Pokémon Ornaments – Pikachu Ornament & Pokeball Ornaments
Welcome back to yet another lovely GUEST POST here on Red Ted Art! Today we have a guest post by Dianne from the Ornament Shop – they have a great Ornaments DIY section, that is REALLY worth checking out. Our Christmas tree is covered in a mixtured of Homemade Ornaments, shop bought ornaments and Ornaments brought back from holidays. Easch one has a special meaning.. and every year when we get our ornaments out, the tree is filled with memories. Dianne is sharing a fabulous Pokemon Ornaments DIY… who doesn’t love Pikachu Crafts…? And of course Pokeballs are teh PERFECT Christmas Ornament shape. Wonderful. On to Dianne.
How to make a Pikachu Ornament DIY
Are you a Pokémon fan or know someone who is obsessed with Pokémon Go? Last year celebrated the 20thanniversary of this Japanese cult cartoon and the creation of 802 Pokemon species over two decades! Did you know the word Pokémon means “Pocket Monsters?”
Kids who love Pokémon trading cards and Ash Ketchum’s Pikachu, will love making their very own Pokémon ornaments that are both easy and fun. Learn how to make adorable Pokémon character ornaments in 4 easy steps. If you get inspired to do more, remember there are over 800 different species!
Create DIY Pokémon Ornaments In A Flash
Catch Pokémon fever with a DIY ornament craft project. I chose to make everyone’s favorite Pokémon character, Pikachu, and a Pokéball ornament.
Step 1: Carefully remove the cap on the ornament and pour yellow paint inside. Swirl around until completely coated. If you need to shake the ornament to get more coverage, make sure that you cover the hole with your thumb as you shake.
Step 2: Cut pointy Pikachu ears out of the felt and paint the tips with the black paint.
Step 3: Draw Pikachu’s face on with the paint marker to give him personality and let it dry. Don’t forget his pink electric cheeks!
Step 4: Glue the ears to the glass ball and let them dry.
Steps To Make A Pokéball Ornament
Step 1: Carefully remove the ornament cap and pour some white paint in the clear glass ball ornament. Slowly turn the ornament around until the white paint only covers the bottom half of the glass ball and let it dry.
Step 2: Paint the outside of the glass ball ornament with red paint from the half way mark that you can see from the white paint inside.
Step 3: Using the black paint marker, draw the circle on the front and black stripe around the middle, all the way around the circumference of the glass ball. Fill in the circles with silver glitter paint. Let it dry.
That’s it! You now have Pokémon ornaments that you created yourself. A brightly colored yellow Pikachu ornament and red and white Pokéball ornament.
Are you not a Pokémon fan but have another favorite character? Check out Julia’s Personalized Kids Characters ornaments that are perfect gifts for fans or anyone young at heart.
Aren’t they fabulous?? If you enjoyed these great Pokemon Ornaments, why not hop over to Instragam and follow Dianne yourself? Lots of wonderful Christmassy inspiration! Or visit her on Facebook!