I’ve been quite busy the last couple of weeks with things not related to crafting: We’ve bought a house! 1700 sq.ft. – I’m so looking forward to finally get my own craft room! We won’t move until spring, so that should give us plenty of time to sell the apartment.
Today’s post is about how to make a Hama bead bracelet – the easy way. To make this you simply have to iron a row of beads. This should not take more than 5 minutes to make. Okay, here goes. Pour yourself a cup of coffee (or something else, I always enjoy a cup of coffee while crafting), plug in the iron and start putting beads on the pegboard. I made rows with about 38-39 beads. Thinking it over now, 35 may be a better fit for my wife’s arm. Put on baking paper and iron the beads. Drink some coffee. Detach the row and iron the other side as well. Here it is important to iron enough on both sides, because you don’t want the bracelet to break when you put it on. Use an inch of aluminum wire to tie together the ends. Have a sip of coffee and admire your work!