Skull Bead Assortment
bought these to put on my center pieces for my halloween wedding. they are awesome and great price for all the pieces you get!
October 17, 2011
Really fun product
These little guys look great and can used used on tons of different projects. Both boys and girls loved using them. The detail is really good especially given the very low price.
June 24, 2011
These are great for Halloween crafts. Love them!!!!
September 14, 2014
neat product, very durable
Survives the washer and dryer well. 550 cord is perfect size for these beads.
May 20, 2014
Really good purchase
I had been looking for skull beads locally and I could not find any so I was very happy when I found them on your web-site. The only complaint I have is that the holes are top-to-bottom and so they are on their sides when strung together in a conventional manner. It would be nice if you could get some that have the holes from side to side so they would be upright when strung together. Other then this they are just what I was looking for and the price was just right also.
October 3, 2013
IDEAL FOR PARACORD LANYARDS!
I make parachute cord lanyards, and used to have to buy five white plastic skull beads for $3.50--- until I went through the Oriental Trading catalogue.
For all intents & purposes, these are the same beads: They are identical with those expensive 5/$3.50 beads, in any case.
Skull beads are big sellers as the decorations and even the actual "Counters" on lanyards, key-chains, zipper-pulls, Ranger hiking distance-counters, etc., that are strung on parachute-cord.
Up to now, they were also the most expensive parts used in the projects--- but the thrifty Oriental Trading beads are hardly more expensive than GITD Pony Beads!
December 31, 2012
Too expensive now
I used to love buying these for Halloween crafts but in the past two years OT has seriously jacked up the price on them. Not worth the price anymore.
October 13, 2011
It was exactly what I needed
My granddaughter was graduating from college and is majoring in criminology/ferengic medicine.
May 21, 2011
We found many uses for these clever little beads. We made jewelry which was spooky good fun and we also made garlands to hang in our mantle top spooky Halloween tree. Versatile and priced right!
February 2, 2011
I chose these skulls for a sewing project. I was making bags for my daughters celebrating
The Day Of The Dead. The skulls will hang from fringe around the bottom of the bag. Can't wait to finish them.
October 3, 2010