|Iconic monsters make for great Halloween jewelry inspiration. Piece together a Frankenstein head or other shape such as a green heart with polymer clay and black clay ''stitches,'' then make it come to life with the help of micro hardware bolts.
Brew up some fun by topping off green Swarovski® crystals with stacked jet black marguerites and a bicone to resemble a wicked witch with hat. Or, go with an existing witch hat cone available in silver and antique gold-plated as well as black enamel.
|Haunt customers' ears with little white ghosts made from polymer clay or upside down translucent acrylic flowers topped with a white cat's eye glass round bead.
Of course, there are existing monster charms, beads and other supplies as well if you don't want to create your own. Add Halloween charms to a necklace, bracelet or earrings for a spooktacular result. You'll find shambling zombies an adorable mummy, lampworked glass reaper and more.
|Skulls and skeletons dance across Halloween designs offering macabre ambience. Try chokers in the shape of skeleton hands or cufflets in any and all metal tones attached to multiple fingers resembling finger bones. Don't forget Swarovski® crystals' gorgeous crystal skulls, too--which can be strung with seed bead bodies for fun movement.|
Bats in the Belfry
|Spread your creative wings to incorporate bats. Create batty wings--or a cute little bat itself--from polymer clay or leather. Vampires go hand in hand with bats on Halloween, so use white beads and longer focal components to create the illusion of fangs. Two red beads on a chain or pearl choker resemble a vampire bite to add just a touch of Halloween to necklines.|
Have some scary good fun this fall, and every autumn, with these Halloween design suggestions. You and your customers will be some seriously glamorous ghouls.
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