Pokeballs by Crayle specializes in Pokeball dioramas, but that’s not all!
See the gallery here, either for fun, or to get inspiration on what to order. Ordering instructions are at the bottom of the article.
Standard Pokeballs and 5.5 inches in diameter, include a clear display stand in the price, and start at $65.
Medium Pokeballs are 4.7 inches in diameter, include a clear display stand, and usually have slightly simpler environments. They start at $50.
Double Pokeballs have two Pokemon figures in them. They go in the 5.5 inch size, and include a clear display stand. Some great settings for two Pokemon playing together include: Tea parties, Picnics, D&D games, sports (like volleyball), and putting two legendaries from the same generation together. They start at $75.
Giant Pokeballs have three or more Pokemon figures in them (up to 9) and are 7.5 inches in diameter. They include a clear display stand. Some examples of giant Pokeballs I’ve made are: Pikachu in all 5 seasons, all 9 Eeveelutions having a picnic, someone’s dream-tream of 6 Pokemon playing together, all three Alolan starters playing on the beach, etc. They start at $99.
Poke-Mugs fit somewhat discretely on a desk or kitchen counter. They’re also excellent gifts for tea and coffee-lovers. They start at $25.
Cloche domes stand between 4 and 6 inches tall, and are a great way to really highlight one pokemon with scenes like tall greenery or flowers, floating effects, and more. They start at $25.
Love plants, but don’t have the room or skills to care for them? Get a Poke-planter! They stand between 4 and 7 inches tall, are about as big around as a can of soda. They start at $25.
Glass terrariums make a great look for Pokemon with plants that wouldn’t necessarily look as nice in a planter, like succulents. They also work for fishbowls!
Magnet boxes are dioramas in flat circles with magnets on the back, perfect for decorating lockers, refrigerators, white boards, and anything else magnetic. They start at $25.
Stackable Organizer Trays
Stackable organizer trays are a little over 6 inches long, with lids. They have one compartment in the middle that is a diorama, and the other two are available for small items like bobby pins and hair ties, paper clips and thumbtacks, or anything else that you might store on a dresser or desk.
Cat or Dog Treat Bowls
You know how some Pokemon are shaped like dogs or cats? We love that! So we leaned into it by putting some of them in kitty and doggy treat bowls. They start at $25
You know what makes an adorable beach scene? A little sand pail. They start at $35, and they’re a little larger than a soda can.
Fairy Light Items
Fairy lights and LED candles can go in all kinds of items like cloches, lanterns, faux lightbulbs, Mason jars, and much more! They usually range from $25 to $50.
Want a neat place to put your tiny candles? We’ve got you covered. Upside down wine glasses with Pokemon dioramas inside.
Much, much more!
I have made all kinds of items. Pictures are: A straw cup, a Mason jar, a tiny paint can, a trinkety dish/ring tray, a fruit crate, and a popcorn container.
If you have an idea, use the form below to talk about ordering something custom and completely unique!
How do I place an order with Pokeballs by Crayle?
To see pre-made items or order a “choose-a-scene” item, visit the Pokeballs by Crayle storefront.
To order a fully customized item, message me through the website, or either of these social media sites.
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