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FNAF Perler Beads (Five Nights at Freddy’s)

Do you love Five Nights at Freddy’s? Get 40+ patterns for FNAF perler beads! Includes characters like Freddy, Bonnie, Foxy, Chica, and more.

fnaf perler beads

Have you ever played Five Nights at Freddy’s? If you’re here I’m assuming the answer is yes.

But if you’re trying to learn more about it, it’s a survival game that reminds me of Chuck E’ Cheese.

Freddy Fazbear is the main attraction and animatronic robot at a restaurant called Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, and you just got a summer job there.

And you’re a security guard. At night.

At night the animals get a little wonky, and you have to find them – and protect yourself if needed. You have limited time and limited electricity.

Can you survive Five Nights at Freddy’s?

What I think is cool about the game is that it was developed in six months. That seems insanely fast – especially with characters and graphics that are pretty amazing!

It’s more of a horror style series, so the age rating is 12+.

If you’re a fan of Five Nights at Freddy’s, I’m excited to share some FNAF perler bead patterns with you today! My SIL is a huge fan of the series, so we had fun making these together.

We did a TON of patterns for all the characters: Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie, Chica, Foxy, Mangle, the Puppet, Balloon Boy, Circus Girl, and Ballora.

There are some variations of the characters too! I’m excited for you to scroll down and see what’s in the post.

Everyone love perler beads (also known as hama beads, fuse beads, or melty beads). You’ve got to try one or more of these patterns. Then let me know what you try in the comments!

Tips for Using Perler Beads

Before we get into the patterns, I want to review a few basics of using fuse beads to make sure you get the best results. If you don’t want the tips, scroll down to the bottom to get the FNAF perler bead patterns.

Remember that the overall goal is to melt the beads together on both sides while still leaving the holes open. Here’s how you get the best results (with a rainbow as an example).

Use Ironing or Parchment Paper

Place ironing paper or parchment paper over the beads on the pegboard. Be gentle so you don’t disturb the beads underneath.

Ironing paper laid over the beads

Heat your iron to the medium setting (no steam). In a circular motion, begin to iron the project. Don’t press down too hard with the iron.

When ironed properly, the beads will still have an open center. Check and make sure your edges are melted. Let the design cool on the pegboard.

Ironing the beads with a mini iron

Note: BE CAREFUL about lifting up the paper while you’re ironing! If you want to check, carefully peel back paper around the edge of your design and see if all the beads are melted.

If you lift the paper up quickly and there are a lot of unmelted beads, they will easily fall off or go flying and you may be forced to start over.

Sometimes the edges need more time so when you check, just check the edges and peel paper back slowly.

Peeling back the paper to check if the beads are melted

Another Note: some beads melt faster than others (clear melts faster than white, for example). So some holes might be larger than others. It’s okay! That’s part of the look of the project.

Iron the Other Side

Remove the bead design from the pegboard. Flip it over to the non-melted side and repeat the fusing process.

Ironing the other side of a fuse bead design

Remove the Paper

Let cool completely and remove the paper again (which is reusable). Some people pull the paper off after they iron the first side, but I just wait until the end and peel off both pieces. It’s up to you!

Peeling the ironing paper off the finished project

Now if you’re ready for the FNAF hama beads, here are the patterns!

Five Nights at Freddy’s Perler Beads

Make sure to check out these notes:

-I start the list with mini patterns of everyone, then move onto the larger patterns which are sorted by character. Scroll down to find the character pattern of your choice.

-A few of these patterns are larger than a 29 x 29 pegboard, so you’ll either need a extra large pegboard (49 x 69 tall) or to put multiple square peg boards together to form a larger “canvas.”

-You’ll see a couple of the pattern backgrounds below aren’t white – that’s simply to give contrast so you can see where all the white beads should go. You don’t need to add the background (but you can if you want to).


