These 4mm pearls are available in packs of 100. You can choose from a range of colours. Please look through the gallery photos to see images of each colour. Then select the one(s) you want from the drop-down menu above. The colours are all dyed.
I have used these pearls regularly and not experienced any problems with them. On the odd occasion, you may find that two pearls have become glued together in the dyeing process. If I spot any like this when I am packaging them, I will remove them. However, if you find any in your pack, just use a fingernail to carefully prise them apart.
These are available on request if you need to colour match.
What can I do with my 4mm pearls?
Personally I just love pearls. Something about their lustre is just so appealing. The 4mm size can be strung on their own. However, I tend to use them more often as embellishment in projects. If you scroll on down, you will see some additional project suggestions. In all of these, I have used the 4mm pearls alongside other seed beads or shaped beads.
So, I love that they are available in so many different colours. I enjoy using them to add this depth of colouring and texture to a project.
These particular pearls have good-sized holes. So, this will allow you to pass through them multiple times as you work.
If you are looking for ‘expensive’ or ‘real’ pearls, these are not. You will be thinking of freshwater or cultured pearls. These are lightweight and of course much cheaper. So, if you are wanting to purchase materials for simply stringing pearls, I suggest you try searching for higher quality items. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with these. They will keep their colour and they are fun to use. However, I think of them as embellishing materials, rather than true pearls.
If you have any questions, or need more information, then please contact me. I am always happy to help.