Kandies World - Irish St Patrick's DIY Assorted Beads Kit, Custom St Patrick's Beads, 7 Fuse Beads Colors (Melty Beads) For Bracelets And Perlers | 7020/Beads - 1mm White Elastic
At Kandies World, we have the best custom beads and fuse beads for your DIY craft projects. Free your creative flow! With this Irish pack of beads, you can make anything your heart desires. All you have to do is design your creation on a pegboard and melt your perler beads using a household iron and wax paper. The finished creation will be solid. Note: it can also be a little flexible when freshly melted so that you can apply to a specific rounded surface. These beads melt very well and are compatible with the Perler brand. Our goal is to help art & crafts artists express themselves in a unique way while creating jewelry, accessories and all crafting projects. We offer a variety of colorful beads and crafting accessories for all artists, the only limit to what you can create with us is your imagination!
What you can expect from Kandies World Beads :
Quality & Melting
Our custom beads and fuse beads are made with materials of the highest quality that ensures a smooth melt and durability.
Each pack contains 20 custom beads and 7000 fuse beads.
These custom beads and fuse beads are available in different colors individually packed as well a variety pack, providing an infinite number of fun options.
When Quality Meets Fun
Easy to use and with a wide assortment of arts and crafts projects. Be sure to check out some our best speciality beads and elastic thread to complete your project & make it extra fun!
- Neon Green Fuse Beads (1000/Beads)
- Green Fuse Beads (1000/Beads)
- Seofoam Fuse Beads (1000/Beads)
- Bryant Gold Fuse Beads (1000/Beads)
- Orange Fuse Beads (1000/Beads)
- White Fuse Beads (1000/Beads)
- Black Fuse Beads (1000/Beads)
- Four Leaf Clover (5/Beads)
- Pot Of Gold (5/Beads)
- Irish Leprechaun (5/Beads)
- Irish Leprechaun Hats (5/Beads)
- 1mm White Elastic
Pony Beads Size
- Dimension: 5mm x 5mm
- Size hole: 3mm
- Perler Brand Compatible
- Easy to use
- Durable material
- Suitable for DIY craft
WARNING: Small accessories, not suitable for children under 4 years old. Adult surveillance required.
What are perler and fuse beads?
Fuse beads, also known as perlers when fused together beads are fusible plastic beads. Normally set in designs on plastic pegboards and melted together with a clothes iron, they can also be strung together to make necklaces, twisted into keychains, or assembled into three-dimensional decoration ideas.
How to iron perler beads?
To start, you will need parchment paper to protect your iron. It's very important to protect the Perler beads with ironing paper at all times. Either parchment paper or wax paper will work.
Then, pick a flat surface to put beads on a pegboard. When you're satisfied with the pattern, preheat a dry household iron to medium or high heat. If you use water in your iron, the steam will destroy the beads. So don't use water in the process!
When the iron is heated put your ironing paper on your fuse beads. Then take the iron and shift it in a circular motion for about 30 seconds while pushing the beads softly.
After you're finished with one hand, place some heavy books on top of the ironing paper to smooth it out. When heated beads are not under strain, they can begin to warp. Wait about a minute. If the beads have cooled, slowly peel away the ironing layer. Take the fused beads carefully from the pegboard and turn them over. Cover the other side with ironing paper and uniformly iron it.
Before starting a bigger piece, we suggest you to try with little samples to get used to it.
How long to iron perler beads?
It depends on the size of your perler bead art. In general 30 second is enough.
How to melt Perler beads without an iron?
Using a hot pan to melt perler beads is the most similar method to using an iron. You will need to keep your stove on medium heat to use this process. This is because when you use the hot pan as iron, it will inevitably lose heat and you will have to put it back on the stove to heat up again.
However, we don’t recommend using this technique because it has more chances to mess your perler bead patterns.