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14 Pikachu Perler Beads for Pokemon Fans

We all have fond memories of Pikachu. We grew up watching the Pokemon cartoon series, played with Pokemon cards, and even had Pokemon-themed birthday parties.

Let’s go on a trip down memory lane before we say goodbye to Ash and his beloved pokemon through these Pikachu perler beads. Stay with us till the end for an awesome surprise.

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14 Pikachu Perler Beads

1. Glowing Pikachu Pattern

Glowing Pikachu Pattern
Photo Credit: Prohama

Fans of Pikachu would love to get their hands on these super adorable Pikachu pattern from Prohama.

It perfectly captures the essence of the pokemon: it’s extraordinary, special, and beautiful.

This will be an awesome addition to their room once it’s done.

2. Cute Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern

Cute Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: Hilâl Ateş on Pinterest

Get ready for cuteness overload courtesy of this pattern from Hilâl Ateş on Pinterest.

The dazzling eyes, expressive ears, and red cheeks of Pikachu can easily melt hearts.

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3. Mini Pikachu Perler Beads

Take the ever-reliable Pikachu on your quest for more pokemon.

This video tutorial by Pudding lion shows how to create a mini Pikachu that’s easy to carry everywhere.

Pin it in their bags, tumblers, or pouches.

4. Crouching Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern

Crouching Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: PNG Item

Pikachu is always prepared to battle with his trainer to become the very best pokemon ever.

In this pattern from PNG Item, Pikachu is wearing his game face on and is ready for action.

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5. Pikachu as a Bread Loaf Perler Bead Pattern

Pikachu as a Bread Loaf Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: Kind PNG

Combine Pikachu and a loaf of bread to get this unique pattern from Kind PNG.

It will be a fun project to do with the kids because I’ll bet that they haven’t seen or done anything like this pattern.

This cute character even looks like a whole different pokemon!

6. Happy Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern

Happy Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: Nice PNG

Pikachu is a ball of sunshine. He’s always happy and energetic even when they face challenges along their quest.

Make this Pikachu pattern from Nice PNG to have the same energy in your child’s play area.

7. Sleepy Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern

Sleepy Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: Killer on Kandi Patterns

Pikachu is no Snorlax but he still appreciates a good night’s sleep.

Battling can be tiring even for pokemons which can be seen in this adorable sleeping Pikachu pattern from Killer on Kandi Patterns.

Take a break from work and school and create this pattern together.

8. Flying Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern

Flying Pikachu Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: iconstantlytired on Kandi Patterns

Look out because a flying Pikachu is heading your way!

Don’t miss out on this cool pattern from iconstantlytired on Kandi Patterns which shows Pikachu flying through the sky.

You can also opt to change the balloons to your child’s favorite colors to add a personal touch to them.

9. 3D Pikachu Perler Beads

Dreaming of becoming the very best perler bead maker?

You’ll be one step closer to the goal when you finish this 3D Pikachu pattern from FiloPixie.

10. Sleeping Pikachu Perler Beads

Sleeping Pikachu Perler Beads
Photo Credit: Long Black Fingers

A sleeping Pikachu is irresistibly cute so we can’t pass on the opportunity to make another pattern of it.

This pattern from Long Black Fingers shows Pikachu sleeping with a big smile on his face.

What do you think is he dreaming about?

11. Detective Pikachu Perler Pattern

Detective Pikachu Perler Pattern
Photo Credit: For Kids Land

Pikachu is a pokemon that wears many hats (literally and figuratively).

And now we get a glimpse of Detective Pikachu thanks to this pattern from For Kids Land.

Complete this pattern with the kids to have a different version of Pikachu in their perler collection.

12. Pikachu in a Cup Pattern

Pikachu in a Cup Pattern
Photo Credit: Bracelet Book

Congratulations, you caught a rare Pikachu in your Pokeball mug!

This pattern from Bracelet Book will make the kids feel like certified Pokemon trainers.

It would be super cool if their first catch would be a Pikachu so I highly recommend prioritizing this pattern.

13. Pikachu in Christmas Lights Perler Beads

Pikachu in Christmas Lights Perler Beads
Photo Credit: Deviant Art

Pikachu is very excited about the upcoming holiday season and got tangled up in a bunch of Christmas lights.

Get your kids in the spirit of giving through this adorable pattern from Deviant Art.

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14. Pikachu with Ash’s Cap Perler Beads

Pikachu with Ash's Cap Perler Beads
Photo Credit: Deviant Art

The iconic hat of Ash may be too big for Pikachu but he looks adorable while wearing it nonetheless.

Save this pattern from Deviant Art and add it to the projects that your little trainer will be doing during their next art session.

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15. Pokemon Logo Bead Pattern

Pokemon Logo Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: Seek PNG

Having this Pokemon logo pattern from Seek PNG will be excellent for the kid’s collection.

Here’s an accurate and straightforward pattern that you’ll find useful in making the iconic logo.

16. Pokeball Perler Bead Pattern

Pokeball Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: Bracelet Book

Trainers need pokeballs to capture pokemons in the wild.

That’s why this pokeball pattern from Bracelet Book is a must-have for all pokemon fans.

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17. Charmander Perler Bead Pattern

Charmander Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: biodigital on Kandi Patterns

Biodigital on Kandi Patterns is serving us up with the hottest Charmander perler bead pattern.

Capture the fire and glow of Charmander through this pattern.

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18. Squirtle Face Perler Bead Pattern

Squirtle Face Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: EmilyGotScared on Kandi Patterns

This adorable pattern from EmilyGotScared on Kandi Patterns will wash the blues of the kids away.

Reserve this Squirtle pattern for when your child is feeling down because this will effectively turn their frowns upside down.

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19. Psyduck Perler Bead Pattern

Psyduck Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: Bracelet Book

I think it’s crystal clear why this Psyduck pattern from Bracelet Book is included in the list.

Aside from being adorable pokemons, Pysducks are also very powerful especially because of their Psychic-type moves.

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20. Jigglypuff Perler Bead Pattern

Jigglypuff Perler Bead Pattern
Photo Credit: Purpl3Sag3 on Kandi Patterns

We’ve come to the end of the list and what better way to finish it than by doing this pattern of a Jigglypuff from Purpl3Sag3 on Kandi Patterns.

Never underestimate a Jigglypuff because they may look cute and tiny but their voices will make even the most powerful pokemons sleep.

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I Choose You, Pikachu!

We caught all the best Pikachu perler beads out there and compiled them all just for you!

Create these Pikachu and pokemon patterns with the kids to help them be the very best crafter and trainer in the Kanto region.

These patterns will be a nice way to reminisce and end a Pokemon chapter as we prepare to welcome new adventures, trainers, and friends.

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