30 days of return

  3-5 days of delivery

  Danish brand

  +150 wholesalers

  Available in 9 countries

  Recommended age: +8 years

Frequently asked questions

How do I tie an adjustable knot bracelet?

Answer:  To tie a bracelet with a jsutable knot, you need nylon cord. You can use a 0.8mm string to pull through the beads. You can see under techniques > bracelet > adjustable knot. 

See link to techniques for bracelets  here.


    How do I use an o-ring?

    Answer:  An o-ring is typically used to attach a clasp to a chain or a pendant to a bracelet, chain or earring.

    • See the technique "Tips and tricks"  here.


    How do I make earrings?

    Answer:  If you want to design your own jewelry, the only limit is your imagination. You can design earrings on a chain, with wire, pendants for hoops, etc. We recommend letting you be inspired below.

    • Se "Inspiration Gallery" her.
    • See techniques "Earrings"  here.


    What is eye and win?

    Answer:  Eye and twists can be used to make pendants for earrings, bracelets, necklaces, anklets, etc. This is the most important technique to learn and then you will be able to make your own jewelry, professionally.

    It is important to practice this technique a lot to get great gains:

    • See the technique "Eye and windings"  here.


    How do I close a bracelet or necklace?

    Answer:  You can close your necklaces with laces and a clasp. We recommend that you watch our video below.

    • Se "Tips og tricks" her.
    • See techniques for "necklace"  here.


    How do I tie a tight elastic knot that won't come up?

    Answer:  We have spent a long time finding the right silicone elastic for you. We have found the best, which is now in all our boxes, and you can also buy it directly in the store. We recommend that you follow the techniques below when tying your knot for the first time.

    • See the technique "Elastic and knot"  here.

    Jewelery and spare parts

    Elastic bracelet 

    For elastic bracelets, we recommend that you use our silicone elastic, which you can find in the store. We would also recommend that you watch our technique video the first time you tie an elastic band. 

    • S hop "Silicone elastic cord"  here.

    • See the technique "Elastic bracelet"  here.



    Necklaces can be made on elastic, nylon cord, chain, sire, silk cord, thread. Our chains are either plated with 18K gold, or with 925S sterling silver. If you want to design a pendant for a chain, you can use the "Eye and twists" technique.

    • Shop chains  here .
    • Shop wire (also remember locks, o-rings and wire clamps)  here.
    • Shop nylon cord her.
    • Shop nylonledning her.
    • See technique for knot between pearls  here.
    • See the technique for closing a necklace on wire  here.
    • See technique for installing lock and eye  here. 
    • Se "Tips og tricks" her.
    • See technique for how to make an "adjustable knot" (for necklace on nylon cord)  here .
    • See technique for the eye and wins  here.


    Hoops are a really popular piece of jewelry. The earrings can be decorated with jewelry wire and pearls - or with pendants made on pearl rods / jewelry wire or pendants with a loop in them. The possibilities are endless with these earrings.

    The technique "Eye and windings" can be recommended for pendants that must be hung on the creole. Jewelry thread should preferably be 0.5 or thinner when you need to thread the beads directly onto the frame. You can also choose a slightly thicker thread, just be aware that the thread must be able to get through the bead holes and that the thread must be soft. (gauge)

    • See the technique "Eye and windings"  here.
    • Buy our hangers  here.



    Carabiner lock / Spring lock:
    The most common locks we include in our jewelry boxes are either carabiner locks or spring locks. In both locks there is a small loop, which must be mounted in a chain via an eyelet.

    • Se "Tips og tricks" her. 

    When choosing an S-lock, it is a good idea to only open one side of the S-lock so that an eye can come down over an "S". If both are open, the necklace risks opening itself and falling off.

    Ball chain lock:
    It is important that you measure your ball chain length long enough for you to take it over your head, as the ball chain lock is not designed to open and close more than once. And that's when you install the lock from the start. When you need to install the chain in the lock, you open the ball chain lock by taking your pliers and expanding the lock itself slightly at both ends. When the ends of the ball chain are clicked into each end of the lock, you can "squeeze" the lock firmly around the balls - easily and quietly, so you don't scratch the lock too much.


    Nylon cord

    We are satisfied with our nylon cord, which we use in almost all of our boxes. The thickness of the string is 0.8 mm, and can therefore pass through almost all beads with a hole size of 0.9 m and up. Except for freshwater pearls and other similar pearls with very small holes. Glass beads, Greenlandic pearls, real semi-precious stones etc. can easily be added.

    You can either make a bracelet or necklace from nylon cord with adjustable technique. You can also tie or braid nylon cord. 

    • See the "adjustable knot" technique  here.


    A pearl rod is one of the most important parts in the jewelry boxes. With it you can make pendants that hang elegantly and nicely. The technique used is called "Eye and windings". If you've run out of beading rods, you can always use jewelry wire.

    • See the "eye and twists" technique  here.
    • Se "Tips og tricks" her.


    You can design earrings where only your imagination sets the limits. We would recommend you to be inspired by our universe and then find the desired techniques.

    • See our universe of inspiration  here.
    • See techniques for "earrings"  here.


    An o-ring is a round ring that is either open or closed. All our o-rings are open, so they can be easily mounted on a lock / chain. 

    • Buy the o-ring  here.
    • See the technique "Tips and tricks"  here.