Oh, Deer...

Now that I found my daughters's Perler Beads again, I became so enthusiastic that I've put away my knitting projects and made a real work of art for Christmas. I've decided that I don't want to have a large Christmas Tree in my living room this year, so I was searching for other decorations to make the room look festive and then I found this pattern.


Not my design, by the way; I lack the patience to design things as big as this piece. I found this idea here.

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Thank you so much, Sara!

Comments

  1. That's a lovely pattern you found. I think a lot of people end up foregoing the Christmas tree in favour of creating a festive decor scheme. The tree is often a big hassle to put up and tear down! I'm not sure that I'm quite there yet, but I may try that one year and see how it goes!

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  2. My kids used to love using these beads, we call them Hama beads here in the UK. We still have some decorations they made that hang on the tree, a santa a couple of stars etc. They love putting all the same old things up every year even though they are all big now!

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  3. Such a great, fun pattern! I hope you enjoy it!

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  4. Great pattern. It turned out lovely. Thank you for linking up to More The Merrier Monday.

    Jamie
    http://diyhsh.com/

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  5. My son used to love Perler Beads - and I had lots of fun with them too! Your design is so pretty and festive! Thank you for sharing, and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link party. Have a lovely weekend!

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  6. You did a great job on this! Thanks for sharing with Party in Your PJs!

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  7. Really great! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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