Pikachu Paper Crafts : a Pikachu Jumping Jack! Remember Jumping Jacks? I used to make them as a kid. Now I designed a Pikachu version – a refreshed Pokemon crafts idea for kids, but also a paper toy once it is finished. Perfect for all Pikachu fans, including those who feel ‘too old’ to do crafts..😊
// What’s included in the ‘Pikachu Paper Crafts Jumping Jack template’?
Essentially it is a printable document (a PDF file) with a Jumping Jack Pikachu that you can print and make yourself.
Printable template for a Pikachu Jumping Jack
// Details of ‘Pikachu Paper Crafts Jumping Jack‘
A4 and Letter sized document
High-resolution PDF file, so easy to print
Instant download, so print, cut & play!
// Use of ‘Pikachu Jumping Jack‘
Creative quiet time
Pokémon themed party
Getting your tween into doing crafts again ; )
You can find other Pokemon crafts on the web, right? So why buy one here?
Easy to download from trusted website (no malware, no spyware, etc)
Inspected and approved by local expert (my 9-yo Pokémon obsessed boy)
Support a mom (the illustrator) ; )
Easy to print PDF (no funny file formats) – perfect for home printing!
Immediate access: instant download, so print & play!
Endless supply: print as many as you need
Make your own Pikachu paper toy
1. Open the PDF file that contains the Pikachu Paper Crafts Jumping Jack template, using Adobe Reader (free at www.adobe.com).
2. Print the file. Use heavy paper (more than 200 g/m2) or card stock for best results
3. Follow the instructions
// What you’ll need
You’ll need a pair of scissors, paper fasteners (brass fasteners, split pins) and a piece of string (embroidery thread, cotton, yarn).
A bit of tape is optional but desirable (to prevent tearing). Also, a blunt needle comes in handy. I used an embroidery needle (a chunky one that kids use).
Download and print a Pikachu Jumping Jack template.
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