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Pokemon Evolution DIY Kaleidoscope Paper Toy

Pokemon Evolution DIY Kaleidoscope Paper Toy
My kids and I have really been enjoying making Pokemon DIYs recently and we rather love our DIY Paper Toys too. Bring the two together and you get these fantastic never ending Pokemon Evolution DIY kaleidoscope or kaleidocycles – basically, watch your favourite characters, Bulbasaur, Eevee, Charmander and Squirtle, as they evolve….. Pokemon Evolution DIY – Materials a printerpaperscissorsglue stickpens if you are colouring! Download your Pokemon of choice – remember you can get it “ready coloured” or to colour it in yourself (I highly recommend the Pokemon coloring pages, much more fun and satisfying!). —-> BULBASAUR Kaleidocycle Black & White <—- —-> BULBASAUR Kaleidocycle in Colour <—- —-> CHARMANDER Kaleidocycle Black & White <—- —-> CHARMANDER Kaleidocycle Colour <—- —-> For Eevee and Squirtle head over to the lovely Hattifant! Pokemon Evolution DIY – How To This is how to assemble your Kaleidocycle. What do you think? Check out many more FABLOUS Pokemon DIY Craft Ideas: Related:  Random

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