DIY Perler Bead Bowls -- 29 of the MOST creative crafts and activities for kids!

29 Of The BEST Crafts & Activities For Kids (Parents love these, too!)

melt plastic beads  400 for 20 mins for bowls drape over bowl put in oven til it drops down forming bowl

melt plastic beads 400 for 20 mins for bowls drape over bowl put in oven til it drops down forming bowl

The girls are in love with their new bowls. I kind of am too. Don’t they just look like pieces of art. They are so easy to do to. All you need are a bowl, cooking spray and Perler Beads 11,000 Count-Multi-Mix  (affiliate link added for your convenience). Spray a layer of cooking spray in …

Plastic Perler Bead Bowls

The girls are in love with their new bowls. I kind of am too. Don’t they just look like pieces of art. They are so easy to do to. All you need are a bowl, cooking spray and Perler Beads 11,000 Count-Multi-Mix (affiliate link added for your convenience). Spray a layer of cooking spray in …

DIY Melted Bead Bowl with Perler Fuse Beads by @MamaintheNow. Easy instructions of how to make these bowls, perfect for Mother's Day and Teacher Appreciation gifts.

DIY Melted Bead Bowl

DIY Melted Bead Bowl with Perler Fuse Beads by @MamaintheNow. Easy instructions of how to make these bowls, perfect for Mother's Day and Teacher Appreciation gifts.

making melted plastic bead bowls ... the one in the picture can be used for a bird bath or feeder

How to Melt Plastic Beads Into Bowls

making melted plastic bead bowls ... the one in the picture can be used for a bird bath or feeder

Melt beads on cookie sheet 400 degrees for approx 20 min... remove, invert onto covered upside down bowl, let cool.

Melt beads on cookie sheet 400 degrees for approx 20 min... remove, invert onto covered upside down bowl, let cool.

Place beads on a piece of foil and on a cookie sheet in the oven on 375. Time will vary but make sure that all the beads are facing up (the holes up) let them "cook" until you cannot see the holes anymore and take them out. Take the foil and press it over a glass or metal bowl and let them cool.

Place beads on a piece of foil and on a cookie sheet in the oven on 375. Time will vary but make sure that all the beads are facing up (the holes up) let them "cook" until you cannot see the holes anymore and take them out. Take the foil and press it over a glass or metal bowl and let them cool.

The girls are in love with their new bowls. I kind of am too. Don’t they just look like pieces of art. They are so easy to do to. All you need are a bowl, cooking spray and Perler Beads 11,000 Count-Multi-Mix (affiliate link added for your convenience). Spray a layer of cooking spray in the bowl. Take the pearler beads and drop them in the bowl. Once you have a… {Read More}

Plastic Perler Bead Bowls

The girls are in love with their new bowls. I kind of am too. Don’t they just look like pieces of art. They are so easy to do to. All you need are a bowl, cooking spray and Perler Beads 11,000 Count-Multi-Mix (affiliate link added for your convenience). Spray a layer of cooking spray in the bowl. Take the pearler beads and drop them in the bowl. Once you have a… {Read More}

DIY Melted Bead Bowl with Perler Fuse Beads by @MamaintheNow. Easy instructions of how to make these bowls, perfect for Mother's Day and Teacher Appreciation gifts.

DIY Melted Bead Bowl

DIY Melted Bead Bowl with Perler Fuse Beads by @MamaintheNow. Easy instructions of how to make these bowls, perfect for Mother's Day and Teacher Appreciation gifts.

Plastic Perler Bead Bowls - These bowls look like works of art, but it took 5 minutes of prep and 12 minutes in the oven.

Plastic Perler Bead Bowls

Plastic Perler Bead Bowls - These bowls look like works of art, but it took 5 minutes of prep and 12 minutes in the oven.

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