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Keep your stuff in this cute, fun and easy pot!
This cute pot can be used to hold many items such as pens, pencils, makeup, nail varnish and anything else you can think of!
The patterns for hama beads are below.
If you have any problems tell me in the comments.

Posted by Toxic Cupcake Killjoy from London, United Kingdom • Published See Toxic Cupcake Killjoy's 11 projects »
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  • Step 1

    First, gather up all your equipment and then we'll begin!

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 2
    Step 2

    The first parts of the pot we need to make are the walls. I started with the wall with Hello Kitty's face, you need to make two of these. The pattern you'll need is called HK Wall 1 and can be found in the attachments.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 3
    Step 3

    Iron both of the walls with the ironing paper. If you don't know how to iron the beads properly look at steps 7-10.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 4
    Step 4

    Next, create two of the walls with Hello Kitty's bow. The pattern for this one is called HK Wall 2.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 5
    Step 5

    Iron the walls like you did in step 3. After you've done that you've made all the walls! Woohoo!

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 6
    Step 6

    Now we need a base for our pot. Use the final attachment called HK Base.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 7
    Step 7

    We need to iron the designs so we can use them for the pot. To do this first you need to place the ironing paper on top of the beads making sure they're completely covered.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 8
    Step 8

    Then iron over the paper in circular movements pressing fairly hard.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 9
    Step 9

    Take off the paper and then gently peel the beads off the pegboard starting at the corners. Don't pull too hard or else you might break it!

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 10
    Step 10

    Turn over the piece and put the ironing paper on the back and iron over that it. I like ironing both sides because then it's stronger and easier to put together. Remember to do this with the walls too!!

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 11
    Step 11

    Congratulations you've made all the pieces! Collect then up and work out which piece goes where.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 12
    Step 12

    Place two of the walls together and slot them into the base. Be careful so you don't break them.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 13
    Step 13

    If it does break just iron over again like you did in step 8 or use a bit of glue from the glue gun to stick the broken pieces together again.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 14
    Step 14

    Glue along the joints where the sides meet and where the sides meet the base.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 15
    Step 15

    Attach the other sides to the base and glue them together. You may want to put some glue on a cocktail or kebab stick to reach the corners.

  • How to make a pegboard bead box. Hello Kitty Hama Bead Pot - Step 16
    Step 16

    And ta-da! Your cute little pot is ready!

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Anja R.
Anja R. · Redcliffe, Queensland, AU · 1 project
love it
Toxic Cupcake Killjoy
Toxic Cupcake Killjoy · London, GB · 24 projects
Thanks! Glad you like it ^_^
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