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    April 03, 2020

    Large-Hole Beads

    Large Hole Beads will provide you with a variety of smart and creative solutions to keep large hole beads where you want them. From bugle beads to earring stoppers, these innovative solutions will make sure you never shy away from using large art beads again.  They are simple and yet pretty enough to use on your most lavishly looking pieces. Jewelry makers love to use large hole beads in their designs because large hole beads are versatile in jewelry making. You
    can string them to chains, suede cord, leather cord, ribbons and any other thicker stringing materials. European beads are not only the most common large hole beads, but also available in various materials. Among the wide range of materials, rhinestone European beads are shining and I think they are the most beautiful ones. These glistening rhinestone beads bring beauty to your designed beadworks and they are perfect for jewelry decoration. There are also many other types of large hole beads, such like rhinestone space beads, big hole pearl beads
    and so on. 

    Working with large hole beads gemstone is easy once you know how to do so. Using authentic materials means your jewelry will last for longer, so always purchase your supplies from an authentic dealer americanbeadcorp.com can help you.



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