Etsy seller of all things vintage has rode on the Pokémon Go rage and created these super cool Pokémon Garden Glass Balls. About the size of two hands of a grown man put side by side, Pokémon Garden Glass Ball takes on the form of a Pokéball, but instead of the red upper half, it has a clear upper and on the inside is where you will find a figure of a Pokémon surrounded in a terrarium environment designed specifically based on that Pokémon. Everything within the ball is permanently affixed together and onto a foam middle plate with glue and finished with a transparent half which is then secured to the lower half using regular electrical tape.

Pokémon Garden Glass Ball by TheVintageRealm

The result are stunning Pokémon-themed terrarium that are both adorable and cool. Each Pokémon Garden Glass Ball takes around three hours to make and comes with a tiny, circular base so you can display this miniature Pokémon world without it rolling away. While everything is secured with glue and will not become disarrayed when turned upside down, the Pokémon Garden Glass Ball will definitely break if subjected to impact like drops.

These cool decorative Pokéball was put on sale on Etsy, but sadly, they have since been pulled due to overwhelming demand which, according to TheVintageRealm, his one-man operation couldn’t possibly cope. However, he’s not given up making them; TheVintageRealm will continue to do so, but without the stress of orders. So, if you want to pick one, you just have to keep checking back at the store to see what this creative Etsy seller will put up.

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Pokémon Garden Glass Ball by TheVintageRealm

Pokémon Garden Glass Ball by TheVintageRealm

Pokémon Garden Glass Ball by TheVintageRealm

Pokémon Garden Glass Ball by TheVintageRealm

Pokémon Garden Glass Ball by TheVintageRealm

Pokémon Garden Glass Ball by TheVintageRealm

Images: TheVintageRealm.

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