Halloween “Poison”, a necklace with Iced Enamels

poison-icedenamels-jennifercabicNot only is Halloween one of my favorite times of year, skulls are also a favorite of mine. You have probably noticed my skull ring in a few of the videos I have posted for the Design Team.

In addition to the Vampiress Necklace for my Halloween project, I could not pass up an opportunity to make a necklace using a skull. I had one skull bead that I used for a different project, so I borrowed it to make this spooky skull out of resin. The mold I made is a keeper and I will be casting more of them out of resin in the future!

Jennifer Cabic

Tools and Materials:
ICE Resin®, mixing cups and stir sticks
Iced Enamels™ Relique in Pewter, Ivory and Garnet
Iced Enamels Medium™
Art Mechanique™ Jeweler’s Grade molding putty
Rue Romantique Large Botanical Rectangle Bezel
Disposable paintbrushes
StazOn ink pads in Spiced Chai and Jet Black
Skull Bead
Rowlux Illusion Film – red
Art Mechanique™ 1” screws and nuts
Art Mechanique™ Textured Brass Chain
Art Mechanique™ Jump Rings
Drill press and drill bit
Acrylic paints – White, Black, Burnt Sienna and Yellow Ochre
Rhinestone chain
Craft heat gun
Tweezers
Metal snips
Craft glue
Technique:
1. Mix molding putty according to directions. Insert skull bead, face down and let cure for about 15 minutes.
2. Mix ICE Resin® according to manufacturer instructions. Stir in white acrylic paint. Pour into mold and let dry for 24 hours.
3. Pop cured resin out of mold. Drill holes into eyes and completely through the back of the skull. Paint the skull with acrylic paint.
4. For the bezel, use disposable paintbrush and paint on Iced Enamels Medium™. Sprinkle with Iced Enamels™ Relique in Garnet, tap off excess and melt with craft heat gun. Let cool. Repeat with Pewter and Ivory.
5. Using a sponge or fingers, “antique” gently swipe over the cooled Iced Enamels™ with Spiced Chai and Jet Black inks.
6. Cut a piece of Illusion Film to fit bezel. Place on bezel. Make marks on the film with a scribe or something pointy through the eyes of the skull.
7. Drill holes through the film and bezel making sure to hold the film firmly in place. Accuracy is important for the screws to fit through.
8. Insert screws through the eyes of the skull, through the film and then through the bezel. Affix nut and fasten tightly. Snip the backs of the screws flus with the nuts. Rivet them flat.
9. Mix small batch of ICE Resin® according to manufacturer instructions. Using a toothpick, drip a drop or two of resin into eye sockets of skull. Using tweezers, insert one piece of rhinestone chain into each socket. Let dry for 24 hours.
10. Drill a hole in the bottom of the pendant. Insert decorative brad. Dab a small amount of glue on the back over the prongs of brad.
11. Apply brass jump ring and hang from brass chain.

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Make Spider Web Earrings with ICE Resin and Thread

spiderweb-earrings-halloween-iceresin-baerbelbornWith ICE Resin you can create stunning shapes with almost every material you can think of. For this year’s Halloween costume I made some funny spiderweb earrings out of plain thread. The tutorial is easy to follow and the result is unusual. All you need is a needle and some sturdy thread, plus ICE…

Have fun!

Baerbel Born

 

 

Make a Hauntingly Simply Rue Romantique Skeleton Cameo Necklace and Earrings

Happy Halloween to you!

Isn’t it a pleasure when you see a jewelry component and think: this goes with that and I can make such-and-such for my friend and she will be so happy…seredipitous!

Melody, my good friend, former boss, instigator of many camp-outs and burnt rolls (I helped with the burnt rolls), and joyfully-abundant-holiday-decorator, was the recipient of this necklace and earring set.

 

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Halloween is Melody’s fave holiday (mine too). In 2012 she decided to dress up skeletons and start a daily blog. Have you ever tried to dress a skeleton? They are no help at all. Plus these skeletons do not stay at home in the closet where most people keep their skeletons! You can see their smiling faces and bony bods at the beach, the dentist, the park, construction sites, in other homes for slumber parties, and now, the lady skeleton has crept into Melody’s room and pilfered her jewelry!

