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frazzled74 Sun 28-Nov-10 22:18:05

dd7 has never had these ,which set should i buy as a starter set?

DandyDan Mon 29-Nov-10 07:45:07

Just a buge tub of basic beads, with some extra bags of "special" types - glow-in-dark, and fluorescent colours; along with some basic shape templates - square, circle, star, heart, hexagon. Gives them the freedom to make what patterns they want without feeling they've got it wrong or being limited by a "person shape" etc.

EduStudent Mon 29-Nov-10 13:30:22

Ikea do their own version which is cheaper (and compatible with real Hama stuff). Agree with Dandy, go for the basic shapes rather than the sets that make Disney figures or whatever.

Oh, and be prepared for a million 'coasters' wink

DaftApeth Mon 29-Nov-10 13:33:25

I prefer aqua beads because I don't have to get the iron out grin

They all hurt your feet when you stand on the stay ones though grin

catinthehat2 Mon 29-Nov-10 13:37:08

I never managed to get Aquabeads to stick together.
Hama beads are really not bad, I would have loved them in my day. Also agree with DD's comments.

Seona1973 Mon 29-Nov-10 15:13:04

I prefer bindeez as you dont need the iron.

DaftApeth Tue 30-Nov-10 08:28:55

Are bindeez and aqua beads more or less the same thing?

Seona1973 Tue 30-Nov-10 13:49:01

yes I think they - you do the bead design on a plastic tray and spray with water to join them together.

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