Show Me Sunday

It’s the month for spooky stuff!  Check out these handcrafted Halloween inspired goodies:
Thank you to the commenters who left links so we could find these treasures to show off!
Show Me more SPOOKY Things!
For October, to celebrate the spookiest month
of the year, please show me some links to handmade beads, pendants, and
jewelry components that are scary, spooky, and in the Halloween spirit!
Post your links in the
comments here and I will select some of your ideas you leave on this
post to highlight in another Show Me
Sunday post.
Here is what some of our beady friends have to show off this week:
A Bead A Day

It’s time to get your Halloween jewelry and crafts rolling! Have you started yet?

About.com Jewelry Making

Have you been to the Jewelry Making Forum lately? It may be time to catch up. 

Art Bead Scene

Brandi shows some color palette options for this month’s Art Bead Scene inspiration artwork: Revolving by Kurt Schwitters 

Beading Arts

Cyndi gets busy with some tools and materials from ImpressArt, the metal stamping company! 

Carmi’s Art/Life World

Carmi is continuing to experiment with kumihimo and t-shirt yarn! 

Earthenwood Studio Chronicles

The spooky season is upon us and Melanie is getting ready for Halloween with a free Skeleton Key Necklace project 

Resin Crafts!

If you wonder what a fish skeleton looks like in
hot red, pop on over to the blog this week to see the funniest necklace
I have ever made! 

Snap out of it, Jean! There’s beading going on!

A review by Jean of the remarkable PUSH Jewelry,
edited by Marthe Levan and curated by Arthur Hash–it’s a modern museum
collection in a book! 

The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton

Anne Lichtenstein of Gardanne Beads gifted this
amazing goodie bag of enamel and lampwork components to Andrew during a
recent workshop! 

Melanie Brooks is the ceramic beadmaker behind Earthenwood Studio, who blogs from her Metro Detroit, Michigan home.

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3 Comment

  1. Tiffany Hickox
    October 9, 2012 at 3:11 am

    Such great beads! Thanks for including my tree – keep up the wonderful posts 🙂

  2. Stories They Tell
    October 10, 2012 at 10:19 am


    Hi Melanie,

    I made this fella last year to celebrate Hallowe'en. He sits in the window at my bench and keeps the evil spirits away! He's made of polymer and mounted on a piece of mammoth bone and is the first real sculpture I've made.

    Christine Damm

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