Do your kids love to make perler beads? Are you looking for some great easter perler bead patterns to make? These 10 easter perler bead patters and ideas are super cute and fun to make!

Easter Perler Bead Patterns

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1o Easter Perler Bead Patterns and Ideas!

My kids LOVE perler beads!

And the crazy thing is that perler beads are nothing new!

They’ve been around for a while. I was making perler bead creations when I was a kid! Which I guess really wasn’t that long ago;)

What are perler beads?

Perler beads are basically plastic beads that you place on a pegboard to create patterns and designs.

How To Use Perler Beads

To make beautiful perler bead patterns you place the beads on pegboards as mentioned above, and then you cover the design with parchment paper and iron it.

Ironing it melts the beads together so that you can remove them from the pegboard, iron the other side, and then have a beautiful perler bead toy!

The kids make the designs and you iron them:)

If you and your kids already use perler beads then you know how much fun they are.

If you aren’t, then you really need to start! They are not only a fun, but an educational craft!

Because they require concentration and precision, they are excellent for helping to develop fine motor skills.

Regular perler beads are generally best for kids ages six and up. Although I’m sure some five year olds could do them.

For younger kids, they make perler biggie beads! Biggie beads are larger and easier for younger children to handle. They are recommended for ages four and up, but my daughter could easily do them at the age of three.

Perler Bead Ideas

So here are 10 easter perler bead patters and ideas that you should try!

Easter Chicks

These two different easter chicks are some that my kids made for easter this year!

When making your perler beads, be careful not to iron them for too long. They will start to spread out and lose their shape if they are melted too much.

You can tell by looking at the chicks below that some were melted more than others. I like the look of the perler beads that aren’t heated too much. You can still see the perler beads.

But the kids like them better when they melt together enough that you don’t see the holes in the perler beads. So I guess it’s a matter of preference:)

chick perler bead pattern

chick perler bead pattern



Why not make the ultimate easter treat into a perler bead?!

You can find a pattern to make a peep out of perler beads at U-Create Crafts.

Perler Bead Designs

Olaf With an Easter Basket

Ok, everyone loves Olaf from Frozen!

Isn’t he just adorable with his easter basket:) He finally gets to feel spring;)

You can find a picture of this cute perler bead idea here!

Easter Eggs

Easter eggs are always fun to make with perler beads!

You can either follow the simple pattern that we made or be creative and design your own!

easter egg perler bead idea


Easter Egg Ornaments

Not only can you have regular easter eggs, but you can make these super cute easter egg ornaments out of perler beads!

Find out how to make them here on the Perler website.


Easter wouldn’t be complete without carrots to feed the bunnies:)

We made our carrot based on the pattern from Perler Bead Patterns.

carrot perler bead pattern


Lambs (That stand up on their own!)

This is such a unique way of using perler beads! I would have never thought of this!

You can find a picture and how to make them on the Perler website.

Perler Bead Patterns


And here are the bunnies to eat the carrots!

We followed the bunny from And Next Comes L.

Bunny Perler Bead Pattern

Bunny Perler Bead Pattern


Spring Bunnies (That stand up on their own!)

Ok, these are just too cute not to include!

Pop on over to the Perler website and check out this adorable bunny!


The Perler website also has a really cute tulip pattern!

A great easter perler bead idea!

Aren’t those adorable easter perler beads?!

Which ones are your favorites?

Leave me a comment below and let me know which ones you make!

Happy Easter:)

For additional perler bead fun check out:

Perler Bead Ideas