Perler Beads

2 09 2012

In case you don’t know…

Plastic fusible beads are also known as Perler Beads, or called “melty beads” by young children. These small colorful beads can be placed on a solid plastic-backed peg array to form designs and then melted together with a clothes iron; alternatively, they can be strung into necklaces or bracelets, or woven into keychains. Fusible beads come in many colors and degrees of transparency/opacity, including varieties that glow in the dark or have internal glitter; peg boards come in various shapes and several geometric patterns.

*I* didn’t know that anyone was so serious about perler beads as to make such intricate designs. Weird.

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