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Minecraft Perler Bead Pattern: Skeleton

Time to make a Perler Bead Skeleton!

We are enjoying perler beads and making all sorts of things. Right now my son is into make Minecraft patterns for the blog.

Today we have a Minecraft Perler Bead Pattern Skeleton. The skeleton is a hostile mob (short for mobile) in Minecraft. It shoots players with a bow and arrow. Occasionally it might spawn with armor or an enchanted bow.

I think it turned out really neat.

I hope you enjoy this post which is part of a series of Perler bead pattern ideas including more Minecraft designs.

Use this easy Perler Bead Pattern to Make a Minecraft Skeleton.

 

Perler Bead Pattern: Skeleton

Perler Bead Skeleton Supplies:

To see the Perler Bead Supplies we recommend click this link.

Minecraft Skeleton Perler Bead Pattern

To make a skeleton I will give you some basic directions and dimensions. Use the image for reference.

  • The skeleton is 15 beads high. It uses only white and black beads.
  • The head is 5 beads wide and 5 beads high. Use one bead for the neck.
  • The shoulder area is 5 beads wide.
  • The arms are 3 beads long and the legs are 5 beads long.

I wasn’t really sure how the arms would turn out since they were only just touching the body. Before ironing I edged things together with a toothpick a bit to make sure they would stay together.  I also started melting in those arm areas first and it all seemed to work fine.

I suppose they would break off if one were rough with them, but they have held up for us so far. (update – still just fine!)

I can’t get over just how creative one can be when working with Perler beads.  We are really liking them as a new art medium. You can make anything!

They are really great for learning too. You can help your kids to follow a pattern like this one, draw their own creation and try to make it out of Perler Beads, take a picture and see if they can recreate it in Perler, use them free-form and so on.

I hope you enjoy my son’s Perler Bead Minecraft Skeleton Pattern.

Be sure to see our Perler Bead Minecraft Creeper and Minecraft Perler Bead Pattern: Steve as well.

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Clare

Friday 19th of June 2015

Oh he's cute! I'm pinning him to my Halloween board - because it's never to early to start planning activities!

Sheila Rogers

Friday 19th of June 2015

lol right you are Clare!

Samantha @Stir the Wonder

Monday 15th of June 2015

This is so neat! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot! We hope you join us again this week!

Sheila Rogers

Monday 15th of June 2015

Thanks!

jeannine: waddleeahchaa.com

Thursday 11th of June 2015

My kiddos love doing this as well! They've made all kinds of minecraft characters. The pearls are perfect for recreating minecraft.

Sheila Rogers

Monday 15th of June 2015

I agree Jeannine. The perler beads seem to go very well with Minecraft. Lots of fun creating . . .

lana

Thursday 11th of June 2015

>3 this! I always think these crafts are geared towards girls, but nice to see "boy" ideas.

Sheila Rogers

Monday 15th of June 2015

Thanks Lana, we specialize in boy :)

Alli

Friday 5th of June 2015

Oh my goodness, these would be great fun to have when we take a break from being out in the sun this summer. Thanks for the link to the perler beads, they're really hard to find in our area unless you want girlie colours, which my boys don't like. lol

Sheila Rogers

Monday 15th of June 2015

Alli, I am telling you that Perler Beads are a lot of fun and very addicting. I couldn't stop coming up with new things I wanted to make lol My son really enjoyed them as well.