Free Perler Bead Patterns for Kids!

My girls and I love to craft while the boys are gone and we decided to have a "Cupcakes and Craft" night together! I posted this on Instagram and I received lots of questions and emails asking where I get my perler bead patterns.

Here's the secret.
I download them for free!

You can search "perler bead patterns" and find a bazillion free patterns with just about any theme. Today I thought it would be fun to share our family favorites with you in one easy place to find with the links!



Belle
Cinderella
Snow White
Rapunzel
Elsa
Anna
Mulan
Sleeping Beauty
Tiana
Jasmine
Merida
Ariel
Pocahontas



Batman
Superman
Spiderman
Perry
Angry Bird
Angry Bird (Pig)
Captain America
Iron Man
Hulk
Flash
TMNT




Hello Kitty
Minecraft (Steve)
Barbie
Mario
My Little Pony
Minion
Mickey Mouse
Minnie Mouse

CRAFT TIP: Use perler bead patterns to do cross-stitching and cross-stitch patterns to do perler beading!

Don't know what perler beads are?!



They are those tiny plastic circles that you iron and melt together to make fun designs. Find them here, too --> click here.


Don't miss this Halloween version that was just added, too!




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6 comments:

  1. Thank you!! My girls will love this!! Dumb question tho...do you just copy them on a square pattern?

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  2. Awesome patterns! My kids will be in heaven! Pinned!

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  3. *From Julie's doll mom:*

    I'm a teacher, and at my school we call those fuse beads (b/c they fuse together, I think it's on the jug). We have the various shapes that you can put the beads on. What I don't get is how you use these patterns if they don't have the micro pegs you put the beads on. Can someone explain this?

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  4. Julie
    My kids use these perler boards from Amazon...
    http://amzn.to/1oEgomH
    ...they're fantastic!

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  5. Love! My kids have pyssla beads from Ikea but they are the same concept. Thanks for the great ideas

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  6. I think these would transition well to simple crossstitch patterns too! Great find and share!

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