Diwali Fuse Bead Patterns

Here is an original craft idea for Diwali! Try our Diwali fuse beads patterns with your Hama Beads, Perler Beads or other own-brand fusible beads. Once ironed, you can use the designs as hanging decorations (thread a ribbon or cord through at the top), a mobile, badges, embellishments for greetings cards, and in many more ways.

Diya Fuse Bead Pattern

Diya Fuse Bead Pattern

Choose bright pinks, purples, greens, reds, oranges and yellows for this diya design, which is fun to make for Diwali. The flame is a little fragile so be very careful when removing the finished creation from your peg board. We used a large square peg board for this design.

Rangoli fuse bead pattern 1

Rangoli Fuse Bead Pattern 1

Here is an original rangoli design that your children can create for your Diwali celebrations. This pretty design is intended to have a lacy effect, which is why we haven’t filled all the gaps. Be very careful when you remove it from the pegboard!

Rangoli fuse bead pattern 2

Rangoli Fuse Bead Pattern 2

Make a pretty circular rangoli for Diwali with your fuse bead collection, using your brightest and prettiest colours. We’ve put a gold star in the centre, tipped with blue jewels!

More Diwali Resources


A rangoli is a colourful design made on the floor near the entrance to a house to welcome guests. At Diwali, Hindus draw bright Rangoli patterns to encourage the goddess Lakshmi to enter their homes. Learn more about Rangoli, look at some inspirational Rangoli photos, and try your hand at our Rangoli craft ideas and Rangoli colouring pages!
Rangoli

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