MyELEMENTS .) I love her purple and lime green chain and they are my "Go To" for Halloween jewelry. My first piece is a bracelet using the whole enchilada. I used all my charms beads and washer rings. Bracelet is simply jump ring-ed together. Doubling up on jump rings at clasp for extra strength. As my friend friend Yvonne from MyELEMENTS would call it "jump ring technology." My favorite part of the bracelet is one of the washer rings used as a toggle clasp. I had some bars on hand that fit through perfectly. My other little innovation was circles of chain around the bracelet holding some of the charms. I also like how the chain weaves through the rings. So for a one-shot-whip-it-together deal, I guess I am pretty pleased with myself and the results after all.
As I mentioned earlier, I wasn't very frugal on my use of porcelain charms and beads on my bracelet, so I decided that all chain earrings would be cute to wear with it. For Halloween I am calling them "Dungeon Chain" earrings. I simply threaded assorted lengths of the purple and green chain alternately and slipped on an ear wire.
A reminder of where we both started. We still have kits left. Hopefully we have inspired you to make some Halloween bling of your own. Kits are available at Joan Miller Porcelain and Cute Glass Beads for $100 ($150+ component value.) Our results: Kim $352 jewelry retail and Joan $280 jewelry retail value. We'd love to see what our kit customers come up with and will be happy to post your results. Our next kit is in the planning think brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr........Winter!