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3D Diamond Perler Bead Pattern / Bead Sprite

3D Diamond Perler Bead Pattern / Bead Sprite

Gift box perler beads by Johanna Asseraf

Gift box perler beads by Johanna Asseraf

Wouldn't these be cute in a garden with grandkids names on them. by lottie

Wouldn't these be cute in a garden with grandkids names on them. by lottie

Ain't nobody got time for that / iFunny :) I've been meaning to figure out how to do this

Ain't nobody got time for that / iFunny :) I've been meaning to figure out how to do this

Suncatcher by melting pony beads! 1. Arrange beads in non-stick pan. 2. Put in 400 degree oven for 20 minutes (I checked every five to be safe). 3. Once removed from oven, allow to cool in pan. 4. Pop out of pan and enjoy your creation! You can also make smaller ones by using a cupcake pan and if you'd like to have a built-in hole for a string, place a metal or ceramic bead on it's side among the pony beads. The plastic will melt around it and you will have a hole for hanging string! :)

Suncatcher by melting pony beads! 1. Arrange beads in non-stick pan. 2. Put in 400 degree oven for 20 minutes (I checked every five to be safe). 3. Once removed from oven, allow to cool in pan. 4. Pop out of pan and enjoy your creation! You can also make smaller ones by using a cupcake pan and if you'd like to have a built-in hole for a string, place a metal or ceramic bead on it's side among the pony beads. The plastic will melt around it and you will have a hole for hanging string! :)

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DIY Murphy Table

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Perler hama fused bead little birthday cakes with bows.

Perler hama fused bead little birthday cakes with bows.

I saw this little DIY on Style Me Pretty Home , and decided I had to do it with my own color pallet. It's simple and satisfying, though the smell of melting pony beads in your kitchen isn't exactly appetizing. All you need is a bag of pony beads and a giant muffin tin, I stuck with the opaque beads for this project. You fill up the pan, set the oven to 400 degrees, and "cook" them for 20 minutes. You take them out and they are all liquid but after cooling for a half hour or so, they pop…

I saw this little DIY on Style Me Pretty Home , and decided I had to do it with my own color pallet. It's simple and satisfying, though the smell of melting pony beads in your kitchen isn't exactly appetizing. All you need is a bag of pony beads and a giant muffin tin, I stuck with the opaque beads for this project. You fill up the pan, set the oven to 400 degrees, and "cook" them for 20 minutes. You take them out and they are all liquid but after cooling for a half hour or so, they pop…

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