball box that would work great for packaging small gifts!
For something more challenging, Ddi Boo has several options for highly detailed polymer clay Pokemon tutorials—it’s hard to choose, but I think my favorite of them is Eevee! The videos have high quality English subtitles which makes it easy to understand each step.
PolymomoTea also has a super cute mini Pokemon candy package tutorial that uses both clay and resin and features the starters from Sword/Shield! Now if only I had some soft UV resin on hand…
Comment with your favorite Pokemon below, and let us know if you try any of these projects by tagging us on social media!
Andi lives in the countryside of Georgia in a house packed with kawaii decor and vintage toys. When she’s not barricaded in her pink craft room creating something, she can be found reading, playing Animal Crossing games, or baking something to satisfy her massive sweet tooth. Andi is currently taking a mental health break, but hopes to be back in 2023.