I know all of you Creatives will appreciate what a massive undertaking (score 1 for my bad pun) of time and effort this 31 days of consecutive skeleton posing and posting is. If you want a treat, Melody’s Haunted Halloween blog will surely put one on your face.

Carol La Valley, ICE Resin Content Manager

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Melody’s Skeletons Abound Jewelry

Rue Romantique Bezels: Pair and Single

Rue Romantique Chains: Pearl and Jet Fire Polish

Skeleton Cameos (from the truly nice people whose booth backs up to ICE Resin’s at the Bead and Button Show in Milwaukee)

Earring Wires

Jump Rings

E6000 Glue

Jewelry Pliers

Glue on cameos and use your tools to attach chain and earring wires as shown.

How do you share Halloween with your friends?

Susan Lenart Kazmer is offering 4 classes at Bead Fest Sante Fe and Registration is now open!

Susan’s classes are filling up fast for Bead Fest Santa Fe. Have you registered?

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166, Resin‐ Cold Enameling, Saturday, March 21, 2015, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Learn these fundamentals and techniques in Resin- Cold Enameling

  • Techniques for color on metal
  • Layering of color
  • Resin application and techniques
  • Use of sanding, crackling and inks
  • Drilling basic metalworking

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067, Enamels‐Sgraffito + Symbolism‐ Making Your Own Mark, Friday, March 20, 2015,
8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Learn wet and dry enamel in this hands on workshop, as you paint, scratch, draw, and layer your ideas onto copper while creating a vocabulary for enamel techniques and patterns. This workshop focuses on exploring the use of color and texture, from sifting, to painting and sgraffito, a scratching away technique that exposes another color fired underneath.
In this workshop, learn to make marks, text and symbolism to express yourself in jewelry created by using carbon pencils, enamel crayons and decal transfer. Other techniques presented are use of stencils, rubber stamps and pressing objects and marking into wet enamels.
Liquid enamels can be mixed to create your own colors. This application opens up many new possibilities within enamel work. Learn a handful of new ideas and create a few finished pieces. Kiln and torch used in this workshop.

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068, Wire‐ Ancient Techniques on New Frontiers‐ Forging + Brazing, Sunday, March 22, 2015,
8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Wire and fiber has been a prominent medium in ethnographic jewelry and adornment for centuries and used for binding, connecting, decorating and building of components.. Through many years of my own research and ethnographic repair, I have employed these same ideas to build my own unique body of work, influenced by my fashion experience, in forged wire.
In this workshop, learn to make your jewelry stronger, more interesting, unique, and personal by exploring new ideas for soldering, shaping, finishing and building of multiple components. Students will be challenged to think beyond traditional jewelry design to create jewelry that is both sculptural and wearable while attaining techniques for hand hammering, flattening and forging of round wire.
Learn control with appropriate tools, safety and shaping techniques with correct stance and posture when hammering. Sheet metal and wire used.

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069, Resin, Relics, and Ancient Artifacts, Saturday, March 21, 2015, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Focus on new works in jewelry and Resin as it has never been presented before….sand, scratch, cast and scraffitto your way into creating unique objects and ancient artifacts in jewelry in combination with metal. Focus and build with resin using multiple thin layers while learning new techniques and application for scratching, crackling, engraving, transferring of imagery, making marks and coloring surface.
Set your finished components with filigree bezel wire…brazing presented. Each student will leave with a few pendants and components, a journal full of ideas and a whole new direction to focus your work.

 

 

 

Trick or Treat Collage with ICE Resin and Iced Enamel from the Crafty Cutie’s imagination

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Supplies:
ICE Resin®ice-resin-cast-halloween
mixing cup and stir stick
Iced Enamels Medium
Iced Enamels Ivory
Iced Enamels Raspberry
heat gun
Halloween molds
scrapbook paper
string, inks and glue

Instructions:
1. Measure equal parts of the ICE Resin® Part A and part B in mixing cup.
2. Mix both parts together evenly with a stir stick for about 2 minutes.
3. Pour the mixed ICE Resin® into bat and hand shaped molds.
4. Allow mixture to dry in the mold for about 12 hours.
5. Pop ICE out of molds and allow it to cure for another 12 hours.
6. Apply a small amount of Iced Enamels™ Medium onto a brush.
7. Brush a thin layer of Iced Enamels® Medium over bat and hand.
8. Sprinkle Iced Enamels™ over the the top of both molded pieces.
9. Tap off excess powder, and fuse Iced Enamels™with a heat gun.
iced-enamels-halloween10. Ink up scrapbook papers and cut them out to create your design.
11. Glue arranged design down, along with the two Iced castings.

