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5 Spooktacular Halloween Perler Bead Pattern Ideas

Ready for some Halloween Perler bead fun?

We knew we would be making Halloween Perler Bead Pattern ideas today, but it was so hard to choose which designs to go with! What Halloween items should we make?

In the end we chose a bat, a skull, a jack-o-lantern, a ghost and Frankenstein’s monster. Pretty good choices, I would say!

That should give you all plenty of designs to make! Yay for Perler Bead Pattern fun.

Fun & Free Halloween Perler Bead Patterns. Make a ghost, Frankenstein's monster, a pumpkin, a skull and a bat!

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Perler Bead Supplies

You will need the following:

  • Perler Beads in Halloween colors of black, red, yellow, white, orange, green and grey.
  • Perler Bead Pegboards in square, hexagon and circle shapes.
  • Ironing paper.
  • Iron.

Visit our Perler Bead Supplies Guide to see the best Perler Bead supplies. We picked only the best items for making perler designs and included irons and storage options.

Halloween Perler Bead Patterns

We may have bought this jar and now have more than enough beads so making new projects is really quite easy.

We did end up having to buy more black and white beads some time ago because we ran low. Making these projects is rather addicting.

I am giving you basic instructions for making each piece. Please use the images for reference as well.

Bat Perler Bead project for Halloween!

 

Bat Perler Bead Pattern

  • This was made on a hexagon board.
  • The bat is 9 beads high, 5 beads wide at the body and 17 beads wide at the wings.
  • It is made with black beads and has red eyes.

Make a skull for Halloween with this Perler bead pattern

Skull Perler Bead Pattern

  • The skull was made on square board.
  • The skull is 8 beads high and 7 beads wide at its widest spot which is the nose row.
  • There are 3 beads on the bottom row and 4 beads on the top row.
  • It is made with white beads and black for eyes, nose and mouth.

What a cute Perler pumpkin!

Jack-o-lantern Perler Bead Pattern

  • The jack-o-lantern is made on a small circle board.
  • The widest part it 7 beads wide.
  • It is made of orange beads with black for the eyes, nose and mouth. It has a green 2 bead stem.
  • You can make his mouth go up further on the other side but I loved the look we got when we only used 4 beads instead of 5.

Frankenstein's monster in Perler beads and he even has the bolts!

Frankenstein’s Monster Perler Bead Pattern

  • This is made on the square board.
  • Frank is 8 beads high and 5 beads wide.
  • It is made of dark green beads with black for the eyes, mouth and hair. We used grey for the neck bolts – you know he always needs neck bolts!

Make a spooky flying ghost with Perler beads.

Ghost Perler Bead Pattern

  • The ghost was made on the hexagon board.
  • It is 11 beads high and 7 beads wide.
  • It was made with white and uses black for the eyes and mouth.

I hope you have fun making these Halloween Perler Bead pattern bat, skull, pumpkin, Frankenstein’s monster, and ghost.

We certainly had fun designing them for you.

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Vampire Perler Bead Pattern – Glow in the Dark! << awesome!

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Hil

Friday 23rd of October 2015

I haven't used those for so long! I used to have such a blast making those.

Sheila Rogers

Saturday 24th of October 2015

They sure are fun Hil. You might have to get them out again :)

Kim

Saturday 10th of October 2015

My oldest will love doing these patterns! Thanks for sharing!