Cast A Spell With Our Enchanting Halloween Jewelry Ideas

Halloween is nearly here. This haunted holiday is perfect for indulging your creative jewelry making ideas. October is a time when you can embrace your spooky or silly side. You can string an elegant necklace for a vampire or craft a campy bracelet for a comical clown. Check out our recap. We want to share some haunting styles and candy corn cuteness!

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Halloween is a great excuse to make experimental jewelry. Don't settle for ordinary this month, make something wonderfully wicked. Kristen kicked off this week's spooky celebration with a spider web jewelry set. She is sure to ensnare you with her creative design. Did you catch our Trick or Treat collaboration with Jesse James Beads last weekend? If you missed the fun, we have the replays and all of the fabulous jewelry. Sara joined Brittany Chavers for a demonstration. And Danielle Wickes and Jem Hawkes made some magic on their live show. Frightful fun for all!

If goblins and ghosties don't stir your excitement, make sure you check out our  beading party with the folks over at Jewel Loom. Julianna Avelar and Tricia Giazzon showed off their looms and gave us a demo. Master a new tool this season!

Allegory Gallery shared an amazing bracelet project on the Great Bead Extravaganza group. They used our Craft Wire to create a lovely wire wrapped design. We think you are going to want to make one of your own.

Finally, get another look at our  Spider Queen Design Kit. We checked out unboxing videos from Lavender MysticDahlia Designs, and Sparkle by Monica. We can't wait to see what they make!

2022 Fall/Winter Pantone Design Kit for TGBE Fall Fest

2022 Fall/Winter Pantone Design Kit for TGBE Fall Fest

2022 Fall/Winter Pantone Design Kit for TGBE Fall Fest

The  Great Bead Extravaganza is almost here! The Great Bead Extravaganza is the world's biggest virtual bead show.

Here is your kit for this fun virtual beading event happening on October 22-23, 2022. Sara and Kristen's segment for Soft Flex Company will be Saturday afternoon at 1:30 pm PT / 4:30 pm ET. Grab a kit and join us!

We are celebrating the colder days of autumn with a warm kit full of beautiful beading supplies. Follow us live during The Great Bead Extravaganza and create what our makers make. Or make your own seasonal collection of Pantone color matched jewelry. Pantone knows color!

Supplies are very limited. Don’t miss out!

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Cast A Spell With Our Enchanting Halloween Jewelry Ideas Collage

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Candycorn Bead Weave Bracelet by Sara Oehler

Got a minute? Check out our latest reels and TikTok videos. Soft Flex Company's Instagram Reels and our Soft Flex TikTok Page will teach you how to make jewelry in under a minute. These videos move quickly but are easy to follow. If you need more assistance, make sure you check out our YouTube catalog for deeper dives into jewelry making education. You will find in depth discussions on how to use your tools and finish your jewelry on that channel. Instagram Reels and TikTok are great tools for learning something new or finding quick inspiration. Check out our 1 Minute Videos and explore the wonderful pins on our Pinterest page. Learn from Soft Flex Company jewelry designer pros at the pace you choose! If your creativity needs a quick cup of coffee, make sure you visit us for a much needed jolt of crafting caffeine!

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How To Make A Spider Web Pendant And Earrings For Halloween

Our  Free Spirit Beading host is also the Soft Flex Spider Queen. Each Halloween, Kristen dresses up as the monarch of our eight-legged friends. This queen's finery requires elegant and frightening jewelry accessories and Kristen is always willing to make something that weaves some magic.

Spider Web Pendant Necklace by Kristen Fagan

Jewelry Making Supplies:

Soft Flex Craft Wire
Design Kit
Czech Glass Beads
Nylon Jaw Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Flat Nose Pliers
Chain Nose Pliers

Spider Web Earrings and Pendant Necklace by Kristen Fagan

Trick Or Treat Jewelry Making Party With Jesse James Beads - Sara Oehler & Brittany Chavers

4 projects, 4 designers, 2 nights, 1 fun filled online event! Trick or Treat returned last weekend. We gathered some friends and made some ghoulish jewelry. Our eerie 2-night event was free for all to watch and enjoy. If you opted to deepen the experience, a kit was available from each company. Jesse James Beads offered the sweetest selection of spooky beads you have ever laid your bony fingers on. Soft Flex Company had an uncanny collection of spectral beading supplies (findings and wire). Those that purchased both kits were invited to continue the fun on a private Zoom party. It was a blast. Join us for the next celebration! 

