If you’ve got a Pokémon loving kid at home then you’ve got to check out our easy DIY Pickachu Valentine’s Day Box. It’s something any craft parent can make in just a few hours and may even have most of the materials at home. You can download a FREE Pokéball and I’ve also linked the site I used to create the Pokémon-themed name tag.
This DIY Pickachu Valentine’s Day Box is so adorable and easy to make. Even if you’re scrambling around last minute and don’t have all the supplies. It’s nothing a quick Walmart or Michaels run can’t fix. Check out everything you need to know to make your own DIY Pickachu Valentine’s Day Box down below including a FREE pokéball download and links to make a Pokémon-themed nameplate for the front of the box! Have fun and Happy Valentine’s Day!
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- Shoebox, Photo box, or small Amazon box (who doesn’t have these lying around) ( I used a photo box from Michaels so the lid could be removed and we can save it)
- Craft paper, Construction paper, or Scrapbook paper in approximately 6-7 yellow,1 black, 1 red, 1 brown, & 1 white ( I used scrapbook paper from Michaels)
- Heart stickers (Dollar Tree or Michaels)
- Hot glue gun
- Box cutters/utility knife
- 5 Yellow straws
- Pokeball Digital Download (FREE below)
- Web Access (to create a name with Pokémon-inspired letters)
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DIY Pickachu Valentine’s Day BoxDirections:
- Cut a rectangle opening at the top of the box where goodies will be put in. A box cutter will work best for this.
- Line up your box on yellow paper to cut out pieces that will cover the front, back, and sides of the box. Hot glue the paper onto the box. If you have a two-piece box, cover them separately so the lid can be removed to retrieve Valentine’s goodies.
- Next, draw all the add-on pieces onto paper. You’ll need a tail, ears, hands, eyes, nose, mouth, back stripes, and cheeks.
- Add heart stickers to the cheeks, mouth, and ears. Then begin to glue these pieces on the box. Use straws to help support the ears.
- Download and print this FREE Pokéball and cut it into a heart. Visit this site to create your child’s name in the Pokémon themes font. You can save the image, download, print, and glue it to the bottom of the pokéball.
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Hi! I’m Meagan I just turned 40! I’ve been married for 14 years. I’m a proud boy mom, happily navigating my way through the little boy years. I met my husband over 20 years ago in high school; we got married 10 years later after graduating from the University of South Florida. I currently help run a family business with my parents while blogging about my life and love of DIY projects!
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