Mini FNAF Heads

These small patterns are great for magnets, keychains, jewelry, and more.

fnaf hama beads

Animatronic Heads

Get the heads of Foxy, Chica, Bonnie, and Freddy Fazbear.

five nights at freddy's perler

Small FNAF Characters

You’ll get small, body sized versions of Bonnie, Foxy, Chica with a cupcake, and Freddy Fazbear.

five nights at freddy's hama beads

Freddy Fazbear Head

This pattern uses 153 black, 94 brown, 18 dark brown, 9 white, 2 blue, and 22 flesh beads.

freddy perler beads

Freddy Teddy

This pattern uses 122 brown, 31 black, 172 gingerbread, 82 light brown, 6 blue, and 6 white beads.

Freddy fazbear hama beads

Lime Green with Banana Peel Hat

This pattern uses 85 black, 9 gray, 161 dark brown, 153 brown, 4 light gray, 22 white, 8 blue, 2 cobalt, 17 honey, and 32 flesh beads.

freddy fazbear perler beads

Large Freddy Head

This pattern uses 552 black, 503 gingerbread, 24 red, 226 light brown, 88 white, 28 blue, 4 cobalt, and 21 dark gray beads.

freddy hama beads

Toy Freddy

This pattern uses 177 black, 42 white, 136 light brown, 42 red, 2 pink, 101 honey, and 14 light blue beads.

Toy Freddy perler beads

Glam Freddy

This pattern uses 116 honey, 37 black, 133 butterscotch, 60 cream, 37 blue, 23 red, 6 white, and 2 cobalt beads.

Freddy glam rock hama beads

Glam Freddy Head

This pattern uses 241 black, 78 honey, 69 sand, 92 turquoise, 32 butterscotch, 32 dark gray, 34 red, 22 white, and 16 blue beads.

Freddy glam rock head

Golden Freddy

This pattern uses 139 black, 167 cheddar, 139 honey, 235 yellow, 41 white, 29 dark gray, 8 gray, and 2 light gray beads.

golden freddy perler beads

Mini Bonnie

This pattern uses 144 grape, 162 purple, 80 lavender, 17 black, 2 white, 4 kiwi green, 2 green, and 8 fuchsia beads.

Bonnie perler beads

Bonnie Head

This pattern uses 155 black, 147 grape, 77 lavender, 2 gray, 9 white, and 2 raspberry beads.

Bonnie hama beads

Toy Bonnie

This pattern uses 229 black, 147 blue, 153 white, 6 fuschia, 12 green, 22 red, and 26 gray beads.

Toy Bonnie perler pattern

Springtrap Bonnie

This pattern uses 196 black, 28 gray, 77 dark gray, 30 brown, 96 fern, 102 olive, 132 bright green, 7 red, 76 sherbert, 28 white, 6 cream, and 7 gingerbread beads.

FNAF Bonnie Springtrap perler pattern

Scraptrap Bonnie

This pattern uses 133 olive, 109 yellow, 44 butterscotch, 73 cream, 12 red, 4 bright green, 25 black, and 2 white beads.

Bonnie Scraptrap perler pattern

Small Foxy

This pattern uses 138 cherry, 168 red, 34 honey, 33 black, 2 yellow, 3 white, 1 cheddar, and 66 hot coral beads.

foxy perler beads

Foxy Head

This pattern uses 172 black, 121 red, 30 dark red, 4 yellow, 6 white, and 18 pink beads.

foxy hama beads

Nightmare Foxy Head

This pattern uses 229 black, 147 cranapple, 73 rose, 4 gray, 14 white, and 2 kiwi beads.

fnaf perler beads foxy

Standing Foxy

This pattern uses 205 black, 185 red, 3 white, 2 yellow, 1 cheddar, 64 hot coral, 22 dark gray, 4 gray, and 26 light brown, and 12 brown beads.

fnaf foxy perler beads

Funtime Foxy

This pattern uses 157 black, 174 white, 100 rose, 4 sour apple, 2 kiwi lime, and 8 red beads.