This piece would be great as a card for a friend, or, as artwork for your wall during this fun season.Halloween ice resin iced enamels

Wishing you smiles and sunshine,
Tatiana

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Fall is in the air! The weather is turning colder, the leaves are changing colors, and it’s almost time for the ghosts and ghouls to be out in force! Be ready for them with Halloween inspired jewelry!

With a selection of glitters, Iced Enamels™, holiday-themed images, and gothic bezels, this kit has everything you need to get started making beautiful jewelry! So look around, search old family photographs for favorite black and white images, find old Halloween advertisements, and get this all-inclusive kit for creating your own Halloween inspired jewelry!

 

Create a Mina Harker / Drakula inspired gothic choker to grace your neck this Halloween

Greetings! I really love to make my own mold’s and find interesting pieces to make mold’s from, chandeliers are my most favourite subject. After a recent trip to the Gothic Town of Whitby, where Bram Stoker was inspired to write Dracula, I knew that I would find some amazing vintage pieces to add to my mold collection. In a second hand shop which was a magical small room full of amazing treasures I found a new chandelier piece to add to my collection, this one is pretty small. Combined with the gorgeous Rhinestone Cross from ICE Resin I knew it would be a match made in haven!

Whitby is known also for its amazing Jet, and is now very rare to find, the Dracula theme, the jet chain and the cross just came together so effortlessly. Dont you love it when a piece comes together so easily, as if it was meant to be. I decided to make this piece based on Bram Stokers Mina Harker, I think she would have liked this piece and worn it often.

Thanks for visiting

Clare Horner, Got Paint in My Hair blog

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Tools and Materials:
ICE Resin®
Iced Enamels™ Shattered Fire Opal

Fire Opal
Rue Romantique™ Jet Chain
Rue Romantique™ Silver Rhinestone Cross
Art Mechanique™ Jewelers Grade Molding Putty
Art Mechanique™ Brass Wish Bones
Art Mechanique™ Jump Rings
Ball chain and connector from stash
Brass jump ring from stash
Metal flake from stash
2 pairs pliers
Ribbon from stash
Small vintage chandelier piece from stash
Ribbon end caps from stash

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Technique:
1: Clean and dry the piece you wish to make your mold from, in this case the small chandelier piece. Following the instructions, mix a suitable amount of molding putty and press the item into it, making sure to build a wall to contain your resin. Let this cure thoroughly.

2: Carefully remove the object being molded and test your mold with spare resin or some dough/polymer clay to make sure you are happy with it.

3: Mix ICE Resin to the manufacturers instructions. Carefully pour your resin into the mold so it is roughly half full, leave for 4 or 5 hours so it is mostly set.

4: After 5 or 6 hours, or overnight, Mix enough ICE Resin to top off your mold. Add into this mix the desired amount of Iced Enamel Shattered Fire Opal flakes and pour into the mold. Leave to set for 6 to 10 hours or over night.

5: Pour any leftover resin in a mould or wipe onto book page so it is not wasted.

6: Roughly measure your ribbon to be the size of you neck so it will fit snugly and add ribbon end caps. Attach the clasp and end from the Jet chain to this. Add a longer length of Jet Chain to the ribbon so it will hang down your neck.

7: Find the middle of the ribbon and add the chandelier piece with a jump ring, evenly space 4 wish bones, 2 either side along the ribbon again with jump rings.

8: attach the cross to the Jet Chain with a large jump ring and test the whole piece for size.

 

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Fall is in the air! The weather is turning colder, the leaves are changing colors, and it’s almost time for the ghosts and ghouls to be out in force! Be ready for them with Halloween inspired jewelry!

