DIY Midas Crown Bead Ring Patterns from Living with Three Moon Babies. I’ve been going through my blog fixing broken links and so many DIY blogs are just dead and gone - including their archives. If you like a pattern download it ASAP before it’s gone too.
This tutorial uses the brick and ladder bead stitch. From Fire Mountain Gems - excellent simple tutorials. This is a link to all their beading tutorials. You can also go on YouTube and find lots of tutorials.
Ladder Stitch
Brick Stitch

DIY Midas Crown Bead Ring Patterns from Living with Three Moon Babies. I’ve been going through my blog fixing broken links and so many DIY blogs are just dead and gone - including their archives. If you like a pattern download it ASAP before it’s gone too.

This tutorial uses the brick and ladder bead stitch. From Fire Mountain Gems - excellent simple tutorials. This is a link to all their beading tutorials. You can also go on YouTube and find lots of tutorials.

halloweencrafts:
Kim Eric Lilot Skull and Brain Rings. "Tribute to a Genius" 18kt yellow gold with a carved, Australian Fire Opal brain. Go to the link to see more amazing jewelry.

halloweencrafts:

Kim Eric Lilot Skull and Brain Rings. "Tribute to a Genius" 18kt yellow gold with a carved, Australian Fire Opal brain. Go to the link to see more amazing jewelry.

DIY Gold Enamelled Ring Tutorial from Fall for DIY. Feeling ambitious? These rings use epoxy putty and are filled with cold enamel (see this tutorial). You can now buy resin putty or epoxy putty at most craft stores.  

DIY Gold Enamelled Ring Tutorial from Fall for DIY. Feeling ambitious? These rings use epoxy putty and are filled with cold enamel (see this tutorial). You can now buy resin putty or epoxy putty at most craft stores.  

DIY Inspiration: Glitter Eye Makeup from Sandra Holmbom here. At the link there are more photos and a list of supplies she used. For more of Sandra Holmbom’s amazing FX and every day makeup go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/psychosandra  

For the scariest FX makeup ever from Sandra Holmbom go here first. It’s terrifying.