Funtime Foxy perler pattern

Mangle Head

This pattern uses 176 black, 181 white, 41 pink, 61 light pink, 10 gray, 14 salmon, 4 prickly pear, 2 dark gray, 24 fruit punch, and 1 hot coral bead.

Mangle perler pattern

Standing Mangle

This pattern uses 203 black, 212 white, 96 pink, 2 yellow, 1 orange, and 8 red beads.

Mangle perler beads

Waving Mangle

This pattern uses 140 gray, 272 white, 175 pink, 5 prickly pear, 11 black, 40 red, and 37 magenta beads.

Mangle hama beads

Chica Head

This pattern uses 116 black, 100 yellow, 11 white, 2 fuschia, and 20 orange beads.

Chica perler beads

Small Chica

This pattern uses 110 yellow, 141 pastel yellow, 16 black, 4 purple, 6 blue, 2 white, 35 cheddar, 13 pink, 16 cream, and 5 light pink beads.

Chica hama beads

Large Chica Head

This pattern uses 200 black, 239 yellow, 16 purple, 30 white, 14 turquoise, 82 orange, and 22 magenta beads.

Chica perler pattern

Chica with No Beak

This pattern uses 207 black, 39 cheddar, 259 yellow, 1 gray, 15 dark gray, 13 white, 24 pink, and 6 light pink beads..

Chica with no beak pattern

Small Puppet

This pattern uses 102 gray, 117 white, 60 black, 12 red, 10 purple, and 30 dark gray beads.

The puppet perler beads

The Puppet Head

This pattern uses 118 black, 224 white, 4 light purple, 28 red, and 20 purple beads.

The Puppet hama beads

Balloon Boy Holding a Balloon

This pattern uses 175 black, 10 gray, 36 brown, 32 blue, 46 red, 28 yellow, 75 sand, 8 white, and 19 cobalt beads.

Balloon Boy perler bead pattern

Balloon Boy Head

This pattern uses 201 black, 66 rust, 1 yellow, 1 gray, 43 white, 53 blue, 44 red, 102 flesh, and 43 orange beads.

Balloon Boy hama bead pattern

Mini Circus Baby

This pattern uses 141 cherry, 100 red, 12 blue, 97 white, 24 black, 6 green, and 11 honey beads.

Circus Baby perler pattern

Standing Circus Baby

This pattern uses 204 tomato, 89 white, 10 blue, 27 black, 8 pink, 18 orange, and 16 gray beads.

Circus Baby hama beads

Small Ballora

This pattern uses 121 grape, 37 dark blue, 154 white, 24 black, 12 fuschia, and 2 red beads.

Chibi Ballora perler beads

Standing Ballora

This pattern uses 124 midnight, 5 gray, 61 blue, 103 white, 35 pink, 1 yellow, and 3 magenta beads.

Ballora perler beads

If you enjoyed these FNAF perler beads, I’d love for you to check out these other patterns:

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emilia

Thursday 28th of December 2023

horrible es la peor app que e visto en mi via

Amy

Thursday 28th of December 2023

App? This isn't an app.

Bryana

Saturday 2nd of December 2023

I like the FNAF

Robyn

Friday 24th of November 2023

Hello! We have never done this craft before but would like to start with these patterns! My daughter would love these for Christmas. How does it even work? Do you sell the beads? Or do I have to get them somewhere else? How do I get these patterns? I think there's a little peg board somewhere after reading your instructions. Where do I get thay? Wondering where I go to find all this so my daughter could get beads and these patterns for christmas. Thank you!

Robyn

Saturday 25th of November 2023

@Amy, Thanks for the info! I've already bought beads and supplies (on sale for the weekend at that!) She'll love this at Christmas!

Amy

Saturday 25th of November 2023

Hi Robyn! I don't sell beads. You can purchase perler beads from craft stores, perler(dot)com, or people also love toptierbeads(dot)com. Amazon has them too. You can get the peg boards at those same places! Then you just follow the patterns I've provided. You don't need to "get" the patterns, just use them as a visual reference.