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These colorful tubular beads look good enough to eat. Remind you of Smarties, Jujubees, and the candy necklaces of your youth? Yeah, us too!
These little disc beads stack up to a whole lot of happy!
DIY your own set of colorblocked bracelets with these trendy beads.
Choose from our assortment of 2mm or 4mm discs; both sizes stack together perfectly. Beads are 4mm wide.
These beads work perfectly with 1mm elastic or beading wire.
For a 7.25" bracelet, you'll need approximately:
90 (9 sets) of 2mm beads
45 (5 sets) of 4mm beads
Or mix and match, for example, and use 3 sets of 4mm and 3 sets of 2mm
The bracelet shown in the photos has 31 2mm beads and 27 4mm beads.
For a 16.5" necklace, you'll need approximately:
105 4mm beads (10.5 sets)
210 2mm beads (21 sets)
Or some combination of 2mm and 4mm:
60 (6 sets) of 2mm beads & 75 (7.5 sets) of 4mm beads
OR 90 (9 sets) of 2mm beads & 50 (5 sets) of 4mm beads
Just do the math: two 2mm beads = one 4mm bead.
If you would like a DIY necklace kit, complete with beading wire, Gold Vermeil clasp, crimp beads, and optional tools, please click here.
✨See the necklace HonestlyWTF made and her step-by-step Tuturial here.
Quantity per Listing: 10
Number of Holes: 1
Hole Size: 1+mm
Color Choices: Gold, Silver, Red, Hot Pink, Taffy Pink, Mauve, Neon Salmon, Orange Rind, Lemon Custard, Pistachio, Celery, Olive Khaki, Mint, Cloud Blue, Icy Blue, Olympic Blue, Prussian Blue, Indigo, Pine, Basil, Teal, Grape, Purple, Berry, Desert Rose, Tawny Rose, Terra Cotta, Chocolate, Desert Taupe, Fog, Heather, Grey, Black, Pink Chrome, Matte Metallic (MM) Magenta, MM Rose Gold, MM Marmalade, MM Bronze Green, MM Turquoise, MM Peacock, MM Lapis Blue, MM Midnight, MM Berry Ice, MM Fuchsia.
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These beads are metal alloy (lead-free), coated with 4 layers of enamel. They are high quality and durable.
Looking for tools to help create your own designs? Click here for our DIY kits, with everything you need to get beading.
Looking for more elastic? Click here.
Enamel has a tendency to chip under the strains of everyday use. We believe that beaded jewelry is meant to be perfectly imperfect, just like its wearer! A little bit of chipped or scuffed character can add a lot of charm!
Tips to minimize wear and tear:
Avoid wearing your enamel creations with lots of metal jewelry. You can mix it up with bone or vinyl beads for more interesting stacks!
Try not to bump into counters, tables, or other hard surfaces while wearing.
These beads don’t float, so keep them away from pools, oceans, lakes & showers.