The JJB Spook-tacular: Halloween Week
Posted on October 11 2019
We're getting spooky! Get ready for Halloween with these beading projects from Jesse James Beads and Sara Ellis. Get a taste of Fall from every angle with these Halloween and Festive all themed projects.
Project 1: Spook-tacular Halloween Necklace
This project features a random assortment of beads from the Jesse James Beads Halloween By The LB. This beautiful necklace features hauntingly beautiful shades of orange, purple, green, and more. Check out this video tutorial for a look inside beads by the LB and step by step instructions on how to create this necklace.
Project 2: The Ring Master Earrings
Ladies and Gentleman, boys and girls, please turn your attention center stage for the one, the only, Sara Ellis - The Ring Master beads! These black and red beads are sure to bring out your inner circus freak. These fun and easy earrings feature an easy to master wire-wrapping trick that gives them their beautiful teardrop shape. Watch the video here for a step by step tutorial on how to create these beautiful earrings.
Project 3: 2-In-1 Hostess Gift
Fall is all about get togethers, never show up at a party empty handed with this beautiful and easy to make 2-in-1 gift. This gift makes the perfect wine bottle topper or can be worn as a bracelet. These beautiful Pumpkin Spice beads are perfect to wear the entire Fall season. Check out the step by step tutorial here for instructions on how to make your own.
Project 4: Wire Wrapped Sally Earrings
Stitch together your own beautiful set of earrings inspired by The Nightmare Before Christmas with these beautiful Sally beads. These earrings feature a few wire-wrapping techniques to create it's own texture paired with smooth mother of pearl focal beads. Check out the tutorial here for step by step instructions on how to create you own beautiful pair (works with Jack beads too!)
Thank you so much for catching up with us. Stay tuned for more beading education. We release new tutorials every week!
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