I’ve been selling Hama Beads for a very long time now; when I started there was only one other place online to buy them and you had to print off an order form and send it to them. We’d been thoroughly enjoying playing with them for a lot longer than that; the reason I started to sell them was because I found them such an amazing toy for settling my thoroughly manic daughter (Fran) down to something for more than 30 seconds at a time.
Frankly, given we are a house full of OCD Asperger-y people with a Hama fetish, the most surprising thing is that it has taken till today to do this.
Oh how I have lusted after proper Hama Bead storage, that age old problem that bothered me and my lovely friends for long nights while we sat patiently sorting bead colours out by hand… (really, we did.)
I can tell you, being on the lower end of the family OCD spectrum, that those boxes are not in code order, nor do we have every colour of Hama Bead available. I can also say with a fair degree of certainty, that when Max comes home, they will be rearranged with spaces for missing colours 😆
The biggest problem with beading is you end up with these.
Frankly, I am perfectly capable of sorting these out and I need to be saved from myself.. so… would you like them instead?
Here’s the deal:-
Guess the weight of the tub of beads and let me know (in grams) in the comments.
If you have a storage idea for Hama, leave another comment with that and a link to a photo of it if you wish 😆
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The prize is this tub full of beads, some boards and 5 packs of individual colours of your choice. (There may be included rabbit food, I can’t promise the beads are uncontaminated!)
If you have a blog and you’d like to review some Hama for free like these bloggers did then let me know in a comment and leave a link to your blog and you might just get the chance!
Competition is open to UK and will close on 14th March at midnight.