Use black fuse beads for the body and yellow or green for the cat's eyes. The eyes will be even more effective if you have some "glow in the dark" beads! The cat also looks good on a background of dark blue or orange beads.
Animal Fuse Bead Patterns
Have fun with our collection of animal fuse bead patterns! We've got everything from crocodiles to elephants, cats to koalas, and lots in between! Copying fuse bead designs takes concentration, counting skills, fine motor skills and patience - a great rainy day activity which leaves you with a lasting result you can display and be proud of.
Crocodiles aren't so scary when they are cute like our crocodile fuse bead pattern! A fun fuse bead craft for kids doing an Australia theme, or just kids that like crocs! Ideas for using fuse beads here.
For this Easter bunny fuse bead pattern you will need a large square base and pale pink, white or pale grey fuse beads for the body, as well as dark pink and black fuse beads for the details.
We don't expect to see an emu crossing the road in England - I wonder how often it happens in Australia? You could stick a lollipop stick on the back and push the sign into a pot plant for fun! More ideas for using our fuse beads patterns here.
Just for fun, a Kangaroo Road Sign Fuse Bead Pattern! Use with hama, perler or own brand fuse beads for a fun Australia Day or Australian theme activity. You could stick a lolipop stick onto the back and push into the base of a pot plant for a fun display.
I don't know what kind of shark this is exactly, but I do know that I wouldn't want to meet it when I was going for a swim!
This sheep fuse bead design makes a super fridge magnet, badge (pin) or card topper (try a collage effect with green fabric or felt as the grass behind the sheep). It's quite simple to make and uses white, grey and black beads. You could stand the sheep on some green grass if you prefer.
Use black beads for the body and yellow or orange for teh spider's eyes and smiley mouth. This spider makes a great brooch (pin) for Halloween, although you must be careful not to break his legs! He also looks great hung from ceilings or doorways by a piece of thread.