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Hama Bead Medallion

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Create your own colourful necklaces or medallions using Hama beads (or other melting beads). They are quick and easy but very rewarding to make.



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Time: 20 minutes
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Hama beads (or other melting beads) and mounting board
Ironing paper (or baking paper)
Iron
Ribbon
Skewer

Method
Arrange the melting beads on the mounting board in a circle shape then fill in the middle with your own design.



Hama beads, Hama bead medallion, Hama bead medal, Hama bead tutorial, Hama bead ideas, things to make with Hama beads


Cover with the non stick paper.
Iron on a medium heat until the beads have fused together. An adult should do this step for safety.



Hama beads, Hama bead medallion, Hama bead medal, Hama bead tutorial, Hama bead ideas, things to make with Hama beads




Hama beads, Hama bead medallion, Hama bead medal, Hama bead tutorial, Hama bead ideas, things to make with Hama beads


When cooled, remove the paper and peel the medallion off the mounting board.



Hama beads, Hama bead medallion, Hama bead medal, Hama bead tutorial, Hama bead ideas, things to make with Hama beads


Poke a hole at the top of the medallion with a skewer.
Attach ribbon through the hole to finish your necklace or medallion.



Hama beads, Hama bead medallion, Hama bead medal, Hama bead tutorial, Hama bead ideas, things to make with Hama beads




Hama beads, Hama bead medallion, Hama bead medal, Hama bead tutorial, Hama bead ideas, things to make with Hama beads


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#Any age
#Easy
#Hama beads
#Beads
#Jewellery
#Necklace
#Medallion
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