Pokémon! We all have had our share of that favourite anime since childhood, but some of us still can’t get enough. The franchise has also translated into a trading card game, and you might be wondering if you could put together your cards. Well, you can! There are several apps and online services that allow you to create your Pokemon cards. You can use our imagination and come up with new and weirdly entertaining characters for your card game. So I compiled a list of the best ones for you. These are the 5 best Pokemon card makers available on the internet right now.
Top 5 Pokemon Card Makers
Pokecard is one of the straightforward online Pokemon card makers out there. It gives you a form to fill out by your card, and it shows you a preview on the right-hand side corner. You enter the name of your Pokémon, enter its type, specify a high power (HP), select its stage among basic, stage 1 and stage 2, and more.
You can’t see the things change in the preview live, as you enter the info on the form. The changes will be visible once you hit the ‘Generate” button. If you like what you’ve made and how it came out, then you can click on ‘Save’ button. It will then prompt you to log in to save your cards.
The best part about this website is that it doesn’t add any watermarks to your card and mess it up. It leaves it looking clean, for free! SO try this one out, it’s excellent. Go through below mentioned video tutorial on how to use Pokecard to create Pokemon cards for free:
Pokémon Card Maker 2
This is from GitHub repository, so you’ll have some nice features to see. Pokémon Card Maker 2 gives you an option to select the Pokémon type for each stage, select the image dimensions, add the predecessor name if it is an evolution card, disable evolution if you want to, specify the number of power-ups and a lot more.
All the changes that you do on the right are updated live on the preview shown on the left-hand side. There’s just one thing to note here. You cannot upload the images from your native storage. You’ll have to provide the URLs of the images available online.
That won’t be an issue I assume because there isn’t any shortage of high-resolution Pokémon images on the Internet!
This creator tool allows you even to rotate your image and set X, Y scales to it. It is one of the advanced tool kits out there regarding Pokemon card makers.
This card maker is one of the most feature-rich ones out there on the web. But beware, Pokemoncardmaker is crowded with ads. As long as the interface cleanliness does not bother you, you’ll be just fine with this one.
You need to click on the card to edit the type of card. You can download the preset skins for it as well. Note that you will have to enable flash player on your browser to access the card creator and editor. This is also a live editor, meaning that it will show you the changes in the final result, as you do it on the editor side.
You can even edit the symbol on your card, or add your symbol with custom colour and required text. Once you’re done with editing, just click on the save button to convert it into a jpg format file.
You can download it onto your computer or print it using the embedded button on the creation tool itself. The cartoon buttons and the smooth interface make it a fun toolkit to use, just don’t mind the ads too much.
This is another clean Pokémon card maker online. Mypokecard doesn’t have too far obtrusive as and does not require you to enable a flash player to load up the editor. The editor updates live, as you do changes on the details.
That details form on the right gives you options to upload an image from your local store directly. You can select the series from the drop-down menu, like 1st generation, HeartGold and SoulSilver, Diamond and Pearl, Black and white and a couple more of them. You can set the evolution stages and the hit points as well.
Once you’re done working on your Pokémon card, you can click on ‘Publish my card’ button down below. And you’re good to go.
This is a website of the iOS app called by the name Pokémon card app. But you need not have an iOS device to download this app on; you can do it online. The editor is very clean and straightforward. You enter the Pokémon name and other details. You can also upload an image from your system to the card you’re making.
It doesn’t seem to be a live updatable editor, so the card you see will only update after you complete the captcha down below and hit the Make My Pokémon button. The preview is the image itself, which you can save to your system by simply right-clicking on it and select ‘’Save image as’’ option.
You can see what other people have been doing on this editor. You can log in with your Facebook account and like other people’s work. One can save them too, just don’t upload them under your name, as your IP address isn’t something that they cannot track. Have fun with your Pokemon card makers & share them with your friends.