It’s no tricks and all treats with The Bead Doctor’s Halloween Horrors, bracelet and earrings tutorial.
Step 1: Gather materials
Find a list of everything you will need below.
Pause the steps at any time by mousing over the slideshow and clicking the pause button. Click the pause button again to continue.
Use the left-right arrows or slide numbers to navigate.
Step 2: Make the bracelet
Cut 30cm of Elasticity and thread it through your selected beads.
Pull the Elasticity tight to gather up the beads and tie a few tight knots.
Trim the excess Elasticity.
Add a dab of clear nail varnish to the knot if you wish.
Step 3: Make the Earrings
Thread a bead onto a headpin.
Trim the headpin 1cm above the bead.
Bend into a loop and add a long ballwire, close the loop.
Repeat to make a pair.
Happy Halloween from the Bead Doctor
Greetings beady people! If you are a regular follower of Bead Barmy, you will know that I absolutely love dressing up. I cannot resist an opportunity for fancy dress. I started planning my Halloween outfit at the start of September, so when these fantastic Halloween pumpkin and skull beads came in it made my day. This Halloween I am going to a ‘Murder, Mystery Weekend’ which, I am sure, will be full of things that go bump in the night. If I survive, I will be back with my next tutorial soon!
These stone beads are our suitably spooky October mix of the month so grab them while you can! Take a look at the Beads Unlimited Halloween page for these and many more creepy beads.
Giving it away!
Win all the materials needed to make my Halloween Horrors tutorial! To enter, we would like you to tell us what you would like to find in your trick or treat bag and why. Please let us know in the comments box below by the witching hour on Sunday 21st October 2012 for a chance to win. The winner will then be notified by email and asked for their postal address. Good luck everyone!
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