Nintendo Switch Shaker Perler Bead Pattern / Bead Sprite

Nintendo Switch Shaker Perler Bead Pattern / Bead Sprite
Made by linkinpark
Description You can really put whatever you want on the switch screen bg! To make this shaker, lay out each group of beads on your grid and iron them as separate pieces (you may need 2 or 3 of the second segment depending on how tall your filler will be). Stack the hollow pieces on top of the first one, gluing each layer with a strong industrial glue like E6000 and leaving the glue to dry at least overnight. Put beads, glitter, charms, or whatever you want into the middle and glue on a trimmed piece of clear plastic that fits the shape of the shaker. Glue another hollow piece on top of the plastic and add the buttons overtop.
Date 2022-05-24 21:15:16
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Size 29 columns wide x 32 rows tall

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May 25, 2022 9:08 am

@ImNotOkayIPromise: tysm <3 I wasn't online when this pattern got approved and didn't get the chance to add a description, so I've put instructions in the description now. Essentially you need a piece of plastic to use as a cover which you're going to glue in between copies of the hollow piece (part #2, the one in the middle). I recycle plastic packaging, as long as it's clear and not too flimsy but still able to be cut to shape with scissors, it'll do. I've heard that hot glue won't stick to perlers so I went to a hardware store and bought a special glue E6000 which I keep with my kandi stuff for this purpose. Remember that you'll need to make multiple copies of the middle piece to fit all the shaky stuff you're putting in it

May 25, 2022 5:04 am

I love it! but how exactly do you make like,, the cover part of the sharker? I've never made one before but I really want to.