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Sloth Perler Bead Design

There are currently perler beads all over my dining room floor, so I though I’d join in the fun and make some new designs.  I made this cute sloth perler bead design, and I’m sharing the pattern today.  I don’t like to make anything too complicated because then my kids loose interest.  This one is easy and just uses a square perler bead tray.  Perfect for the kiddos to make!

Sloth Perler Bead Design(This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission, at no extra cost to you, if you click a link and purchase something that I have recommended.)

To make this sloth perler bead design, you’ll need:

  • small perler bead patterns (click the link at the bottom of this post to get them)
  • perler beads – We have this big bucket of beads.
  • perler bead tray – You’ll need a square like this one.

Sloth Perler Bead Pattern

I hope your kids have fun making this little sloth!  Isn’t he cute?!  If you like this sloth perler bead design, make sure to check out my small perler bead patterns and my easy mermaid perler bead patterns.

Download the free sloth perler bead design!

Click here to download this pattern.

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Amy

Wednesday 18th of December 2019

Jessica, thank you for these perler bead patterns!! I printed off the page with the dolphin & turtle, too. I printed them both off at Actual Size, but only the dolphin/turtle page was the correct size for my standard-size square perler bead tray. I played around and found that the sloth page prints correctly for me at 130%. Hopefully that helps the next person!

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Saturday 4th of January 2020

Oh no, sorry about that! The program I used to design them is actually a cross-stitch program, and converting them over gets a little tricky. Thanks for the feedback.

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