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PYSSLA Beads, mixed colours,

Price £ 9.50/0.6 kg

How to get it

With these PYSSLA bead shapes and beads, you can unleash your imagination and create your own small works of art. Maybe a red heart for a best friend or a colourful flower for dad?

Article Number501.285.72

Product details

Let your creativity flow and create your own colourful designs on PYSSLA bead shapes. Each container has approximately 13,000 beads in different colours.

If you want to make jewellery, necklaces and bracelets you can thread the beads on a string.

Helps the child develop fine motor skills and hand/eye co-ordination.


IKEA of Sweden

Weight & measurements

Width: 12 cm

Height: 18 cm

Weight: 0.60 kg


Lasts for ages.Verified ReviewerI can't buy Hama Beads from any where else now. At IKEA the Hama Beads are very value for money, good quality and you can get the paper, moulds all in one place.5
Great valueVerified ReviewerGreat value5
Lasts for ages.Verified ReviewerI can't buy Hama Beads from any where else now. At IKEA the Hama Beads are very value for money, good quality and you can get the paper, moulds all in one place.5
GreatVerified ReviewerHours of fun5
Value for money beadsVerified ReviewerHours of fun, good for fine motor skills.5
Brilliant for most age groups even the adultsVerified ReviewerThe kids loved them, even the adults. Creating whilst isolating.5
Great for big and small brainsVerified ReviewerWe love these in my family and they are cheap enough to keep our hobby going strong. We find inspiration online and they keep us busy on rainy days. Even the three year old can make a bit.5
Excellent product to have arounD the houseVerified ReviewerIdeal for children and adults, cheaper than other similar products but does the same job. Easy to store and perfect for a rainy day.5
FabVerified ReviewerFantastic kids loved them5
Verified ReviewerVery good value. Appeals to all our grandchildren (ages 4-8) and keeps them occupied for ages.5
Colourful and creative beadsVerified ReviewerNice and simple to create unique works of art5
BeadsVerified ReviewerExcellent value for money keeps kids happy for ages5
Beads..beads and more beads...Verified ReviewerAll is good in abundance...5
Great qualityVerified ReviewerGreat quality for the price5
Time pleaserVerified ReviewerThis product is great for passing the time and getting creative. We spent ages making different images as a family. Downside- can be difficult to arrange the beads with your fingers so recommend buying tweezers. Also no skin coloured beads so making people is out of the question.4
My children love these!Verified ReviewerGreat value, these have lasted ages. My boys love making things from these and keeps them off their electronics!5
Great value beadsVerified ReviewerIt’s a family fun activity perfect for a rainy day! It’s the same as the more expensive brand and the children enjoys getting creative with these beads.5
Good mixVerified ReviewerI found these to be very good value for money. The container was full to the top and as it is resealable keeps the plastic bits from going everywhere. They worked very well picture making and were very easy to peel off the base once cold. Certainly kept three ten year olds busy for several hours !!!5
Verified ReviewerLovely craft supplies, good quality and the kids love them4
Great value for moneyVerified ReviewerThis is my new found hobby. I've made quite a few designs so far and even got the kids involved. Even though the beads are mixed together, you can't go wrong for £6.5

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