Make Your Own Skull Beads

comments (3) October 23rd, 2008     

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susanstars Susan Beal, contributor
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Reginas bracelet features her fabulous spooky skull beads. I especially like the carved details and painted accents.
Heres a sneak peek at part of Reginas skull bead tutorial—see the whole thing at her blog.
Reginas bracelet features her fabulous spooky skull beads. I especially like the carved details and painted accents.

Regina's bracelet features her fabulous spooky skull beads. I especially like the carved details and painted accents.

Photo: Courtesy of Regina, creativekismet.com

It must be polymer clay week! I saw these spooky, charming skull beads on Regina Lord's Creative Kismet blog and thought they'd be perfect for making up a fun Halloween project or two. Regina generously sent over a few of her photos to spotlight part of the bead-making process for CraftStylish readers -- best of all, you don't need a mold or anything else fancy to make these. She shows you how to create the shaping, detailing and drilling in just a few minutes at home, and you don't need anything more complicated than your regular old oven to set them, either. See the whole tutorial here.

For more of Regina's work, check out her Etsy shop, too!

posted in: tutorial, beads, how-to, paint, crafty, polymer clay, skulls, regina lord, creative kismet

Comments (3)

Sweet_Pea writes: Susan,

Way cool bracelet! And I can't believe how easy it is to make those skull beads. Great job and fantastic project.
Posted: 2:07 pm on October 25th
ArtByMAR writes: Love your skull beads. I love all skull/Halloween related things. Fantastic bracelet.
Posted: 8:02 am on October 24th
claycreations writes: oh that is too cute, you know they make glow in the dark polymer clay and that would be sooooo spooky, great idea!!!!
Posted: 9:55 pm on October 23rd
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