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Original Pixel Art by Kandi Patterns. Perler beads used were black, gray,white,red, blue. The kids like their patterns melted thoroughly and R2D2 turned out great.
2. R2D2 Picture Frame
Original Design – PerlerHamaParadise. Used the masking tape method on this one and back seemed to come out better. Fits great on a 4 x 6 frame. Plan to use some hot glue to attach it to the frame. Used black, gray,white,red, blue and green.
(Unfortunately, one of my kids had something on the table when it was flipped over and the front got wet and yucky. Luckily the back was saved so my finished project is flipped from the beginning)
Next, I bought a $1.00 4 x 6 frame from the dollar store, added a little hot glue and it was ready to go!
3. More Star Wars Patterns Coming Soon
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This particular microfighters set was a nice addition to our Lego Star Wars collection. As my son pretends battle on Hoth, the legs of the AT-AT actually bend down to collapse as they are pretend shot or walking. With only 88 pieces, it was a quick build for him but super fun to play with. Comes with a mini figure fighter.
This was an awesome package from Target that was a quick build for my son. The Lego Star Wars set was an awesome addition to his other Lego builds. The package had 64 pieces and the wings move up and down.