They are available in 6 mm, 8 mm and 10 mm sizes with an approximate 0.5 mm hole size. There is a cosmos of colours available including Lilac shadow, light siam, blue shade and peridot and they can be purchased in packs of 50 or 10, all at attractive prices.
As part of the Swarovski family Crystal Globe beads have received a high focus on attention in terms of craftsmanship and quality. Each with an immaculately smooth surface merged with double ring contours around the middle, these beads are the new ‘must have’ jewellery item.
Once you have set eyes on these beads you will probably have a labyrinth of ideas waiting to be realised. If you would like an initial starting point why not try making a tiara or head band.
Bridal wear is often embellished with Swarovksi Crystal Globe Beads, from headwear, to veils and bridesmaids’ dresses. Top-end designers don’t want to miss out on these beautiful Swarovski Crystal Globe beads either and some of the most coveted fashion creations include them.
If you would like to create a stunning stand-out piece of jewellery then why not combine the globe beads with other Swarovski elements like Swarovski star beads, bicones or faceted round beads for the ultimate sparkle.
For further tips have a look at The Bead Shop’s wide selection of jewellery making books comprising of endless ideas for all different types of beads.
For every jewellery or craft making venture you will need some essential tools to get your project off the ground and finished to a high standard. Have a look through our jewellery making equipment page for items like polishing cloths, storage boxes and beading mats.
The Bead Shop’s stringing materials and jewellery findings pages will also offer some practical assistance when it comes to piecing together your beads.
If it’s more tips and help you require then thumb through some of our blog posts. Our bead-enthusiasts are able to offer some of the most up to date style advice; like how to make statement jewellery, how to make a festive Swarovski necklace or bracelet as well as how to bring glamour to gothic jewellery.