Perler Bead Bowls
Hello! Do you have a stash of Perler Beads hiding out somewhere in your kid’s craft cupboard? This is a great way to use them and make something pretty cool in the process– Perler Bead Powls. Get the kiddos involved!
Supplies: Perler Beads, oven safe bowls, and Pam Cooking Spray. Perler Beads are available at my favorite craft store, Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames.
Step 1: Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
Step 2: Spray the inside of the oven safe bowl with Pam.
Step 3: Add beads and push down on them to make them stack up on the sides of the bowl.
Step 4: Pop the bowl in the oven (Grownup job). Every oven is a little different. It took my beads approximately 17-20 minutes to “get melty” a technical term J. Once the beads get melty, it’s time to take the bowls out.
Step 5: Let the Perler Bead Bowl cool off and pop it out of the oven safe bowl.
Enjoy! These bowls are like little pieces of art.
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Nicky @ Pink Recipe Box says
I’ve never seen bead bowls before – now I’ve got to give this a go! Love the colours you’ve used, too – pinning :) I’d be thrilled if you’d come on over to Pink Recipe Box and link up at Creative Wednesdays: https://pinkrecipebox.com/creative-wednesdays-with-pink-recipe-box-3/
Steph @ The Silly Pearl says
Love how these turned out, Malia! Looks fun to make too.
Thank you Steph and those Grilled Banana Boats are genius!
This is AWESOME my dear! Just AWESOME!!!!
Thank you dear friend!
so fun and pretty
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So cool! Makes me want to go out and buy some Perler beads just for this purpose!
Shannah @ Just Us Four says
These are so adorable! I’ve been searching for a new craft to do with my daughter for her upcoming Daisy meeting! This would be so perfect and give all of the kids something to take home/use. Thanks for the idea.
Thank you Shannah! If you end up making them, I’d love to see yours!
Cynthia @ A Button Tufted Life... says
Thank very much Cynthia!
Lisa Hall says
These are really cute!
Would love to try this with my Grandkids.
Thanks for the inspiration!
Thank you Lisa!
Super fun bowls!! These are so cute!!
Thanks so much Crystal!
Carrie @ My Favorite Finds says
I love these! Featuring them today from last week’s Pinworthy Projects!
Thank you Carrie!
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What a cute idea! My kids at school would love to make these!
Thank you Paula. I bet you are a great teacher!
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What a sweet idea Malia! I remember doing the same sort of thing with vinyl albums… eons ago!!
That’s awesome. We might have to try it.
priyanka chaplot says
what is pam cookin spray & what is substitute for pam cooking spray
Hi, It is a nonstick spray to use in pots and pans etc to prevent the food from sticking as you cook it. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Can you eat out of peeler Bead bowls
Can you use pony beads to do the or not?
I have a love of beads trying to find a project for.