More Hama Crafting

Ice-cream Sundae
Ice-cream Sundae

Fancy an ice-cream Sundae?

What would be your favourite flavor?

Tiger girl and I started doing Hama Bead Crafting last month. Since then we have done a couple of new pieces and as you can see her current obsession is on ice-cream.

A  Cherry Popsicle.
A Cherry Popsicle.

Tiger girl has been having a cough so I have made her refrained from  eating ice-cream. We have been “making” ice-cream though using the beads.

A Ballerina
A Ballerina

Besides food related items that we made this ballerina which Tiger girl spotted on Pinterest.  My little girl loves pink and insisted that we started creating this particular one after printing out the template.

Pink Horse
Pink Horse

My girl really loves Pink. You can see the color here in this horse which we created. I added on the “Cutie mark” to this creation as it was suppose to be a relative to the My Little Pony series of Ponies which we created earlier on.

Rainbow bear and Love -A-Lot Bear
Rainbow bear and Love -A-Lot Bear

Besides ponies Tiger girl loves bears too. We create Rainbow Bear and Love -A-Lot bear based on the templates we found. I remember back then when I was  a child we used to watch the Care Bears on TV and I had a Love- A-Lot soft toy to cuddle.

Tiger girl with her fancy mask
Tiger girl with her fancy mask

Holding the Hama craft creations to play with is so much more fun then just seeing them in 2D. We created this mask using disposable chopsticks as the “stick” to support it. Surprisingly the hama beads were quite heavy and we required two sticks instead of one for the handle.

Totoro Keychain
Totoro Keychain

Besides creating Hama crafts with the girl I made this Totoro Keychain above as a Valentine’s Day present for another friend of mine.

What have you been creating lately?

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56 thoughts on “More Hama Crafting”

  1. Interesting. This is great activity for children to hone their creativity. Your creations are too cute, I specifically love bear. 🙂

  2. Hari OM
    Curious things – like a cross between Lego and jigsaw puzzles! My crafting is pretty much limited to crocheting warm blankets these days! YAM xx

    1. @Chin Chin,
      I bought them online from Taobao through a forwarder in Singapore. Ordered online from China as it’s cheaper then buying directly in the stores here.

  3. This is so cute! At first akala ko it was cross stitching, kasi parehong pareho, but if you take a look closer, they are beads! They are the cutest! <3

  4. These are SO cute! I remember making things like these when I was a child – so glad to see that kids still love them today! And I love that Totoro!

    1. @Donna,
      not much difference just that the 3D ones are fused together by superglue and are made with many layers not just one. It can be DIY actually 🙂

  5. I have seen you do all these crafts on IG and FB. So cool! It is also nice that you can create the craft together with tiger girl.

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