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Pokemon Valentine’s Day Party

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Host a Pokemon Valentine’s Day Party with these fun ideas and free printables.

Is your child a Pokemon fan? Show them how much you love them with this Pokemon Valentine’s Day Party. It is fun and easy to put together with these free party printables that come in a heart-shaped Poké Ball. Hand out these Pokemon Valentine’s Day Cards at the party or school.

My kids loved the party and my husband loved the Tool Bouquet that made for him.

Pokemon Valentine’s Day Party

I started planning this party by creating the Pokemon party printables. I took a Poké Ball and cut it into a heart shape.

I picked out foods that my kids like and that go along with the Pokémon theme. See how to make the Pokemon Brownie Hearts at the bottom of this post. Your pretty little pocket monster fan might also like to have a Pink Pokemon Birthday Party.

I created heart window sandwiches and a Pokemon fruit tray. After I took these photos, I realized that we placed the fruit in the wrong spots in the dip tray. The black line was supposed to go between the banana and strawberries. Partygoers will also enjoy Strawberry M&M Caramel Bark.

Our little party also included Pikachu juice boxes and melon.

The Pokemon party decorations include a variety of hearts. There is a large Poké Heart that I used to decorate the front of the brownie heart display. Medium-sized Poké Ball Hearts are strung with pink hearts to form a Valentine garland. Play Pokemon Bingo at this party.

Mini Poké Hearts are attached to toothpicks to form food picks. These also make cute cupcake toppers. The mini hearts were also added to the Pikachu Juice Box printables. Those adorable Pikachu banners make me smile!

 Pokémon Valentine's Day Party with Heart Party Decorations - Host a Pokemon Valentine's Day Party for your child using these free party printables. These Pokémon Valentines party decorations can be printed at home. Perfect for kids who love Pokemon. Check out my other Pokémon free printables. #Pokemon #Pikachu #ValentinesDay #Party #FreeDownload

The large Poké Ball Heart can be found here. The medium Poké Ball Hearts can be found here. The mini Poké Ball Hearts are found here. Grab the Pikachu Juice Box printables and add a heart. Combine these printables with more of my Pokemon Free Printables for an extra special celebration.

Happy Valentine’s Day! Please come back and let me know how your Pokemon Valentine’s Day Party turns out.

Pokemon Heart Brownies on a Stick

Here are the ingredients you need to make Heart Brownies on a Stick.

Bake brownies according to the directions on the package. Let them cool in the pan completely before cutting them.

Use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out brownie hearts. I used a metal cutter and slowly pulled it up out of the pan.

The brownie stuck to the inside of the cutter and I gently removed it. Dip the bottom part of the brownie in melted white candy.

Stick a lollipop stick into the bottom of the heart right away before the white dries. I tried using a paper straw, but it didn’t work. Let the white dry on a liner or wax paper.

Dip the top half of the brownie into the melted red candy, making sure to leave a little gap of exposed brownie to represent the black strip around the Pokéball Brownie Hearts on a Stickball. Let the red dry.

Place a small amount of red and white melted candy on the back of one large eye. Carefully place that in the middle of the black strip to represent the trigger release button.

Pokémon Brownie Hearts on a Stick

Pokémon Brownie Hearts on a Stick

Create these fun heart shaped Pokemon balls on a stick.

Ingredients

  • Brownie mix and ingredients
  • red candy melts
  • white candy melts
  • lollipop sticks

Instructions

  1. Bake brownies according to the directions on the package. Let them cool in the pan completely before cutting them.
  2. Using a metal heart shaped cookie cutter to cut out brownie hearts.
  3. Melt the red and white candy melts in separate containers.
  4. Dip the bottom part of the brownie in melted white candy.
  5. Stick a lollipop stick into the bottom of the heart right away before the white dries.
  6. Let the white dry on a liner or wax paper.
  7. Dip the top half of the brownie into the melted red candy, making sure to leave a little gap of exposed brownie to represent the black strip around a Pokéball.
  8. Let the red dry.
  9. Place a small amount of red and white melted candy on the back of one large eye. Carefully place that in the middle of the black strip to represent the trigger release button.

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Anna of Stuffedveggies

Friday 12th of January 2018

What a great collection of ideas! My daughter LOVES Pokemon! : )

Diana Rambles

Friday 12th of January 2018

Thanks, Anna!

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