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Halloween Beads!


I have some cute halloween-type beads up in my etsy shop right now - check them out. Some people enjoy halloween, but don't necessarily like the pumpkins and bats jewelry - here's where my beads come in! If you are a mom who's going to the school halloween parade, but have an older child, I think you could really make something cute out of these beads! If you are going to a party, but don't want the bats, as I've mentioned, these will also do very nicely! Happy weekend!

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Karolen said…
Very yummy color! I love the swirled frit with the clear. Nice technique. You've got some beautiful beads in your Etsy shop!
SueBeads said…
Thank you thank you!
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Rocki Adams said…
Oh wow Sue - these are HOT! Love 'em!

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