With a selection of glitters, Iced Enamels™, holiday-themed images, and gothic bezels, this kit has everything you need to get started making beautiful jewelry! So look around, search old family photographs for favorite black and white images, find old Halloween advertisements, and get this all-inclusive kit for creating your own Halloween inspired jewelry!

An ICE Resin doming technique that may work for you

Kim Williams from our ICE Resin Creative Team is able to use her ICE Resin up to an hour after mixing. She’s in Texas, so you might not have the same experience depending on where you are in the world.

Watch her technique:

Halloween-ICEResin-KimWilliamsWant the full directions for this necklace she made with the cute swirls in this video? Click here!

 

 

Make a Whimsical Halloween Necklace

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Trick or treat? This necklace was a total treat to create! I was shopping my regular junk venues a few weeks ago and found the cutest Halloween book for young readers. The illustrations were so adorable. I had to make it mine. The book brought back such fun memories of my childhood; the boy in the focal looks just like my brother dressed as Cowboy John. I knew I would use it for a Halloween themed jewelry design. I hope this necklace takes you back in time to a happy Halloween memory of your own.

Kim Williams, Historically Haute blog

Materials:

1.A found illustration, to be used for the background of the bezel. Search for Halloween themed coloring books, greeting cards, old books etc.
2.One large Art Mechanique Hobnail bezel. Choose the shape that best suites your illustration.
3.Two small round Art Mechanique Hobnail bezels
4.I used two glitter swirl buttons leftover from an old scrapbook Halloween collection
5.Rue Romantique open heart bezel
6.A house and bird silhouette from ICE Resin®
7.Iced Enamels Relique Powder in Carnelian
8.Art Mechanique Ribbon, Orange
9.ICE Resin® Plunger, craft stick, measuring cup, and paint brush
10.24 inches of 18 gauge jewelry wire and 24 inches of 26 gauge jewelry wire
11.Orange and silver metallic beads
12.Craft glue
13.Packaging tape

Directions:

1. Begin by applying the Carnelian Ice Enamels to the open-heart bezel and to the house silhouette as per the directions on the packaging.

scrappy-stuff2. Prepare your illustration by editing it for size to be used in the large bezel. I made a pattern my etching with a pencil over the top of the bezel to make a pattern to use to cut the illustration. Put packaging tape on top and on the bottom of the illustration and burnish thoroughly to seal the edges. Cut for size using the pattern you made. Use a small dot of craft glue to secure the illustration to the inside of the bezel.

pliers3. Mix ICE Resin® it will take about 2 tablespoons to complete the project. When mixture is thin paint the heart and house to seal the Ice Enamels. Use the rest in the hobnail bezels. If you have any leftover resin spread it on any ephemera you may want to use in later projects. Allow bezels and charms to dry for at least 12 hours. Dry time varies depending on your climate.
4. Create a bead chain; wire wrap alternating colored beads (orange and silver) to make a chain. I use 2 of each color for my beaded chain.
5.  Use an orange wire wrapped bead to connect the larger focal to the small hobnail bezels. Then connect the beaded chain to the other end of the small hobnail bezels.
6. Using 12 inches of the orange shear ribbon make a loop with the ribbon and secure the ribbon with 26 gauge wire wrapping it around the ribbon and tucking in the ends. I chose to let my ribbon fray naturally. You may want to use some no-fray to prevent the ribbon from fraying.
7. I ironed my ribbon and I must say I was totally surprised by the reaction of the heat on the ribbon. It changed the texture of the ribbon and gave it a pattern. Try this with caution, as you do not want to burn the ribbon.
8. To the ends of the ribbon I threaded the open-heart bezel on to the ribbon. Threaded the ribbon through, folded and wire wrapping to secure with the 26 gauge wire. Punch a hole in the house silhouette at the top and center of the bottom edge. Use a jump ring to connect the bird to the house and a jump ring to the end of the ribbon wire as done for the other ribbon end. This gives the wearer several options to tie the necklace at the length they feel comfortable.

 

halloween jewelry kitMake haunted jewelry with the ICE Resin™ Halloween Kit — Exclusively available through Jewelry Making Daily!
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Fall is in the air! The weather is turning colder, the leaves are changing colors, and it’s almost time for the ghosts and ghouls to be out in force! Be ready for them with Halloween inspired jewelry!

