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The Elusive List of Colors From Perler 11,000-22,000 Jars

11/18/2014 Laura Watkins 13 Comments

For beginners, I've always recommended getting the 11,000 or 22,000 count Perler bead jars from Amazon. Like I've said before, these jars come with a great variety of colors (30 colors, to be precise), and the price is cheaper than I've found anywhere else. (Please comment if you've found a better deal--I go through beads insanely fast, so I'd love to know!!!)

What's always bugged me is that a list of included colors don't seem to be anywhere, and believe me I've looked! I finally broke down and emailed ES Success Brands (the manufacturer) and asked them, not expecting anything but an automated reply. They actually emailed me back with the list, so I must share!!



Not pictured: Transparent Green, Transparent Pink, Transparent Orange, and Transparent Yellow



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13 comments:

  1. You said 30 colors were included, but only 26 are on the color chart... was that a mistake, or...

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    1. Yes, it was a mistake. Thank you for helping me fix it!

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    2. The transparent colors were not included in the chart. That's why only 26 out of 39 were pictured.

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  2. There are in fact 30 colors included in the bucket. The list is missing transparent green, transparent yellow, transparent pink, and transparent orange. However green is not included in the mix, but parrot green is.

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  3. Is this a list of all colors made or just in the buckets?

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  4. Thank you so much for this list, it is so helpful to know what colors I already have!
    Smiles, DianeM

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    1. Happy to be helpful! Let me know if you have any questions :)

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  5. This is super helpful, thanks so much! Especially since I'm colorblind and some of the colors look very similar to me, your list helps me to sort the beads when I know what colors are supposed to be there. I noticed that "Pastel Green - 80-19053" is listed for two different colors. Is one of them actually "Parrot Green"?

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    1. Oh my goodness I am so sorry! When I was updating the list, I accidentally marked Green/Bright Green as Pastel Green. Thank you for pointing that out!!

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  6. Do you have the list of all of the colors?

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    1. Do you mean a text list of the colors in the multicolored buckets?

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  7. Consumercrafts.com has the 22,000 bucket for 14.97
    https://www.consumercrafts.com/store/details/catalog/kids-jewelry-perler-beads/ek-17000

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