These Perler Bead Keychains are the Perfect Back to School Craft
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These perler bead keychains are great fun for kids to make and then can be hung from keys or zipper pulls. Fun back to school craft or teacher gift idea!
Perler Bead Keychains
If you’re looking for a craft project to keep the kids entertained this weekend pull out your box of beads because we’ve rounded up 14 fun perler bead keychain ideas for them to make.
I found everything from fun summer fruit charms to Doctor Who’s Tardis so there is something in this list for boys and girls!
Crafting with perler beads really helps to relax your mind because you’re focusing on those tiny beads and matching the pattern. It’s great find motor practice for kids too, and helps them to develop patience and persistence. So why not spend some time together creating some of these fun keyfobs this weekend!
This watermelon slice will make the perfect summer keychain don’t you think? We don’t have any glow in the dark beads in our stash but I think I just found the perfect excuse to go and add some to my next Amazon order! Of course you could just use a clear or even a white bead in their place.
Oh look here’s some more fruity options for you! Another watermelon slice but this time you can also make a pineapple, a strawberry and a kiwi slice. I love the idea of mixing and matching them on your keys. And of course they make a cute bag charm too!
We can totally stay in the summer groove with these fun cactus designs! I love that there are three different designs to make, so it’s up to you whether you want a potted succulent or a desert cactus on your keychain!
You know I always worry about not sharing enough boy-friendly crafts around here so when I saw this fabulous Tardis I knew I just had to share it with you! This would be a great back to school project for your son to do so he can use it as a bag tag. He might even want to make some for his friends!