Beading Press Releases
Get the latest jewelry-making news from Fire Mountain Gems and Beads. New product announcements, new jewelry-making and style resources, beading or beader's community events and more. This section gives you a direct link to what's hot in the beading world for your designing, fashion and business needs.
New fishhook earwires in six electro-coated colors let designers completely color-coordinate earrings. The resilient colors are applied evenly to the entire earwire surface, including wire ends.
Add metallic embellishment to jewelry and fashion accessories using 10 new styles of finished brass hot-fix rhinestuds. Rhinestuds bond to most surfaces and can be used alone or paired with hot-fix rhinestones for studded style with extra sparkle.
New portable LED Foldi™ lamp provides bright natural light anywhere you need it. Sleek folding design is ideal for travel and craft shows.
New Product Releases
The versatile Oh! Ring™ is now available in NEW trend-inspired glow-in-the-dark and neon colors. Soft, flexible and latex-free silicone rubber Oh! Ring components can be used as a spacer, link or bead.
New sterling silver-filled findings--crimp beads, bead tips and more--let jewelry makers bring the visual value of precious metal to even the most basic design details.
No more crying over spilled beads! Simply squeeze the Bead Stopper™ onto your stringing material to prevent beads from sliding off. Convenient new combo pack includes four mini and four original size bead stoppers.
New Product Releases
A popular customer request, this new selection of occupation themed charms includes a doctor bag, fire engine, fire hydrant, firefighter hat, medical symbol (caduceus), nurse cap and police badge--all made in the U.S.A.
Announcing new Shrinky Dinks® Jewelry-Making Sets! Three sets, featuring four sheets of either clear, black or Frosted Ruff N' Ready™ shrinkable plastic, come with sterling silver-filled findings for turning shrink plastic focals and components into finished designs.
The Hill Tribes silversmiths of Thailand have introduced a new line of affordable plated jewelry components on both brass and copper bases. The artisans also developed a new selection of links, drops, focals and clasps styled for the American market with smoother, simpler, more elegant designs.