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  • Easter Eggs 2

    Designed By Perler Design Team

    These Easter eggs are as much fun to create as the real thing! They are great for kids to make and trade, and can be used for decorating or tucking into Easter baskets.

Creative Inspiration

Look for these other fun Easter projects:
Easter Eggs 1
Bunnies

Directions:

# Beads Needed for Egg #1:
Orange - 1
Yellow - 50
Toothpaste - 42
Light Brown - 10

# Beads Needed for Egg #2:
Bubblegum - 6
Pastel Yellow - 1
Pastel Green - 24
Brown - 61
White - 10

# Beads Needed for Egg #3:
Bubblegum - 1
Plum - 5
Pastel Green - 49
Pastel Blue - 2
White - 46

# Beads Needed for Egg #4:
Light Pink - 60
Pastel Yellow - 3
Pastel Green - 24
Blueberry Cream - 16

# Beads Needed for Egg #5:
Light Pink - 14
Pastel Yellow - 18
Toothpaste - 15
Pastel Lavender - 56

1. Download the Easter Eggs 2 Project Sheet. Use the small hexagon pegboard for your projects. If you are using a clear pegboard, slide the actual-size pattern underneath it. Now, place all the beads for the design.

2. Keeping the iron level, gently iron the beads in a circular motion for about 10 seconds to fuse the beads evenly. Ironed properly, the beads will still have an open center. Warning: Parents—the ironing must be done by an adult only. Some irons may emit steam. Please keep children at a safe distance.

3. Once the design is cool, peel off the ironing paper. Lift your design from the pegboard; flip the design over and repeat step #2. Your pegboard and ironing paper are reusable.

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