Multi-purposing your art beads: Beadable pen findings (& more)

March 27, 2009

Rings & Things has introduced a popular line of beadable-pen findings, perfect for displaying art beads!

These pens are the perfect partner for any bead artisan’s wares. (Lampwork? Clay? The possibilities go on…) They’re also a great way of showing customers that they can “multi-purpose” any beads they buy from you.

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Artists can set off the charms of their glass, ceramic, metal or other bead creations to maximum advantage by pairing them with a choice of pen colors. A range of seven hues, from pearl white or matte silver to burgundy or copper, is on hand.

Made of genuine brass alloy, these blue-ink beadable ballpoints have an anodized finish. Each pen is 6″ long with a 2.5″ beadable section (adjustable by 0.125″). The pen nib retracts with a twist. The rod (mandrel) is 3/32″, perfect for showing off lampwork beads with 2.5mm holes or greater. The metal casing has good heft, unlike plastic varieties. The shorter threads of the rod screw into the base of the pen.

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These pens become even more of a permanent treasure with the addition of optional ink refills. Refills are offered separately in either black or blue ink.

We carry an ever-growing line of ‘beadable’ specialty findings, from magnifying glasses to lighter covers to bookmarks. Keep an eye on our site for more new items that you can bead in various ways!

Have a favorite beadable finding? Looking for one but haven’t found just the right thing yet? Leave a comment below to talk about it!

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  • Dawno March 27, 2009 at 2:38 pm

    I’d be interested in simple beadable hair accessories. I know I could glue, sew or wire wrap beads on to combs or barrette blanks, but something that had a hinged wire to add beads to and then cap off with the clip part underneath (I could draw it a lot better than describe it) would be really handy.

  • justatish March 28, 2009 at 1:39 pm

    i need to look into this more – i just got a great idea for promo’s…thanks R & T!

  • my troll beads October 2, 2009 at 2:46 pm

    cool stuff i’ll love to get pen with beads

  • Dave Robertson October 6, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    Let me know how you use it if you buy one from us!