My kids love to play Pokemon Go, and I love that it gets us all out of the house and doing something together (see a whole list of reasons I love Pokemon Go Here). But, sometimes, I just want to stay in. Doing a Pokemon Go craft with the kids lets me avoid the heat on the crazy-hot days, and still gives in to their love of all things Pokemon! This Pokeball Tin is easy to make with the kids – and they’ll love playing with it afterwards! They can draw pictures of their favorite Pokemon to “catch” in their DIY Pokeball Tin.
To make this Pokeball Tin, you’ll need:
Round Tin (find this one at the checkout of Trader Joe’s… it is the same tin I used for my BB8 Tin)
Red, White, and Black multi-surface paints
Paint the top half red.
Paint the bottom half of the pokeball white.
Paint the black stripe.
Paint a black circle in the center.
Now you can go hunt some Pidgey, Ratta, and Evey!
Want another Pokemon Go craft? Check out these:
Be sure to check out how Jessica made her Pokemon Bath bombs.
And how Angie made these fun Pokemon party lanterns.