You can use these flower Perler bead patterns to create beautiful melty bead creations and colorful bracelets!
We have lots of fun free Perler bead patterns. But these ones might be our personal favorite.
With lots of fun flower patterns, these are perfect for a spring craft or to make a pretty melty bead bracelet.
Once you have the necessary supplies, it’s time to start creating!
We have several different flower patterns.
The cool thing about our printable pattern is that you can use it as a base, but mix up the colors in fun and creative ways.
Materials and Tools
To get started, you will need a few supplies:
Perler beads: Also known as Hama beads, fuze beads or melty beads. You can find a big set that’ll give you a lot of bang for your buck here.
Pegboard: We used a hexagon pegboard. Clear ones are great for seeing the patterns under your work. But regular ones will work too.
Iron: Your regular clothes iron works super well for melting the beads.
Parchment paper: Or ironing paper to prevent the beads from sticking to your iron. Don’t use wax paper, it could stick to your iron.
Our printable flower patterns: Grab the free printable at the end of this post.
The Flower Patterns
These are the Perler bead flowers we made using our template.
If you are needing ideas to make your own melty bead flowers, you can either recreate them from our photos or print out our free Perler bead pattern (you can grab it at the end of this post.)
We created a big flower with large petals. Which would make for a super cute key chain.
This pattern creates flowers growing in a pot.
Here are some cute wild flowers.
And a single dainty flower with a stem.
I really like this bouquet of flowers too, and it may be my second favorite of all the flower patterns.
We also include some really easy patterns like these ones.
This pattern would make a super cute daisy if done in white.
And a bunch of flowers together.
And my favorite flower pattern of them all is this adorable flower Perler bead bracelet!
You can shape it shortly after melting the beads (while it’s still slightly warm and lace strings in the outer post flowers to look something like this.
Our favorite colors to use for flowers are all the pretty spring colors! Like purple, lavender, pink, yellow, green and white.
Here are all our flower patterns together. We included a few cute heart ones as well, just for some fun.
But you can use any of your favorite colors.
Grab the Printable Flower Patterns
To grab our free printable flower Perler bead patterns, put your email in the box below. We’ll send the templates straight to your inbox.
These are for personal or classroom use only, please. Not for commercial use.
Which of these Perler bead patterns above are your favorite flowers?