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Perler Bead Patterns

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Perler, Hama and Fuse Bead Patterns

Perler beads are a type of bead, which when heated (with an iron), fuse together. Children will love making their projects on a pegboard. The ideas here will help them get started. They may decide after a few projects that they would like to try their hand at creating their own designs.

This page contains a great collection of perler bead, hama bead or fuse bead patterns for you to use with your peg boards. You'll find all kinds of animals, flowers and transport perler bead patterns and more! After each link, I have specidfied the peg board needed for the project.

I created the cute penguin pattern on the left by using some special software.

Enjoy =D

perler bead butterfly patterns

perler bead butterfly patterns

Click to enlarge this butterfly pattern

Perler Bead Pattern Book

perler bead animal patterns

perler bead animal patterns

Perler Bead Animal Patterns

Lots of Animal Perler Bead Patterns

On this page you'll find all sorts of animals sorted into different categories, including pets, farm animals, wild animals, sea creatures, birds, dinosaurs, and creepy crawlies.

Perler Bead Flower Patterns

Perler Bead Flower Patterns

Flower and Tree Perler Bead Patterns

Floral Fuse Bead Patterns

Choose from pretty floral pictures for your next perler bead project.

Perler Bead Transport Patterns

Perler Bead Transport Patterns

Perler Bead Transport Patterns

Vehicle Perler Bead Projects

Choose from some cute modes of transport for your next perler bead creation - road, rail, or sea.

Perler Bead Food Patterns

perler bead food patterns

perler bead food patterns

Perler Bead Lighthouse Design

Perler Bead Building Designs

Perler Bead Building Designs

Perler Bead Heart Patterns - Suitable for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day

Perler Bead Heart Patterns

Perler Bead Heart Patterns

Thanksgiving Perler Bead Pattern

Thanksgiving Pumpkin Perler Bead Pattern

Thanksgiving Pumpkin Perler Bead Pattern

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Perler Bead Christmas Patterns

Perler Bead Christmas Patterns

Perler Bead Christmas Patterns

Click to enlarge this nativity pattern

Some of these patterns would make great Christmas decorations for kids.

Lots of great Christmas patterns: candy cane, bell, star, candle, stocking, sack of gifts, snowy scene, fireplace, angel (large squares) and holly wreath (large circle)

More Christmas patterns: Santa, candle, snowman, star, stocking, Christmas tree (small hexagon) and stocking, Christmas tree, candle, snowman, heart banner, angel, Christmas card toppers (large square) and reindeer (small square)

Safety pin Christmas patterns which can be done with perler beads - angel, ornaments, bell, candy cane, fireplace, Christmas lights, Christmas stocking, Christmas tree, elf, gingerbread man, Ho Ho Ho, and holly. (small squares)

More safety pin Christmas patterns which can be done with perler beads - Joy, baby Jesus, NOEL, peppermint candy, wrapped gift, reindeer, Santa Claus, Santa hat, star, train, and wreath. (small squares)

3 angels (small squares and small circle)

Cute angel with trumpet (2 large squares)

Candle (large square)

Reindeer portrait (small square)

Perler Bead Easter Patterns

Perler Bead Easter Patterns

Perler Bead Easter Patterns

Buy Perler Bead Pegboards for Your Projects from Amazon

Have you ever made perler bead crafts or made your own patterns?

perler bead rose pattern

perler bead rose pattern


PlantNerd on October 29, 2013:

I can't WAIT to try these out with my step-daughter! We love Perler beads but get stuck when it comes to design. Thanks for all the inspiration!

anonymous on September 13, 2013:

This is so cute

Jeanette (author) from Australia on July 21, 2013:

@anonymous: Fun, isn't it?

Jeanette (author) from Australia on July 21, 2013:

@anonymous: Good on you for making your own designs :-)

anonymous on July 20, 2013:

Me and my friend made MINIONS from despicable me, she made up the pattern, I just helped her make more :)

Cynthia Haltom from Diamondhead on May 29, 2013:

Some very nice patterns for perler crafts its been a long time since I made one, thanks for reminding me about them.

anonymous on April 29, 2013:

I've been making perler crafts for 20 years. I have made up several patterns, including yin yang, a pansy, a hot air balloon

Michey LM on February 14, 2013:

Great patterns.

Happy Valentine's Day to you and to people you love. All the Best!

anonymous on January 08, 2013:

@anonymous: on amazon

accfuller on January 06, 2013:

Great designs! Very cute ... :)

WriterJanis2 on October 30, 2012:

Such cute ideas.

Jeanette (author) from Australia on October 04, 2012:

@anonymous: I found these:

hope that helps

anonymous on October 02, 2012:

looking for a buck and doe head

anonymous on September 06, 2012:


Jeanette (author) from Australia on August 31, 2012:

@anonymous: I've added some pegboards from Amazon (above) or you could see what's available on eBay.

anonymous on August 31, 2012:

Hi, where can I get cheap peg board

JoshK47 on August 01, 2012:

These are cool - never seen them before! Thanks for sharing!

belinda342 on July 25, 2012:

I've never worked with Perler Beads, but they look like fun!

Kumar P S on July 22, 2012:

Nice Patterns ! Thanks for sharing.

anonymous on July 18, 2012:

The rose is amazing!

anonymous on May 25, 2012:

the heart was so pretty

anonymous on April 10, 2012:

I love the rose and fish! They are so cute!

anonymous on April 10, 2012:

I made all of these at my house, well, the ones I could fit onto my patterns. I love the rose one!

anonymous on April 04, 2012:

You can find the beads at michels craft store

blessedmomto7 on March 25, 2012:

Great resource! My kids love perler bead crafts. Blessed.

anonymous on February 26, 2012:


anonymous on February 04, 2012:

@anonymous: In Ikea; Name Pyssla

Jeanette (author) from Australia on December 15, 2011:

@anonymous: Hi Ana. Toy shops would probably stock these beads, or you could buy them online from Amazon or eBay (see my page above for links).

anonymous on December 15, 2011:

Where can i buy the beads to make these?

anonymous on August 19, 2011:

i use perler bead patterns because the so cool

KarenCookieJar on August 01, 2011:

I love the kitty cat!

avgsuperheroine on July 17, 2011:

my SIL does these with my boys every friday, she'd love this! Neat idea

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