Trollbeads Halloween 2014 Review

Today brings a review of Trollbeads Halloween 2014 release.  I was planning on doing this review nearer to Halloween, but with the upcoming previews of Trollbeads Christmas release, The Missing Peoples Bead and Gold – Love Art, I did not want these to distract from this fabulous Halloween collection.

Trollbeads Halloween 2014
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The Trollbeads Halloween 2014 collection consists of the Sleeping Bat silver bead, the Spooky Bats Lock and the Happy Bats earrings.

Firstly, a closer look at the Spooky Bats Lock

Trollbeads Spooky Bats Lock
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Trollbeads Spooky Bats Lock
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This lock is a perfect finishing touch to any Halloween bracelet. I love the wing detailing around the top of the lock, and the detailing of the bats face.

Below is an image of the lock next to the Sleeping Bat bead …

Trollbeads Halloween 2014
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I have been waiting for Trollbeads to release a bat since I got the Pumpkin bead, and I could not be more happy with this one. They have got the perfect mix of expression in the bat, they have not made it over ‘cute’, nor ‘eerie’, yet still managed to incorporate some great detailing as the pictures below show …

Trollbeads Sleeping Bat
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Trollbeads Sleeping Bat
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Trollbeads Sleeping Bat
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Trollbeads Sleeping Bat
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Trollbeads Sleeping Bat
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I did not indulge in the Happy Bats Earrings as they are not something that I would personally wear, and therefore do not have any live images. However, from the stock images, the bat detailing is much in line with that of the Sleeping Bat bead and Spooky Bats Lock, and so I cannot see anyone being disappointed.

What follows now are some pictures of the Sleeping Bat being incorporated into my own composition of a Halloween bracelet. The Trollbeads I have used are as follows:  ‘Masala Facet’, ‘Pumpkin’, ‘Inner Glow’, ‘Sleeping Bat’, ‘Sahara Night Facet’, ‘Angel & Devil’, ‘Autumn Foliage’, ‘Trollbeads Day Bead 2014’ and ‘Blizzard’. 

Trollbeads Halloween
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Trollbeads Halloween
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Trollbeads Halloween
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Trollbeads Halloween
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Trollbeads Pumpkin
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Trollbeads Day Bead 2014
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Trollbeads Angel and Devil
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Trollbeads Halloween
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I think these pictures show just how versatile some beads are, how well old beads can be combined with new, and also just how well the glow in the dark beads really do glow!!!

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