With a selection of glitters, Iced Enamels™, holiday-themed images, and gothic bezels, this kit has everything you need to get started making beautiful jewelry! So look around, search old family photographs for favorite black and white images, find old Halloween advertisements, and get this all-inclusive kit for creating your own Halloween inspired jewelry!

Make Jennifer Cabic’s “Vampiress” Necklace just in time for your Halloween Hauntings

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Tools and Materials:
step 1 vampiressICE Resin®, mixing cups and stir sticks
Iced Enamels™ Relique in Pewter, Ivory and Garnet
Iced Enamels Medium™
Rue Romantique Large Etched Oval with Narrow Frame Bezel
Disposable paintbrushes
Halloween Stencil
Transparency with bat image printed on it
Rue Romantique Jet Fire Polish Chain
step 2a vampiressRhinestone chain
Craft heat gun
Metal hole punch
Various beads to dangle

Technique:
1. Using a disposable paintbrush, apply Iced Enamels™ Medium to the front of bezel. Sprinkle with Iced Enamels™ in Pewter and tap off excess. Using a craft heat gun, melt enameling powder and let cool.
step 2b vampiress2. Place blood stencil on front of bezel and paint on Iced Enamels™ Medium. Sprinkle with Iced Enamels™ in Garnet and tap off excess. Gently lift stencil and melt enameling powder with craft heat gun. Let cool.
3. On back of bezel, cover in Iced Enamels™ Medium, sprinkle with Iced Enamels™ in Ivory, tap off excess and melt with craft heat gun. Let cool.
4. Place skull stencil on back of bezel and paint on Iced Enamels™ Medium. Sprinkle with Iced Enamels™ in Pewter and tap off excess. step no3 vampiressGently lift stencil and melt enameling powder with craft heat gun. Let cool.
5. Cut out transparency with bat images to fit the bezel. Mix batch of ICE Resin® according to directions. Using stir stick, drip a thin layer in bezel. Use a pair of tweezers to insert transparency on top of resin. Apply another thin coat of resin on top of transparency, set a couple stones from rhinestone chain if desired. Let dry for 24 hours
step 4 vampiress6. Punch hole in bottom of bezel and adorn with chain and beads. Attach jump ring to bail at top and attach Jet Fire Polish Chain.

I must say that Halloween was my favorite holiday growing up. I loved the smell of fall in the air and the crunch of the leaves underfoot as we headed out to trick-or-treat.
As I got older, I loved watching horror movies. I started reading Ann Rice books and was fascinated by the stories of vampires. When I step 5 vampiresscame across this Halloween stencil and stamp set at the craft store I knew I had to make a Vampiress Necklace!

Jennifer Cabic, What I Believe Blog

 

 

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Do your wear holiday-themed jewelry in October?

halloween jewelry kitMake haunted jewelry with the ICE Resin™ Halloween Kit — Exclusively available through Jewelry Making Daily!
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Fall is in the air! The weather is turning colder, the leaves are changing colors, and it’s almost time for the ghosts and ghouls to be out in force! Be ready for them with Halloween inspired jewelry!

With a selection of glitters, Iced Enamels™, holiday-themed images, and gothic bezels, this kit has everything you need to get started making beautiful jewelry! So look around, search old family photographs for favorite black and white images, find old Halloween advertisements, and get this all-inclusive kit for creating your own Halloween inspired jewelry!

Make these spooky Halloween Cheers Goblets

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I had the pictures of the veiled woman and eye-patch man from the fabulous previous ICE Resin Team Members Jack & Cat Curio a few years ago, and I knew I wanted to use them in my Halloween project. I wanted to make a couple, so I chose to use the Champagne glasses, and decided to go with a twisted theme. I added the lock and chain as well as the scissors to perhaps indicate that there could be ”trouble in paradise”. The black bat and the spider’s web also add to the mystery between the two.

