Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Super Mario World Perler Bead Projects (Part II)

Anyone who knows me well, knows that my favorite video game of all time is Super Mario World for SNES. These Super Mario World perler bead crafts were created during a time of extreme boredom and stress earlier this year (read the full story in Part I here) and I'm obsessed with them all!

Here you will find a collection of Super Mario World enemies!

Super Mario World perler bead crafts from And Next Comes L

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Super Mario World Perler Bead Crafts: Enemies!

Be prepared to get your craft on because there are a lot of projects here to inspire you! There's so many designs that you can find more over in Super Mario World Perler Bead Crafts (Part I).

Here's what you'll need:

Awesome Super Mario World perler bead crafts and patterns from And Next Comes L

I have provided images of all the finished designs below so that you can use them as patterns to recreate your own at home.

Super Koopa

Super Mario World super koopa perler bead craft from And Next Comes L

Ghost Boo Buddy

Super Mario World ghost boo perler bead craft from And Next Comes L

Goomba

Super Mario World goomba perler bead craft from And Next Comes L

Wiggler Caterpillar

Super Mario World wiggler perler bead craft from And Next Comes L

Skull Platform

Super Mario World skull platform perler bead craft from And Next Comes L

Goomba/Enemy

Super Mario World enemy perler bead craft from And Next Comes L

Piranha Plant

Super Mario World piranha plant perler bead craft from And Next Comes L

Swooper Green Bat

Super Mario World swooper bat perler bead craft from And Next Comes L

Rex Dinosaur

Super Mario World rex dinosaur perler bead craft from And Next Comes L

Wait, there's more Super Mario World Perler Bead Crafts!

I couldn't squeeze 30 pictures into one blog post, so you can find a bunch of other ideas in Part I.


Super Mario World perler bead crafts from And Next Comes L
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2 comments:

  1. OOOOhhhh! I love these! Thanks so much for sharing. My kids will love them too and they are a perfect activity for my boys who don't want to make hearts,or ponies and rainbows.

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    1. Ha! Hope the boys enjoy making them!

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