I got this idea from one of my Lovely Links links. It was the one where they melted down Hama beads to make into a bracelet. So yes, I got this from that post but I'm putting my own twist on it. Let's start!
You will need:
* A flat iron. Any flat iron will do.
* Fun fusion beads. I used fun fusion beads but I'm pretty sure that this will also work on Hama beads or Perler beads.
* a Fun Fusion peg board. Any peg board will do, they usually come with the beads in a little pack.
* wax paper. I used parchment paper but that's only because I forgot where I placed my wax paper. Usually, that type of paper comes with the bead kits as well.
1. Plug in your flatiron and choose the lowest temperature. I used 350 degrees. Choose your bead and place it on your pegboard.
2. Place your parchment paper over the bead.
3. This is where it gets kind of tricky. Once your flatiron is warmed up, take the peg board with the bead under the parchment paper and press the bead to your flatiron. I pressed the pegboard on the top clamp bit for about 15 seconds.
If you are not sure about whether it's ready or not, take the flatiron off and look at the bead. If it looks like the image above, it's ready.
*Tips And Tricks*
Once you have mastered it , you can start doing 2 beads at a time on your peg board.
The finished product. :)
Looking for a creative way to use these beads?