I know of the current "lava beads" you mention, the Prosser ones predate them, I think,
Re: Re: I have these in white and coral red -they are prosser types. -- stefany Post Reply Edit Forum Where am I?
Posted by: Joyce Post Reply
07/30/2019, 19:24:20

by some years. "Michael's", a mass retailer of craft supplies here in the U.S. is where I first saw the current version of "lava" beads - which do indeed look lava-like. First they appeared in black, with a suggested gimmick of putting drops of essential oils onto the surface of the beads, so one could have scented beads. Most recent visit to "Michael's" I saw beads of the same material dyed in weird colors. I like the basic black ones, though.



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