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Perler Beads Pattern Cards and Perler Pegboards for Biggie Beads, Fuse Bead Activity Kit for Kids Crafts, 20 pcs
- Includes (16) double-sided Perler Biggie Bead pattern cards, (1) tray, (1) Perler Biggie Bead pegboard, (1) sheet of ironing paper, and (1) set of easy to follow instructions.
- Create awesome Perler Biggie Bead projects with these 32 Perler bead designs!
- Making easy kid's crafts with Perler Biggie Beads helps teach young children to sort, count, identify colors, and develop their fine motor skills!
- Place your clear Perler Biggie Beads pegboards over the Perler pattern sheets and follow the design to create dozens of cool and easy crafts!
- Perler Biggie Beads Pattern Cards and Pegboard kid's activity kit suitable for ages 4 and up.
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Go big with Perler Biggie Beads! This Perler Biggie Beads Pattern Card and Pegboard Craft Activity Set is designed especially for smaller hands. Just place your Perler Biggie Beads pegboard over the Perler pattern sheets and follow the design to create one-of-a-kind arts and crafts that are fun and easy for kids and adults! Includes (16) double-sided Perler pattern cards, (1) bead tray, (1) Perler Biggie Pegboard, (1) sheet of ironing paper, and (1) set of easy to follow instructions.
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Perler Biggie Bead Tray 'n Cards pattern kit is perfect for holding fused bead projects still while following the pattern and for storage after. Includes 32 fun full-sized patterns featuring bumble bee, bird, lady bug, ice cream cone and more. Biggie Beads sold separately. Fused beads are perfect for afternoon, rainy days or anytime the kids want to be creative. 20 piece kit. For ages 4 and up.
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A couple notes - you have to buy the right size kit / tray / board for the biggie beads (the biggie tray is about 6" x 6"). The kits come with 2-sided designs to follow although some I had a hard time telling what the design was. Typically a tray or tub of beads comes with one or two sheets of ironing paper. If you are looking at Perlers for the first time, know that this is sort of an adult assisted project, because at the end of this project the adult is to iron the beads together (it takes about 1 minute each side). ...Someone told me I could use parchment paper if I would run out of the ironing sheets. Wax paper apparently doesn't work. I haven't tried anything other than what comes with the beads and I use each sheet over again until it starts to look thinned out or rips. To make digging for the bead colors more enjoyable than digging for the bead colors, invest in a $7 divided tray from Amazon or a craft store and take the time to separate the colors. I've seen the regular sized perler beds sold in the divided trays for a little more money than a tub. I couldn't get my just turned 4 year old into this but almost 5 and she likes it alot. Most craft stores carry perlers you just have to look for all things "biggie" if going for the larger beads. One thing about the biggies I wish would change is that I wish they would sell the individual color beads. I have only seen regular (small) sized beads sold by color. But overall, very happy with this craft - the trays are big enough for little hands and the instructions are short and easy to understand.
One star removed because when I made this purchase, it required me to buy in multiples of 2. While two pegboards are nice, I don't need two identical sets of pattern sheets...
The children loved them! They are easily placed on the pattern board with their fingers. They didn't need a special tool to put them where they wanted them to go. Even their younger brother (who is 2) was able to play with the larger set.
The pattern kit has everything you need except the beads, which must be purchased separately. It works with the "Biggie Perler Beads" . . . NOT with the smaller size.
The kit comes with a collection of colored paper patterns. You place the pattern in the tray that fits under the clear "bead board." The pattern can be clearly seen through the board. You can then place the beads over the "pegs" in the bead board above the marked pattern to create a design. You then take the completed project to an iron and ironing board, place the special non-stick paper over the beads, and carefully iron over the beads with a medium iron. It does take longer to iron the larger beads than the smaller beads to get them to melt together, and you will want to "flip" the project over and iron both sides in order to make certain the project stays together. The Biggie bead projects also will retain the heat from the iron much longer, so use care in handling them for awhile, or you will get burned. But the Biggie bead projects that you can create with this kit create a lot of excitement for the little ones.
Some of the patterns included with the kit are a car, a truck, a ladybug, a spider, a seahorse, octopus, various fruit, different balls, a butterfly, and more. It also comes with a sheet of ironing paper.
You can also use the bead board without a pattern to create your own design.
Of course, you don't have to iron the project together if you don't wish to keep the finished project or you want to reuse the beads, but my grands enjoyed showing their creations off to everyone.
The five-year-olds were able to complete their projects independently (with the exception of ironing the finished project, which is an adult job.) The three and two-year-olds needed assistance to finish their projects.
Once again, you must purchase the beads separately. You can get a bucket of the Biggie beads, which is enough for about a dozen projects, depending upon which colors you use and the sizes of the chosen designs.
I would recommend this Biggie bead pattern kit. My grandchildren had a lot of fun with it, and I anticipate that we will be using it quite often in the future. You really need to use a bead board of some kind in order to create a bead project without a lot of frustration and difficulty, and this product fits the bill perfectly.