How to use Artkal Beads?
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Step 1: Prepare the Artkal Beads and tools as follow.

             Pegboard, Tweezer, Ironing paper / ironing film, Iron, Pattern

Step 2: Place artkal beads on the pegboard by following the pattern.

Step 3: Set iron on medium (160°C-180°C). Cover with ironing paper and iron by adult. Hold in place for 2-3 sec to start the melting process. Complete ironing when beads melted together.

Step 4: Turn creation over once cooled. Remove the pegboard, repeat the same process. Put artwork under the pressure toil cool.

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Maybe you will use the masking tape. They can protect your projects and pegboards.

7 comments

Jan 14, 2021
Suzanne Golden

I am a bead weaver and had previously used both Perler and Hama until I recently discovered Artkal Beada…they have the most selection of colors I’ve ever seen…I bought the cases of all the colors!! I’m a very happy bead artist!

Nov 07, 2020
K-Ray

I have always worked with Perler brand midi beads up until recently when I got an entire set of your Artkal Mini -C Series. Not only is there every color you could ever need, but the quality of the product and customer service is second to none. I will forever be an Artkal customer and continue using the mini beads. I have been able to create so truly amazing pieces with these beads and I will NEVER go back to Perler!

Oct 31, 2020
judy Rohr

How can you get the pattern for the pumpkin 3D cool one

Jul 16, 2020
LetsIronBeads😁

came to your warehouse IMA BIG FAN

Jul 16, 2020
LetsIronBeads😁

Dear Dorris from artkal beads IM A HUGE FAN OF IRON BEADS but i use perler but…perler has way less options i do not have artkal bead But ive wanted them for a while they look SO COOL even though I do not have them I TOTALLY RECOMMEND THEM also im a huge fan of the youtber that came to your warehouse QD crafts by the way im 9 years old

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