Beads for Jewelry Making at BeadFX!

Beads & Jewelry Making Supplies and …

Jewelry making supplies are our specialty.  Over 25,000 products are here to help you make beautiful jewellery using all of the latest tools, techniques and beads from around the world.  We carry everything for making your own jewelry, including all the glass and crystal beads for making jewelry to the large selection of stringing materials and findings components to make it sparkle.  We have knowledgeable, experienced staff to help you make your project a success.  All of the Beads for Making Jewelry that you can imagine – and hundreds more to keep your creative side busy.

We have an impressive selection of Swarovski Crystals in hundreds of styles, sizes and colors.  Swarovski Elements Pendants & Swarovski Crystal Pearls are also here in most colors too!

Do you need Miyuki Delica Cylinders Beads or Miyuki Seedbeads (round)?  We have over 2,000 colors, sizes and package sizes to fill all your project needs.  Toho Seedbeads are our second huge selection of Japanese Seedbeads,

Czech seedbeads from both Preciosa-Ornela and Jablonex are stocked in hundreds of colors and 6 sizes.

How do I put it all together

We have most Stringing Supplies including needles in Griffin Silk, Fireline, SoftFlex beading cable, C-Lon Beading Cord & Thread and dozens of others including Hemp Cord, and we have several types of stretchy cord for those easy and simple projects too.  And all those metal pieces to hold everything together to tie it together like clasps & connectors.

What can I do with Natural Semi-Precious Gemstones

Jade stones, Laboradorite, Amazonite and another 70 Natural stone beads are in our selection, many from Dakota Stones who provide beautiful quality stones at a reasonable price.

Enjoy our huge selection. There is no need to create an account, but once you do, you can log in to have access to any special pricing, use our “Save for Later” shopping cart, and ensure that any preferences you’ve set or items you’ve placed in your cart will still be there when you return, even as you move from your phone to your computer to your laptop to your tablet to “whatever they will invent next!”

Yes, We are open to the public serving all of the U.S. and Canada online.

Got a question? Call Tollfree 1-877-473-2323 or email info@beadfx.com

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  • Miyuki Spacer Beads September 23, 2021

    Beads in spaaaace! Beads from Space? No, wait, Spacer Beads! Small beads to fill in the gaps! Three types of spacer beads from Miyuki – thinner and smaller and designed to fill in those nooks and crannies in your designs to make all the bigger beads work so well.

    First up – the 3mm Spacer beads

    MSPR3-4202 Japanese Seedbeads - 3mm Miyuki Spacer Beads - Duracoat Galvanized GoldMSPR3-188 Japanese Seedbeads - 3mm Miyuki Spacer Beads - Metallic Purple Gold IrisMSPR3-190 Japanese Seedbeads - 3mm Miyuki Spacer Beads - Nickel PlatedMSPR3-2001 Japanese Seedbeads - 3mm Miyuki Spacer Beads - Matte Gunmetal

    and then the 2.2mm Spacer Beads

    MSPR22-4202 Japanese Seedbeads - 2.2mm Miyuki Spacer Beads - Duracoat Galvanized GoldMSPR22-188 Japanese Seedbeads - 2.2mm Miyuki Spacer Beads - Metallic Purple Gold IrisMSPR22-190 Japanese Seedbeads - 2.2mm Miyuki Spacer Beads - Nickel PlatedMSPR22-2001 Japanese Seedbeads - 2.2mm Miyuki Spacer Beads - Matte Gunmetal

    And finally – the 2.8mm Triangle spacer beads.

    MSPTR28-4202 Japanese Seedbeads - 2.8mm Miyuki Triangle Spacer Beads - Duracoat Galvanized GoldMSPTR28-188 Japanese Seedbeads - 2.8mm Miyuki Triangle Spacer Beads - Metallic Purple Gold IrisMSPTR28-190 Japanese Seedbeads - 2.8mm Miyuki Triangle Spacer Beads - Nickel PlatedMSPTR28-2001 Japanese Seedbeads - 2.8mm Miyuki Triangle Spacer Beads - Matte Gunmetal

    All available in coordinated colorway of about 30 metallic and earthy tones to blend nicely and accent your design.

    So, one or two of you may be asking, how are these different from “O Beads” – which we have had for some time (2014, actually). The O beads are a little larger – labeled 4mm – actually more like 3.8. The O beads are Czech-made, vs Miyuki, as well. So the new spacers are, well, spacer-y. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Designed to support your designs.

    s39080 Czech Seedbeads -  O Beads - Crystal Sliperits39085 Czech Seedbeads -  O Beads - Hematite

    Excuse me! Excuse me!!!

    Yes – you in the back there.

    What about the Toho Demi Rounds? How do they compare to those?

    So glad you asked! The Toho Demi Rounds come in two sizes (well, we have two sizes) – 8/0 and 11/0.

    The 8/0s are 3mm x 1.15mm – and lots more colors

    tn08221 Japanese Seedbeads - 8/0 3mm Toho Demi Round Seedbeads - Bronzetn08504 Japanese Seedbeads - 8/0 3mm Toho Demi Round Seedbeads - Higher Metallic Iris Violet

    And the 11/0s are 2.2mm x .9. Also lossa colors.

    tn11204 Japanese Seedbeads - 11/0 2.2mm Toho Demi Round Seedbeads - Gold Lustered Montana Bluetn11505 Japanese Seedbeads - 11/0 2.2mm Toho Demi Round Seedbeads - Higher Metallic Dragonfly

    Shall we summarize?

    Miyuki Spacer 3mm 1.3
    Miyuki Spacer 2.2 1.7
    Miyuki Spacer Triangle 2.8 1.3
    Czech O Beads 3.8 1
    Toho Demi Round 8/0 3 1.15
    Toho Demi Round 11/0 2.2 0.9

    Never let it be said that we don’t give you lots of options!

    As always – all the new stuff is here. Cheers!


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  • What Color is Silver?

    Have you ever found yourself wondering – what color is silver? Is silver just a super shiny grey? If you didn’t think of silver as being, oh, “special” – what would you call it? You know, the base color, without the shiny metallic look.

    I’m not sure.

    I am going to hazard a guess that the good folks making beads may not being in total agreement either.

    There are a number of Czech seed beads that are labelled – by the manufacturers – as Metallic Silver.

    And then, there are others, labelled Metallic Silver [Terra].

    And when you put them side by side …

    They aren’t even remotely like each other. At least, not to my artsy eyeballs, and if you spend any time beading, painting, dyeing, or otherwise coloring stuff – I’m guessing you don’t see them as being similar either.

    And yet – I’m hard pressed not to call either one “silver.”

    So what do you think? Are they both silver? Is one more silver-y than the other? If one is grey – what is the other? Beige?

    Weigh-in with your thoughts in the comments below.