Bag of Reusable Water Beads Only $6.99 (Makes 20,000 Beads for Decorating, Sensory Play & More)

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These Water Beads Are SOOO Addicting! 😍

If you’re looking for a fun way to decorate your house, water your plants OR even use for sensory play, you may want to snag these addicting and highly rated MarvelBeads Water Beads on Amazon!

These reusable, non-toxic and eco-friendly Water Beads are extremely easy to make! Just place a teaspoon of the tiny beads in a large container and add 3 cups of water. Then, allow the beads to soak for 6-10 hours and when the beads reach the desirable size, just drain using a strainer.

Be sure not to leave fully soaked beads in water for more than 2 days as they will break easier or get moldy.

I recently purchased these awesome Water Beads on Amazon for $6.99 and have a slight addiction to them. I can’t stop touching them and putting my hands in the bowl! 😍 Plus, my kiddos LOVE playing with them and told me that they wished they could swim in a bead-filled pool this summer! 😉

One 8oz bag makes 20,000 Water Beads! WOW!

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  1. Heather

    I must agree. Once you touch them you can’t stop touching. My son’s occupation therapist introduced us to them and they are great. We’ve even passed them as part of party favors. (Purchased the large bad and then split it.)

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      How cool! Thanks for sharing Heather! Glad to hear you enjoy them as well! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Tara

    Thank you! I just bought them! So excited for my kids to give them a try!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome Tara!

  3. Jessi

    How does the reusable part work? Do you dehydrate them?

    • Keri

      We have some of these, you lay them out to dry up, then can reuse them. Just FYI dry these out after a few days of sensory play cuz they start to stink!!! We threw some of the first ones out because they smelled up.

  4. Daisy

    Can we also use this to make homemade ice pack??

  5. Mindy

    i bought a large bag of these and we used them to make stress balls. Big hit with the teens at work.

    • kim

      How did you make them??? ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Vironika

      I’ve heard about that before! How do you make stress balls with these??
      My son is ADHD and those would help tremendously.

  6. momo

    I’m interested in purchasing some water beads but theres so many to choose from. Any recommendations on which kind(brand) is best?

    • Katie

      We like the ones in the Dollar Tree floral aisle. They usually have clear, green, and blue.

  7. Melissa

    I’ve bought the ones from Dollar Tree or 99cent store. These are good to use in a foot spa it just feels so relaxing and neat. It’s just like the Orbeez but cheaper. You can do the same thing with the floral beads as the Orbeez .

    • momo

      The K & M ๐Ÿ˜‰

  8. Em

    I put these in my kids water table outside. They love it

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