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Are you bored?
Do you have Perler Beads just lying around?
Are you not sure what to do with those beads?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, you have come to the right place!

This Instructable will tell you how to make a Minecraft block out of Perler Beads. This Instructable may just be the the perfect project for minecrafters just like you!

 
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Step 1: Beads Needed

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PERLER BEADS NEEDED:

28 Dark brown beads
169 Light brown beads
28 Tan beads
21 Dark green beads
85 Medium green beads
6 Light green beads

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED:

2 Large pegboards
An iron
Perler Bead paper

Step 2: Patterns

With 2 large pegboards, copy the 6 patterns as shown in the pictures.

Step 3: Assembly

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Place the Perler Bead paper over the beads, and use an iron to melt them together. Be sure to iron them evenly, otherwise they will not fit together. Once all the pieces are ironed, begin assembly by fitting the side pieces together. Lastly, snap the top and bottom pieces on to finish the cube.

BarryandJenniferP made it!2 months ago

Minecraft 3-D grass block! Beads and finished product pictured below. Construction and assembly took about minutes and pattern provided was perfect to follow. Please keep in mind for ironing that you do not need to melt them together in order for them to piece together. Both sides on mine were iron for a max of 10-15 seconds and placed together while warm to help fusing. The block is durable and I would recommend!

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goldlego (author)  BarryandJenniferP2 months ago

Whoa! Nice job! That came out fantastic. Thanks for sharing and keep up the good work!

Thank you for your words and thank you for your pattern! I really appreciate it and enjoyed creating it :).

Make more blocks! This is cool!

I agree I love ur stuff ;D

Just grass is good for me, but it is definitely cool.
I made a diamond sword at summer camp

Cool! Great job! :)

goldlego (author)  doodlecraft1 year ago

Thanks doodlecraft!

At first I was like... Oh ok only 4 different colors that's fine but then I clicked on the photo and then I was like... Oh 6 colors great •_•