Luna The Owl Perler Pattern

luna the owl perler pattern

 I love owls and decided to share a design I created using Perler beads. I find Perler beads also known as fuse beads to be a fun, inexpensive and relaxing craft activity which is great not only for Kids but also Adults.  The finished projects make great gifts for Family and Friends. They also make great items to sell at bazaars and craft fairs.

This is Luna. Yes I decided to name her. LOL. I think she came out extremely cute and decided to design a whole series of patterns around her . I will be making numerous designs using Luna the Owl for Back To School, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and more. I have added CRAFTS to the menu at the top of this website.

You can find Perler beads and supplies on Amazon , at Michael’s Craft Stores, and also at Walmart. I usually buy the big buckets of beads so I can make alot of different projects. I get my supplies free on Amazon using the free gift cards I earned from Swagbucks, or I will use a 40% Off Coupon at Michael’s when they have them in their flyers.

 

Supplies Needed

Perler Large Clear Square Pegboard

Perler Beads Ironing paper

Perler beads

Two small black buttons

Double sided tape or mounting tape

Iron

Small scissors

 

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Place the perler beads on the large square Perler board as shown.

Cover the design with a piece of Perler ironing paper

Go over the design with the hot iron. Pay special attention to the corners and small areas such as the ears and feet to make sure the beads fuse together. Do not press hard when you iron.

Leave ironing paper on and let design cool. Slowly peel back the ironing paper to make sure that all beads are fused together. If  they are not, just go over the design again with the iron. Once cool flip design over, put the ironing paper down and  iron the other side.

 

For Eyes:

Cut circles out of the double sided tape or mounting tape. You will use the tape to attach the eyes.  Peel back the top adhesive of the tape and attach to back of button. Place in center of eyes. Press into place

 

You can make this into a magnet or ornament, attach to a gift, or use a stained glass hanger to hang in your window

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