With these PYSSLA bead shapes and beads, you can unleash your imagination and create your own small works of art. Maybe a red heart for a best friend or a colorful flower for dad?
Let your creativity flow and create your own colorful designs by arranging the beads on PYSSLA bead shape.
Helps the child develop fine motor skills and hand/eye co-ordination.
IKEA of Sweden
To be used together with PYSSLA beads.
When your design is ready, cover the beads with baking paper and iron over them with an iron set to medium warm/hot for a few seconds, so that the beads melt together.
Chlorine free bleached paper
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Wipe clean with a dry cloth.
Let the bead shape cool after ironing. Place it on a flat surface, so it does not bend.
Recommended for children 4 years and older.This product bears the CE mark.
PYSSLABead shape set of 4Article Number701.285.71
Width: 6 ½ "
Height: ½ "
Length: 6 ½ "
Weight: 4 oz
OkaySamantha S.It wasn’t bad but it wasn’t good it’s great that they give you option like how the circle allows you do do ones I’m intersections while the sqaure ones can let you do them in rows , but some of the pegs melted(it’s plastic so what do u expect) also now my peg board is blended I think it bends do to heat so it’s kind of hard to make it not fall.4
Love itWendyLove it5
Great for kids!TIFFANYI was a little worried because there were no explicit directions on how to iron the beads but I figured it out and it turned out great-super fun activity for the family.5
Good price. Hours of fun.MARIE-ANNEGood price. Hours of fun.4
good value for money. youSeon-Younggood value for money. you need to be careful not to melt the pegboard when ironing though4
My grand girl is happyRcwlibertyWe’ve waited a long time for this. My 6 year GG has had a lot of fun with this. We did have a bit of a problem getting them to melt correctly.5
MeltedPandatiniThis is the first thing I have purchased at ikea that was a bust. I have used 2 of these and both melted and did not work...using the same settings on my iron as a regular beading shaper. I did side by side and only the ikea ones melted entirely1
Good but heat with cautionReg12345It is very very easy to melt the beads and plastic together. (Our Red Circle is now permanently part if an ornament) Just swipe the iron over the paper repeatedly until just melted together, then take it off and flip over and put thebpaper back on the other side before giving a few passes on the bottom side to fully melt.3
Poppy09ytrewqThe base is made of same material as the beads so the heat warps it as it melts the beads. Should have different temperature tolerant2
Great for a group too!KindnessBuy 2 shape sets and have enough activities for 8 kids at once. I used it for ages 3 to 8 and everyone was helping each other find the colors they wanted. Glue a magnet on the back and hang on the fridge.5
Great bead boards!maliaakimseuThese boards are the perfect size and price! I've looked at other brands and there although they have larger boards the price is way too high.5
Be very carefully with them!Aquasocks182They melt very easily. Be very careful not to overheat or else they become useless.2
Easy to useDianna CalenzoHaving the basic shaped makes it easy to create many different things.5
The Base Can Melt If Your Iron is Too HotSue1704Great price but watch it when you iron it without perler beads all over the base. The iron can melt the perler base so the pegs become too wide to take a perler bead.4
Great set!Dot in CAI bought two sets and it was the perfect amount for crafting and creating with six kids.5
Nice varietyKstarns83I mainly bought this because of the big white square so we can make so many other designs since we already have some5
Great shapes. Perfect size!amy_pianoThese shapes are the perfect size! We bought some shapes previously but they were too big. These are perfect! I wish they included a star too. And knocked off one star because the paper stuck to my project. Went back to using an authentic perler paper that has been used over and over and hasn't stuck.4
Art beading pattern platesGabesMomVersatile set with size and shape choices. Great value.5
Cheap, in both waysluinaThe product was very cheap, which made them affordable, but when melting the beads, the boards warped significantly, to the point where they are no longer usable.3
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