Perler Beads Jewelry Tutorial

Oh my goodness! We are the eighteen25 girls and we are so excited to be here today. We fell in love with Mique from the time we found out how to pronounce her name! (we are big time Disney addicts) Over the last year we’ve had the opportunity to get to know her and we can honestly say, she is as awesome as her name is!!
Perler Beads Jewelry Tutorial from eighteen 25 girls for Funner in the Summer
One of the things we enjoy most during the summer is having Craft Days with the kids. They are loud and messy get-togethers, but they end up being some of our favorite summer activities. Last weeks Craft Day included perler beads!! Hello fun…
we ended up making the cutest jewelry! we were so happy with the way everything turned out!
Here’s what you’ll need to make your own:
• perler beads
• perler bead pegboard – usually comes with the beads
• perler bead iron paper – usually comes with the beads as well – or substitute parchment paper
• an iron
• E6000 glue
• jewelry pieces – for the necklace: ball chain & oval bail plate – for the earrings: flat post w/ clutch – for the ring: adjustable ring with pad – these pieces can be found in the jewelry section at most craft stores
Steps:
• use the pegboard and make your design(s)
• follow the perler bead directions when ironing
• use the E6000 and glue your designs to your jewelry pieces
So easy and slightly addicting!!
Of course you don’t have to make your perler bead creations into jewelry. There are 100′s of free patterns out there, just google it. We ended up using these as patterns: Monsters INC Mike, Superman, mustache, Jasmine, owl, penguin, dino.
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Thanks so much for having us Mique! We’d love for everyone to come visit us at eighteen25…  here are some of our projects you may enjoy.
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Hi- I'm Mique (as in Mickey). I started 30days as an idea file a few years ago. After three years and hundreds of ideas, I now realize that I'll never check them all off my list. When I'm not creating, I love spending time with family and friends and long drives, especially if they end at the beach.
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