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HAMA BEADS 

Danish Christmas Ornaments made from Hama beads

 

Most people are familiar with LEGO, but that is not the only educational toy originating from Denmark. 50 years ago, a Danish company started producing Hama beads. Since that day, millions of children all over the world have let their creativity bloom, making beautiful patterns and motifs in every conceivable color with Hama beads. The beads are still developed, manufactured, packed and shipped from Denmark to more than 40 countries.

 

Hama beads – creative play for growing children

Hama gives children from the age of three a creative challenge. They challenge children’s motor skills, creativity and train their ability to concentrate. As they get older, Hama beads evolve from being an educational toy to a creative hobby that will also prepare them for the next stage in school.

Make your ornaments and a chance to win a large box of Hama Beads!

 

Curious to make you own Danish Christmas ornaments. There is a price at stake for the best ornaments!

Below you will find links to detailed instructions to make the Danish Christmas ornaments as shown in the Danish Christmas display in Gardens by the Bay.

Send us a photo of your ornaments to [email protected] before 9 January. We will draw a winner on 10 January. The winner will be contacted directly by the embassy. The price is a Giant Gift box of fun Hama beads to make a safari theme.

The prize is kindly sponsored by Growing Fun Pte Ltd, retailer of Hama beads in Singapore.

 

Instructions on making Hama beads ornaments

You can use the Danish Hame beads, or other kinds of fuse beads. Hama beads are sold by Growing Fun in their physical store and online. Follow the instructions for the different designs or make your own design. Once you design is done, the beads are ready to be fused together with the heat from an iron. You can also find the instructions for ironing the beads below.

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING DANISH CHRISTMAS HEARTS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING DANISH FLAGS FOR THE CHRISTMAS TREE

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING THE POINSETTIA

HOW TO IRON THE BEADS