Do you love Pokemon? Who doesn’t, right? Well, if you’re looking for a fun way to show your love for these adorable creatures, why not try making Pokemon Paper Crafts? In this blog post, we will teach you how to make Pokemon badges. These projects are perfect for kids and adults alike that love all things Pokemon, and they are a great way to show your fandom and have some fun!
List of Supplies Needed to make Pokemon Paper Crafts:
- Colored Craft Papers
- Craft Glue
- Black Sharpie
How to Make Pokemon Paper Crafts Badges for Kids
In the world of Pokemon, badges are a sign of a trainer’s strength and achievements. There are eight badges to be earned in the Kanto region, and each one requires defeating a powerful gym leader. They are BoulderBadge, CascadeBadge, ThunderBadge, RainbowBadge, SoulBadge, MarshBadge, VolcanoBadge and Earth Badge.
Each badge is earned by defeating the Gym Leader in a Pokemon battle. The first badge, BoulderBadge, is earned by defeating Brock in Pewter City. The second badge, CascadeBadge, is earned by defeating Misty in Cerulean City. The third badge, ThunderBadge, is earned by defeating Lt. Surge in Vermilion City. The fourth badge, RainbowBadge, is earned by defeating Erika in Celadon City.
The fifth badge, SoulBadge, is earned by defeating Koga in Fuchsia City. The sixth badge, MarshBadge, is earned by defeating Sabrina in Saffron City. The seventh badge, VolcanoBadge, is earned by defeating Blaine in Cinnabar Island. The eighth and final badge of the Kanto region is Earth Badge which is earned by beating Giovanni at Viridian Gym. With all 8 badges in hand, Trainers are allowed to enter the Pokemon league and test their skills against the best of the best. Those who can emerge victorious from this challenge will become victorious!
In this craft project, we will make the 8 badges. This is a simple craft that any Pokemon fan will love!
Select colored craft papers according to the shades of the Pokémon badges. Let’s start with the Boulder, Rainbow and Earth badge patterns. Trace and cut out the badge patterns from the craft papers.
Attach the top half-circular pattern on the base cutout of the Earth badge. Attach the rainbow colored cutouts on the base cutout of the Rainbow badge. Attach 2 small white strips parallel wise on the small pattern and attach the two small square cutouts on the base of the Boulder badge.
Attach the parts of each badge together to complete the patterns of the Boulder, Rainbow and Earth badge paper craft.
Trace and cut out the patterns of the Marsh and Volcano badges.
Attach the smaller cutout in the middle of the big cutout to complete the Marsh and the Volcano badges.
Trace and cut out the patterns of the Cascade, Soul and Thunder badges.
Attach the white strips on the small cutout of the Thunder pattern; attach the smaller cutouts on the big cutouts for the soul and the Cascade badges.
Attach the small patterns to complete each badge.
Use a black sharpie to trace outlines around the individual parts of each badge to give them a finished look. This will make the perfect Pokemon toy for your Pokemon lover to enjoy!
What Kind of Animal is Pikachu?
Pikachu is a small, rodent-like Pokémon with yellow fur, black markings around its eyes, and red circles on its cheeks. Pikachu is known for its electrical abilities, which it uses to shock opponents and light up dark areas. Pikachu is also capable of storing electrical energy in its cheeks, which it can discharge to attack or defend itself.
Pikachu is a popular Pokémon among both children and adults, and has appeared in many movies, television shows, and video games. Pikachu’s cheeks and eyes are two of its most distinctive features, and often serve as the focus of merchandise and artwork featuring the character. Pikachu’s eyes are large and black, with white pupils that sometimes take on a heart-shaped appearance.
The markings around Pikachu’s eyes are also black, and are said to resemble bolts of lightning. Pikachu’s red cheeks are thought to be used to store electricity, much like batteries. These cheek pouches allow Pikachu to deliver powerful shocks to opponents, as well as provide illumination in dark areas. Pikachu’s cheeks are also a popular feature on merchandise, often appearing on plush toys, keychains, and clothing items.
For many people, the original 151 Pokemon are the only true Pokemon. These were the monsters that first captured our imaginations and inspired us to become trainers. They will always hold a special place in our hearts. And what better way to commemorate these classics than with badges? These brilliant badges feature all of the original Gen 1 Pokemon, from Bulbasaur to Mewtwo. Each badge is unique, with its own art style and color scheme. Whether you’re a long-time fan or just getting into the series, these badges are a must-have for any Pokemon fan. I hope you enjoy making these badges!
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