Make Jewelry for Halloween with DIY Jewelry Making Magazine #47

Make jewelry with 9 Halloween theme designs!

Halloween is just right around the corner and it has steadily crept upon us! Got your costumes and house decorations up and done? Don’t forget your pumpkins and ghouls that will help make this festive time an amazing one!

In this issue of DIY Jewelry Making Magazine, your house decorations will not be the only ones that will be handmade!  There’ll be ghosts, pumpkins, spiders and elegant black jewelry you can wear this coming Halloween parties.

All tutorials are presented with by step images showing each design stage. There’s something for beginners, intermediate, and advanced skill level. Images are also supported by well-written instructions to help you, not only create your own jewelry but also to understand the process. Learning the tips and tricks that our Contributing Artists has shared will help you apply them in your own designs.

Come on and wow the people around you with 9 Halloween themed jewelry designs you will learn!

Here are tutorials inside DIY Jewelry Making Magazine #47!

 

Meet our Contributors!

Rena Klingenberg
Although I often make complex pieces of jewelry, one of my specialties is designing and teaching jewelry projects that look impressive – but are easy to make. My natural way of doing things is to simplify everything. Read more…

Kelsy Vincent
My name is Kelsy Vincent. I am 32 years old, a mother to a beautiful 10-year-old girl and a long-time employee of Shipwreck Beads. I have been passionate about beads and beading and all things crafty for as long as I can remember.  I consider myself a Jill of All Trades when it comes to crafts, there is nothing I won’t try at least once. Read more…

Kica Bijoux
I always love to wear unique jewelry – one of a kind and with touch of the antique look. But I never could find what I want. So one day i decided to try make earrings perfect and ideal for myself… At the beginning, jewelry making was only a hobby but with time, creating bijoux became my addiction. And this is how Kica Bijoux Jewelry was created! Read more…

Rebecca
Rebecca’s unique jewelry designs have won several awards and have been featured in industry leading magazines. Her most recent award, a Gold Medal President’s Award from Fire Mountain Gems and Beads, was received for designing a lighted chandelier featuring over 6,000 Swarovski crystals. Read more…

Ombretta
It depends on the inspiration of the moment. In all my creations there is a bit of me, a little of my passion, a little of my essence. All of my creations is studied carefully and is made according to my times and to my tastes. Read more…

Vicky
Since childhood, I have always been into crafts, as children we were taught to sew, knit and crochet, we did embroidery and macrame as well. It was a pastime. We also made all kinds of loom bracelets, with either our friends names or Native American like motives. These art forms have always been a part of my life in one form or another. I come from a family where crafts are an integral part of daily activities. Read more…

Adina Vaida
I fell in love with beading many years ago when I first saw a piece of bead work. I knew then what I would do for the rest of my life. From the first moment I touched beads, I became totally addicted. Read more…

Linda Jones
Linda is a UK based jewellery designer, specializing in wire and bead designs.  She initially began creating metal pieces, 20 years ago, but set up creative Wirework Workshops ten years ago for all skill levels. She also designs and creates one-off pieces on commission, specializing in bespoke wedding jewellery. Read more…

Julie Ann Smith
I’ve designed over 200 bead patterns, of which there are more certainly waiting to get out of of my BUSY LITTLE BRAIN. I feel so blessed that the love I have for beads has developed into all these bead pattern designs! The journey has been amazing! And I’m not done yet, I hope you all enjoy these designs and I’d love to have you join me for my journey! For that is the reason I do what I do! Read more…


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October 16, 2016

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