Pyssla beads cake

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Crafts by Materials, Pyssla Beads | Posted on 10-04-2013 | 4,476 views

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We’re sorry. It’s been awhile since we update this blog with new entries. We are currently midway through a craft project and are running like a headless chicken from one end to another.

Anyway, here’s something interesting you can get the kids to make during birthday parties – Pyssla beads cake.

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As easy as 1,2, 3.

Click here for the full instruction. 

We got to run now. We promise to post a full new entry as soon as we are done with our project. Till then, happy crafting! 🙂

Pyssla Bead : Happy Feet

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Pyssla Beads | Posted on 27-12-2011 | 9,408 views

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We were shopping when he came across this penguin and took the feet away! >_<

Happy Feet 😛

Pyssla Bead Happy Feet WITHOUT the feet as my board is just too small!

Anyway, it’s been raining cats and dogs recently and Ethan found many dead frog on the road.. They looked like this :

Have a nice day folks! 😀

Angry Bird Coasters

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Bird, Pyssla Beads | Posted on 07-10-2011 | 8,329 views

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After the success of making our very own Pyssla Beads Angry Bird keychain, we proceeded to making coasters today.

Angry Bird coasters *well, the one in the middle is NOT Angry Bird though, it’s DOMO 😀*

It’s basically the same as making keychain except we don’t hook a key ring on it.

Blue Angry Bird coaster

Red Angry Bird Coaster

I wanted to add background to make the coaster square but it turned out too large for a coaster so I scrapped the idea totally. Let this be a unique coaster that is neither round nor square 😀

The coasters, keychains and even fridge magnets are now on sale in the Studio. Coming soon is the green pig and yellow bird 😀

Angry Bird Pyssla Beads Keychain

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Bird, Pyssla Beads | Posted on 05-10-2011 | 15,911 views

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A student showed me a picture of an Angry Bird made of Pyssla beads and asked me if I can make that for him. Well, we tried and guess what? We made a key chain out of it!

Angry Bird Keychain

I think we got it right… 😀

After ironing the beads

Angry Bird keychain 🙂

P/S: I really would like to give credit to the person who created the pyssla design for this Angry Bird but I just don’t know where my student got the picture from. If you are that person, please do drop me a line and I’ll link it back to you. Thank you.

Here’s how to insert the keychain to the Angry Bird:
* Poke a hole in the Angry Bird and insert the keychain

* The bird will be angrier coz u poked it

* It doesnt like to be poked
Cheers and have a nice day 😀

Beads – Cars

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Beads, Vehicle | Posted on 01-01-2011 | 7,877 views

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Still in the beads mood, Ethan requested for a car for each of us. That means I have to make 3 cars! OK, here goes…
Pyssla beads nicely arranged. Now all it needs is some ironing 😀
My pink car and Ethan’s blue car. Nice? 😛
He loves his brand new car. Wait till you see what I got for Darling 😀
Tah-dah!
A brand new open top Maserati! Haha… 😛
I Love U 😀

Pyssla Beads spotted at Toys ‘r’ Us

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Beads | Posted on 21-12-2010 | 23,212 views

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Was shopping for gifts in Toys ‘r’ Us today when I came across THIS! Pyssla beads! Ok, so they don’t call them ‘Pyssla’ but they sure ARE the BEADS that I’ve come to LOVE so much recently! So to those of you who live far, far away from IKEA, you can now get your beads from Toys ‘r’ Us! 
Now.. isn’t THAT great? I bet many of you will make a dash to Toys ‘r’ Us soon 😛

Our Pyssla beads project for today is…

Watermelon! 😀

Pyssla beads

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Christmas Ideas, Christmas tree ornaments, Insect crafts, Ladybug, Pyssla Beads | Posted on 17-12-2010 | 26,691 views

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I love Pyssla beads. We can make almost anything out of it!

Pyssla beads

The kids hard at work 😀

Arrange the beads according to what you want it to be

Place parchment paper on the beads

Iron the beads, moving the iron about for 10 seconds or so

The beads will be attached to each other once ironed

Let it cool before removing the parchment paper

A beautiful ladybug 😀

Now.. let’s see what else the kids did!

Smiley Face 🙂

Snowflake and Christmas tree 😀