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Top/side veiw
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Gigi's front!!^^
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4th epic cuff 3D
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Back of cuff
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Focus Peyote Stitch
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dream state solar bead cuff
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matrix led mask
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slushi
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last min edc
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edc skirt
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duck
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jauv bra
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Newest Comments

On June 21, 2017 at 06:10 pm SavviKardynal said:

I use the tool organizing shelves that they sell at most home improvement stores, like Home Depot and Menards. They have tons of compartments so that you can keep the different colors sorted, and you can mount them on a wall. It's easy to label them as well. They're less than $20 each for the size that I have. I included a link to where I got them. They have different sizes as well, so I'd encourage you to look at a few to find the one that would best suit your needs. One of the smaller drawers can fit a 1000 count bag of perler beads perfectly, and two large ones can fit a 6000 count bag. Plastic Sliding Drawer Organizer - Menard's

Hope this helped. rainbowsmile

On June 21, 2017 at 05:26 pm haleyhorror said:

Get good peg boards. I also recommend getting parchment paper because it works on perler bead creations just as well as the paper that comes with the perler beads themselves. I get a roll of parchment paper because you can make the paper as long or short as you want. Also, don't take the paper off the beads right away after ironing, when it cools off it should pop off on its own and when it does you can then take the creation off the peg board. Make sure you iron the creation evenly!!rainbowsmile

On June 21, 2017 at 05:21 pm haleyhorror said:

YES IT WILL!!! it is pretty much the same thing as stretch magic!! big grin Anything tat is elastic like that will work. I mean, fishing line does the work too but it hurts on your hands when you have to tie it, makes the creation really stiff and hard to move, also it curls and is just a pain to work with when it curls sadly. Therefore, I always stuck to the elastic string c: