Hama Beads

Hama beads are a fairly recent discovery in this household, although I've seen them around for years and always suspected that I would like them. Because, yes, they are not just for the children. For the time being most of the Hama bead crafts on my blog are ones that I've created myself, although as my children get older I'm sure that they will be coming up with their own designs and finished projects!

If you are new to Hama beads, you might find my post with tips for ironing Hama beads helpful.

I've written a post all about the ways that we display our finished Hama bead creations, as well as discussing when are children old enough for Hama beads?

I've also discussed why you shouldn't be tempted by cheap, imitation Hama beads, but if you do end up with some I have some ideas for using melted Hama beads that will use them up in several fun ways, like this melted Hama bead bracelet. And remember, Hama beads aren't just for children!

Here are links to all my Hama bead blog posts:

Seasonal Hama bead projects:


Valentine's Day Hama bead crafts round up
Valentine's Day - Hama bead heart frames
Valentine's Day - Hama bead heart hanging decoration
Valentine's Day - Hama bead spinning hearts

A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults

Easter - Paper plate and Hama bead Easter Egg decorations
Easter - Hama bead Easter egg coasters
Easter - Mini Hama bead cupcake toppers

Diwali - Large Hama bead Rangoli
Diwali - Small Hama bead Rangoli

Autumn - Hama bead battery candle holders

A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults

Halloween Hama bead crafts round up
Halloween - Hama bead haunted house
Halloween - Hama bead witches
Halloween - Hama bead coasters
Halloween - Hama bead napkin rings
Halloween - Hama bead witch tealight display box

A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults

Christmas Hama bead crafts round up
Christmas - Hama bead snowflake bunting
Christmas - Hama bead baubles with ribbon
Christmas - 3D Gingerbread House
Christmas - Hama bead forest decoration

A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults


Other Hama bead designs:


Hama bead Minecraft keyrings

A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults

Hama bead elephants

A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults

Hama bead houses
Hama bead fish
Hama bead hair clip holder

A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults


A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults


A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults


A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults

Hama bead frames

A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults

Mini Hama bead projects


I really love mini Hama beads, they are tiny but a lot of fun to work with and you can create some really intricate projects.


A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults

Melted Hama bead projects


Three crafts using melted Hama beads
Melted Hama bead bracelet

A collection of Hama bead projects and crafts for children and adults

You can find all the Hama bead projects that I have shared on my blog on my Pinterest board below:

4 comments:

  1. Have you experimented with bead brands like Perler, Nabbi and Pyssla? I've only ever tried Perler as they fuse very well.

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    1. I've tried Perler beads but I've not heard of the others! I have found that very cheap beads don't work well at all.

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  2. Maybe you can help me out.

    I came across your blog.

    My company manufactures crafts and toys. We created a new type of fuse bead that's very unique and has been a massive success with all the schools and camps that we've introduced it to. We hope that within time, it will replace perler beads.



    Benefits of Super Beads

    · No more hot burning iron
    · Just spray with water and the beads fuse together
    · Kids can now complete the project themselves without assistance
    · Easily make 3D projects
    · Beads fit snuggly onto board so they won’t move around
    · The finished design has a much nicer finish to it than the Perler Beads
    · The finished design is flexible and won’t crack

    I was wondering if you'd be open to reviewing our product on your blog.




    Thanks,

    Yoni Czegledi
    VP of Sales
    Econocrafts
    P – 800.216.1601 x 215
    F – 877.216.1604
    yoni@econocrafts.com














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