I often find that the holes for beads I'd like to use for earrings are too big and then wobble on the wire. For hollow beads, I've tried filling with seed beads, but it hasn't worked out too well. I know there's a finding that's like a bead cap with an end that fits into the hole, but there isn't much of a selection and I don't usually like the styles. I'd like for the bead to stay centered and then add a cap (or not) that I like. Thanks for any help!
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