Our findings kit is still available, grab one here -  Trick or Treat Jewelry Making Party Kit 2022

Trick Or Treat Kit Necklace Design by Brittany Chavers

Sarah James was our ghost host again. This show featured Brittany Chavers and Soft Flex guru Sara Oehler. Brittany made a mixed media necklace with Ombre Fairy Silk giving it a lovely green color. The tone is perfect for fall or for your favorite zombie! She also put together some stunning Boho earrings. 

Trick Or Treat Kit Earrings Design by Brittany Chavers

Sara gave us some yummy candy corn punch with this gorgeous chain necklace. The wire wrapped dangles made it even more delicious!

Trick Or Treat Kit Candycorn Necklace Design by Sara Oehler

Trick Or Treat Jewelry Making Party With Jesse James Beads - Danielle Wickes & Jem Hawkes

Hold the show! Wait one minute. Why should kids have all of the fun on Halloween? We deserve a party, too! We wanted to share the joys of holidays with our friends in the beading community, so we have been collaborating with Jesse James Beads on various events throughout the years. We have celebrated Galentine's Day, Halloween, and Summer Pool Party jewelry making jams. We also donned our wizard hats and had a little shindig celebrating Harry Potter and his School of Magic.

Jem Hawkes was a brilliant addition to this year's festivities. She embraces Halloween as a holiday to remember her ancestors and also dive into creative jewelry exploration. She gets it! Be a little spiritual. Be a lotta funky and enjoy life! She created some stunning jewelry. This is a great course in wire wrapping. And her colorways are gothic gorgeous!

Trick Or Treat Kit Designs by Danielle Wickes

If you have spent any time on our website or social media, you know we absolutely adore the creative mind of  Danielle Wickes. Her knowledge of color and revolutionary designs always stun us. For her Halloween project, she went with an elegant and haunting collection. This necklace is perfect for a séance or a beautiful ball in a haunted house, save the last dance for your undead suitor!

Trick Or Treat Kit Designs by Jem Hawkes

Live Beading Party With Julianna Avelar & Tricia Giazzon Of Jewel Loom

We couldn't wait to throw another exciting  beading party. This time, we invited Juliana Avelar, owner of Jewel Loom, and Tricia Giazzon - designer extraordinaire! We wanted to learn more about the looms and supplies that Jewel Loom carries. Definitely give this store a visit if you are interested in jewelry looms!

Soft Flex Beading Wire Jewel Loom Earrings by Tricia Giazzon

Tricia Giazzon made this beautiful pair of earrings using Soft Flex beading wire. We had seen her make these earrings before when we found her streaming a live video on her YouTube channel. We were stunned by how well Soft Flex and Jewel Loom worked together and pretty soon, a bunch of Soft Flex employees paused their day to watch the magic. 

Sara made the bracelet below using Soft Touch Beading Wire and our new Japanese Bamboo Table Cut Barrel Beads on a Jewel Loom beading loom. Our new beads are perfect for a simple strand on the loom. 

Jewel Loom and Bamboo Bead Bracelet by Sara Oehler

Allegory Gallery: Beaded Pearl Cuff Bracelet With Soft Flex Craft Wire

Beaded Pearl Cuff Bracelet with Soft Flex Craft Wire by Allegory Gallery

From  Allegory Gallery:

Want to make this beaded, pearl cuff bracelet? It’s easy! Start off by making wire-wrapped links strung up with pearls. We used Soft Flex Craft Wire for that pop of black and made messy wraps to make them even more visible.

Pro Tip: it’s important that your links are all relatively the same size. One way to insure that is by cutting and using the same length wire for every link. 

Beaded Pearl Cuff Bracelet with Soft Flex Craft Wire by Allegory Gallery

Using your memory wire cutters, cut two lengths of memory wire about the same length that comfortably encircles your wrist. Use your round nose pliers to curl up the ends of the memory wire to keep it from being sharp and to help hold beads in place. Once your links are completed, start stringing them up with some of those fire polished Czech glass beads in between. The size and shape of the pearls will determine how many Czech glass beads you have to string in between. When you get near the end, curl up the remaining ends of the memory wire to lock everything in place. 

If you want to dress up the ends and add a little movement, string up a pearl bead on a headpin and create a wire-wrapped dangle that you attach to the memory wire loops. Add more if you’re feeling festive!

Lavender Mystic: Spider Queen Jewelry Making Kit Unboxing

Dahlia Designs: Spider Queen Jewelry Kit Unboxing

Sparkle By Monica: Spider Queen Design Kit Unboxing

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Thomas Soles

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