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Perler Beads 22,000 Count Bead Jar Mu…

$25.79 $14.65

Plastic
Imported
Contains 22,000 beads
Designed to be used with Perler Pegboards and ironing paper
Product helps develop hand to eye coordination
Enhances color and shape recognition
For ages 5 and up

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Product Description This huge jar holds 22,000 activity beads in a vast variety of colors in both transparent and solid styles, ironing paper, and complete instructions. All beads are made of LDPE: a food-grade plastic containing no harmful chemicals. Recommended for children ages 5 and up. WARNING: Choking Hazard-small parts. Not for children under 3 years. From the Manufacturer This Perler Beads Jar contains 22,000 multi mix beads. Use the bright colored perler beads to design your own projects. Create designs for keychains coasters or just for fun. Designed to be used with Perler Pegboards and Ironing Paper. For Ages 5 and up.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Great variety of colors! |
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    There are 30 different colors and there seems to be equal amounts of all the colors. I posted a picture of the beads sorted out into a bead box in the customer photos section. Sorting them can be tedious. They're super fun for all ages; my roommates and I are all in our mid to late 20s and we're constantly making things with them. The jar comes with sheets of ironing paper and instructions. The only things you need to get separate are pegboards and an iron. These are the peg boards: Perler Beads Clear Square Pegboards 4 Pack This is the bead box we got to go with them (it is the perfect size and just the right amount of compartments): Darice 1157-11 No Spill Organizer 13.7-Inch-by-8.6-Inch-by-1.37-Inch
  2. 5 out of 5

    The only review you will need |
    Verified Purchase

    I recently started to make video game sprites out of perler beads. The one thing I noticed with all of these reviews is that no one listed what the 30 colors that are included in this jar actually are. (And this is very important if you want to buy in bulk like this jar) I figured it was best if I just posted a picture of the individual colors, so all of you can just see for yourselves. Please see the images of this product for the remainder of this review. This product is awesome as far as value and quality goes, but as other reviewers have stated, sorting is...tedious. They do include 3 large pieces of ironing papers as well. I hope this helps beaders now and in the future!
  3. 4 out of 5

    So much fun! |
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    Love these! My daughter and I have had so much fun being creative with these beads. They're durable and melt together well. It's a little difficult to find the colors you need for a given project in this huge bucket but after painstakingly separating them we discovered there were 30 different colors, so that's a great selection for a great price. I would definitely recommend these if you're just buying some to play around with but maybe not for specific projects, especially if they're larger ones.
  4. 5 out of 5

    These are great! |
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    These little beads are the greatest. You do need a pegboard to do this though. If you already have a few, get this jar. You can print ideas at thier website, then the kids can count the beads and match the colors, making it educational as well. A parent does need to iron them, but at 20 secs each, it doesn't take long. The 22,000 container has about 40 different color shades, and the possabilities are endless.
  5. 5 out of 5

    A LOT OF BEADS |
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    there are A LOT of beads here. If you don't need a specific color than this is a good buy but there will be a lot of time spent separating the beads. Perfect if you are just starting out making designs though
  6. 5 out of 5

    Fun to clean up! |
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    I absolutely LOVE having my kids spill this all over the table, onto the chairs and all over my floor. I am in LOVE with the pinging sound it makes in the vacuum cleaner as I go over them. And, it's so fun to watch my puppies and kitties chase them across the floor and see them in the litter box or in their 'bathroom' duties. Talk about some colorful poo! Okay - that was total sarcasm. My kids are totally into making bead craft projects. They make me magnets for my filing cabinet at work, my fridge, their lockers - it's become a lot of fun for our entire family to sit down and create characters or whatever. We made Angry Bird Christmas ornaments one year and decorated our tree in Angry Birds (not really Christmas-y, but it was a fun family project). My kids make their Valentine Cards with these - just a lot of fun. So, yes, they're a pain to clean up when they are dumped everywhere (by accident, of course), but it's worth it. This was a great Christmas gift for them... However, I was so outdone. I bought them this 22,000 count bead jar. My parents bought them another 750,000 in individual colors or buckets that are 'themes'. Great price and in the area I live in, these are hard to find. Wal-Mart carries their version of 'melty-beads' and I'm sorry - they are not the original Perler Beads. These melt like they should and hold up like they should. Very happy with them!
  7. 5 out of 5

    I made the best of the chaos |
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    These are well made fusion beads that are uniform in size and melt evenly, far beyond the quality of the no name big box store junk. This also has a couple ironing papers buried inside. Initially, I too, felt the horror as I looked at this big jar of beads and wondered why I ordered it. After an hour or so of trying to divide the colors into a compartment container, I gave up and went to bed. The next morning I re-thought my tactic and realized I didn't HAVE to organize them, I made the best of the chaos. Now when I have the urge to make something (lately it's been Minecraft related) I just put a handful in a bowl and pick out the colors I need, rinse repeat.
  8. 5 out of 5

    Great selection, great price and an amazing amount of beads! |
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    22,000 Perler beads. Wondering how much that is? I dumped my jug out into three empty buckets from the Sunny Days, Sea Life, and 6000 bead buckets. The jug filled all three up to the brim. Lots of great colors and after sorting one bucket I took a picture. This is one third of the original jug of 22,000 Perler Beads sorted into an empty Darice No Spill organizer box. It seems that there is an equal amount of beads of each of 30 colors. I am now on my second jug and this the by far the cheapest way to get them. Also when I shopped around in my local area, Walmart carried no perler beads at all in their craft section, and JoAnn Fabrics sold the very same jug for $24.99, a full ten dollars more than it currently sells for on Amazon. I have not been able to beat the prices on Amazon for any of the Perler items.
  9. 5 out of 5

    GENUINE Perler Beads can't be beat! |
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    Yep, we ran out of Perler beads. This jar was the answer to our problems and I knew they would at least last a little longer if I bought in a larger quantity. Genuine Perler beads, not the cheap knock-offs. (Don't make that mistake like I did- the knock-offs DO NOT fuse together like they should and you have to use your iron at the highest setting and after 15 minutes of messing around I finally had to MASH the iron against the knock-offs to get them to even halfway fuse together. Plus the finished product was ridiculously brittle.) Pay the extra money, buy the real thing, and save yourself a lot of frustration. After you (or your kids) spend hours putting together an image, you don't want to have all your hard work destroyed/warped by a cheap product. Trust me on this.
  10. 5 out of 5

    Great Price, 30 colors! |
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    This is the best deal around for pearler beads. It is kind of a pain to sort them out if you want a lot of one color, but it's worth it for the price difference. There are 30 different colors, from 3 different "groups", standard colors, neons, and translucents. My only complaint is that there is no "true" orange. There are two very similar yellow/orange colors (which I'm calling Gold and dark yellow) but neither is a bold orange. Standard Colors (Red, gold, yellow, green, cornflower blue, indigo, purple, brown, light brown, tan, light grey, black, white) Neons (raspberry, fuchsia, tangerine, coral, dark yellow, lime green, seafoam green, teal, turquoise, sky blue, orchid purple, lavender) Translucents ( Pink, orange, yellow, green, clear) <- The Translucents are also neon-y.