How To Make Perler Hanging Planters

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ITEM # 09810880P107

How To Make Perler Hanging Planters

By Perler

ITEM # 09810880P107
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Crafting Time:
3-5 Hours
Skill Level:
Beginner

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
  • Perler® Beads in White, Black, Prickly Pear & Pink
  • Large square pegboards (3)
  • Iron & ironing paper
  • Tin can
  • Rubber bands
  • Hot glue gun & glue sticks
  • Cording for the hanger

DIRECTIONS:
  1. To print the templates, click on the "Download Project PDF" button (above).
  2. Interlock the 3 pegboards and place the beads as shown on the pattern to make the side of the planter.
  3. Fuse the beads following the ironing instructions and carefully place around the tin can while hot and rubber band in place until cool.
  4. Make the black base and fuse following the ironing instructions.
  5. Hot glue the side to the base.
  6. To make simple planter hanger: cut four equal lengths of cording (length determined by desired hanging height). Holding all four lengths together, tie a knot with a 2” tail. Place the knot under the bottom center of the planter and equally distribute the four strands around the circumference of the planter. Hold all four lengths together and tie a knot to form the top of the hanger.
  7. To make knotted hanger:  cut four equal lengths of cording (length determined by desired hanging height) adding 10” to accommodate for knots. Holding all four lengths together, tie a knot with a 2” tail. Place the knot under the bottom center of the planter and keep two sets of two strands together, bringing one set to the front of the planter and one set to the back of the planter. Tie a knot approximately 2” inches from the bottom of the planter. Next, take the left strand from both the front and back sets of cording and tie together with a knot, approximately 3” above planter top. Repeat for the right side strands. Holding all four lengths together, tie a knot approximately 6” above the last set of knots. Cut two of the strands approximately 1” above the knot, and tie a knot at the ends of the remaining two strands to form the hanger.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
DIRECTIONS:
  1. To print the templates, click on the "Download Project PDF" button (above).
  2. Interlock the 3 pegboards and place the beads as shown on the pattern to make the side of the planter.
  3. Fuse the beads following the ironing instructions and carefully place around the tin can while hot and rubber band in place until cool.
  4. Make the black base and fuse following the ironing instructions.
  5. Hot glue the side to the base.
  6. To make simple planter hanger: cut four equal lengths of cording (length determined by desired hanging height). Holding all four lengths together, tie a knot with a 2” tail. Place the knot under the bottom center of the planter and equally distribute the four strands around the circumference of the planter. Hold all four lengths together and tie a knot to form the top of the hanger.
  7. To make knotted hanger:  cut four equal lengths of cording (length determined by desired hanging height) adding 10” to accommodate for knots. Holding all four lengths together, tie a knot with a 2” tail. Place the knot under the bottom center of the planter and keep two sets of two strands together, bringing one set to the front of the planter and one set to the back of the planter. Tie a knot approximately 2” inches from the bottom of the planter. Next, take the left strand from both the front and back sets of cording and tie together with a knot, approximately 3” above planter top. Repeat for the right side strands. Holding all four lengths together, tie a knot approximately 6” above the last set of knots. Cut two of the strands approximately 1” above the knot, and tie a knot at the ends of the remaining two strands to form the hanger.