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Melting Beads Angel

By: Sabrina Gunther from
Melting Beads Angel
Melting Beads Angel
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"This angel ornament made from melting beads will look so pretty decorating the tree or window during the holidays. The project is recommended for children 8 and older and requires about 30 minutes time to create. "

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialBeads


Materials List

  • Melting beads or Hama beads in the colors of blue, yellow, clear, flesh and purple
  • 15 cm square fuse bead peg board, 30 x 30 pegs
  • Baking paper
  • Iron


  1. Follow the pattern that is included with this project to create the angel.

  2. Once all of the beads are on the peg board, a parent or supervisor should place a sheet of baking paper over the beads and then iron the beads according to product instructions.

  3. Let the angel cool down and then remove the paper. Turn the angel over, place on an ironing board and then shortly iron the backside. This will stabilize the angel.

  4. Attach a clear string or piece of thread for hanging.

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I have never used melting beads before now. Where do you find them? Are they marked specifically for melting? I seen a craft that used plastic beads in a pie pan to make a stained glass window craft, but I have never used them to create a shape like an angel or tree.

I used to make these on a paper. These beads come in different colors and sizes.

I used to love these kinds of crafts as a kid. I would like to try it again.


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