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Highest Quality Unusual Sequins (rrp $3 - save 33%)

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  • Image of Highest Quality Unusual Sequins (rrp $3 - save 33%)
  • Image of Highest Quality Unusual Sequins (rrp $3 - save 33%)

Be the first to grab some of our unusual sequins. Highest quality - I think they are from Japan, but leave me to check on that, because I forgot to ask! The shop I purchased them with had the picture bead embroidered of the girl on a swing, and kindly let me have a photo. Have a look in the tree, and you will see how these sequins have been used to depict the leaves.

I'm sure you will be able to use them in lots of different ways for embroidery or papercraft, for example lay them in a design to form a leaf just from the sequins, and sew or glue them down. Or you might like to use them as petals on a flower, with a central circle put in the middle to keep them down.

I do have some very 'hard to acquire' cupped 3mm sequins coming, but they take a while to collate and photograph etc. These photos were taken inside a small cardboard box, and I found the light kept them true to their colour (on my monitor, anyway). So sorry about the edges of the pics!

The colours are very much lighter when you have a sequin on it's own, and of course if you are using a backing this will change the end colour tone anyway. I purchased the colours with the most 'blendability' (how's that word!) so that you can have them either fade or pop on the designs.

I would describe these colours (and I know little about sequins, so don't know the politically correct sequin terms) as:

Silver Laser
Lime Rainbow
Pale Yellow Rainbow
Olive Picasso (because it seems like there are weird blobs of dark and light on them!)

Each bag is for 1 gram, which I worked out would be up to about 800 sequins. You do, however, receive the little centre section as well LOL so do open them up on a piece of paper or material, so you can pick them all up again to put back into their bag!