Polly Hendrickson

14923611713_4b191c9b87_zMaterials:
Jack & Cat Curio Mixed Media Collage Sheet: ATC “Creeper” Sheet #1
2 Champagne Glasses with Black Polka-dot Ribbon and Olive Green Tulle
Halloween Rubber Craft Spider Web and Black Bat
Organza Ribbons: Orange Ribbon from the Raspberry Collection
ICE Resin®

15358146510_5f8e39a9f6_zJB Weld Epoxy Adhesive
Iced Enamels™ Medium and Heat Gun
Iced Enamels in Carnelian Relique, Torched Copper, Ivory Relique, Pewter Relique, and Garnet Relique
Iced Enamels™ Relique Glitz Powders: Silver, Copper
Open back Heart Bezel
Packing Tape and Scissors
Large Botanical Oval bezel by Rue Romantique™
Heart Shaped Faux Lock Charms by Rue Romantique™
Fancy Scissor Charms by Rue Romantique™
20 gauge Bronze wire, Round Nose Pliers, Drill or Hole-punch Pliers and Wire Cutters
Art Mechanique™ Textured Chain in Brasstone

man-ice-resinInstructions
1) Cut two 5 x 5 pieces of Olive Green Tulle and set aside. Cut two 5 inch pieces of Organza Ribbon in Orange and also two 5 inch pieces of Black Polka-dot Ribbon and set aside.
2) Prepare the Mixed Media Collage Sheet by cutting out the Veiled Woman and the Eye-patch man. Cut them to size according to the bezel.
3) Cut the jump ring off of the Large Botanical Oval bezel by Rue Romantique™. Cover the edges of each bezel with ICED Enamels® Medium and allow to dry.
4) Sprinkle the Open Back Heart Bezel with Iced Enamels® in Torched Copper, Ivory Relique, Pewter Relique, and ICED Enamels® Relique Glitz Powders in Copper. Use the Heat Gun to adhere the powders to the metal and allow to cool.
5) Sprinkle the Large Botanical Oval bezel by Rue Romantique™ with Iced Enamels® in Carnelian Relique, Torched Copper, Pewter Relique, and Garnet Relique, and ICED Enamels® Relique Glitz Powders in Copper. Use the Heat Gun to adhere the powders to the metal and allow to cool.
6) Repeat the process for the Fancy Scissor Charms and the Heart Shaped Faux Lock Charm by Rue Romantique™ using the ICED Enamels® Medium and the Iced Enamels® Relique Glitz Powder in Copper. Heat and allow to cool.
7) Prepare the ICE Resin® according to manufacturer’s directions, and allow to sit for a few minutes. Using the packing tape, attach sticky-side up to the back of the heart bezel, insuring that there are no spaces where the Resin could spill through. Place the pictures of the woman and man inside the bezels and Sprinkle ICED Enamels® Relique Glitz Powders in Silver lightly onto both pictures. Add the heart and chain to the Eye-patch man’s bezel.
8) Gently pour the ICE Resin® into the bezels, one at a time, and fill almost to the top of each one. Lightly paint some ICE Resin® onto the edges of the bezels where you have used the ICED Enamels®. Repeat the process for the Fancy Scissor Charm by Rue Romantique™. Allow all to dry for 24 hours.
9) Drill or punch a hole in the bottom center of the Open back Heart Bezel, and attach the Fancy Scissor Charm by Rue Romantique™ to the Heart bezel using the bronze wire and Round Nose Pliers.
10) Using the JB Weld Epoxy Adhesive, attach the Halloween Rubber Craft Spider Web and Black Bat, then the Olive Green Tulle, and add both Bezels on the Champagne Glasses. Allow to dry 4-6 hours.
11) Tie the cut pieces of Organza Ribbon in Orange and in Black Polka-dot Ribbon, one of each, onto each stem of the Champagne Glasses in a bow.

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Great hostess gift for that Halloween party you are headed to, right?

 

 

halloween jewelry kitMake haunted jewelry with the ICE Resin™ Halloween Kit — Exclusively available through Jewelry Making Daily!
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Fall is in the air! The weather is turning colder, the leaves are changing colors, and it’s almost time for the ghosts and ghouls to be out in force! Be ready for them with Halloween inspired jewelry!

With a selection of glitters, Iced Enamels™, holiday-themed images, and gothic bezels, this kit has everything you need to get started making beautiful jewelry! So look around, search old family photographs for favorite black and white images, find old Halloween advertisements, and get this all-inclusive kit for creating your own Halloween inspired jewelry!

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