09 November 2008


001 / BULBASAUR - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Bulbasaur
Type: Poison/Grass
Species: Seed Pokémon
Height: 0.7 m (2' 4")
Weight: 6.9 kg (15.2 lbs)
Interesting Facts: In times of scarcity, it does not need to eat much food, since the bulb on its back can store energy from the sun. It evolves into Ivysaur starting at level 16, whom evolves into Venusaur starting at level 32.

Height: 16.0 cm/6.3 in
Width: 15.0 cm/5.9 in
Depth: 18.1 cm/7.1 in
No. of Pages: 9
Level: Hard
Designer: PMF
Photo: Skelekitty
NOTES: This one is tricky. It difficulty level is entirely based on the order in which you glue the pieces together. Start at the head, shoulders, front legs, bulb, bottom and close the model at one of the rear legs. Good luck / have fun!

Download: A4 / Letter

Bulbasaur v2


Anonymous said...

i had a problem with the bulb but i build it

Lizzie said...

This needs instructions or hints or something.. S'really difficult to work out when you don't know what pieces go where.


There should be a PDO file with the download which you can open with Pepakura Viewer. It's kinda like 3d instructions. Sadly, it only work with Windows, not Mac.

Lizzie said...

Yeah, that was my meaning. I use a mac and it gets a bit confusing with all the pieces.
Just labeling them with 'leg' or 'arm', etc, makes it easier to work out.
No offense meant of course, these are brilliant.


ah sorry about that. I gotta admit tho that some of those old models need an update. We got a lil better with time :P

dragon5297 said...

personally i like the older one better but dont get me wrong u guys are amazing at this

paperpokes 4ever

Anonymous said...

one of my favorites :)
it would be completely awesome if some of these smaller pokemon could be made to be life sized... it would bring out some detail too.

Esros Lidd said...

All I can say is I love you guys :'(

Anonymous said...

I've gotta say.. you guys are amazing. I build papercrafts all the time, and when I found this website, I was in heaven. Keep up the great work guys!

kittyme14 said...

I just joined and I don,t know how you'r supost to make one of these! I mean do you print it out and glue it together? or something....I mean how do you get the parts you need to make one?

Brandon said...

Yup, you print it out, cut out the pieces, and then glue them together. The templates can be found in the Download section in each post, and more info can be found in the FAQ.

Anonymous said...

okay I am stuck completely. is there a guide on how to put it together because I have the bulb built, mouth and face built but not put together and the 4 legs. the rest is just a jumbled up mess. PLEASE HELP!!!

Anonymous said...

I can't open a single file! D: Is there anyway to post the parts in another way? :/

~ chrys

Brandon said...

Have you read the FAQ? You should be able to open the files with Winrar.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

what if i have a mac, can i still print the tablets?

Anonymous said...

Uuhm, well, what will make this one so much harder than the V2 bulbasaur? I found the v2 'easy' pretty hard myself.

Mandi Mendis said...

I cannot believe I have now only just discovered this site and craft for Pokemon. Officially in love!

Carolyn said...

Are there instructions for this?