I was going to wait until next month before doing my next roundup, but I can’t resist a good Halloween paper quilling roundup! Last year I shared a roundup of Halloween Quilled Earrings.  This year I’m expanding it to any awesome Halloween goodness I can find! You can click here to find another roundup of Halloween paper quilling tutorials on Craftsy by Erin Curet.

This full tutorial for this awesome (glow in the dark!) necklace is by Erin Curet of Little Circles (I love her quilling paper and bamboo quilling forms!).  I love how the pendant is multilayered and like a little mosaic!
Here is another lovely piece of Halloween jewelry by Erin from Little Circles.  These tiny pumpkins are made with narrow (1/16″) width paper! The free tutorial is available on Craftsy
Aaaah, this is TOO cute!  I love Harry Potter, and I love Natiquill’s quilling miniatures.  Here she combines her skills with the famous Potter trio and some Halloween accessories.  LOVE it!  Click here to see more photos and her blogpost about this.  The blog is in Portuguese, but google can translate it for you.  I just love google translate!

These fun pumpkins are made by Debbie from Quinessential Quilling.  You can find her facebook page here and her Etsy shop here.  I love this stack of pumpkins!  Especially the duo color of the bottom pumpkin.  This reminds me so much of country style deco!

Quilling doesn’t have to be only used for Halloween decorations and jewelry, it can be PART of the costume!  Here Inna from Inna’s Creations has used quilling to make this amazing owl mask.  I better not show this to my daughters or they’ll be wanting some right away 😉  You can find Inna on her blog and on facebook.

Here is another gorgeous quilling mask!  This one would be so perfect for a fairy-like or other nature inspired costume.  Find it here on Clara’s Paper Garden.

Here is another Halloween-y 3D quilling!  This little witch is made with such detail!  You can find it here on Crea Quilling

Here is one last 3D Halloween set.  I love all the little details of this variety of monsters!  Perfect for a display in a window or on a shelf for the Halloween season.  This one is made by AutumnNightBat and can be found here on DeviantArt.

In the mood for something that says “autumn” but doesn’t scream Halloween?  Try this leaf!  This free tutorial (scroll down on this page to find it) will help you make this awesome leaf that can be used as a decoration or even as an earring!

Here is a lovely piece!  This is made by  Sirilak Iamvitayakorn.  It would be gorgeous for a Halloween display, frame, or special card. Find this piece and other holiday pieces by the same artist here.

This set of spider jewelry was in my earring roundup from last year.  But I HAVE to add it here as well, I just love it so much! It is made by Marissa from Sweetheart and Crafts.  You can find her facebook page here, her Etsy shop here, and her blog here.

Another spider!  This realistic looking spider is the perfect decoration for a fun Halloween frame, to put in one of those sticky webs on your porch or on your witch’s hat, etc.  And guess what, there is a free tutorial!  Click here to learn how to make it!  The spider and tutorial was created by  Ann from All Things Paper.

Looking for more inspiration for Halloween paper quilling cards, jewelry, deco, and more?  Click here to search on pinterest!

Below are some of the links and tutorials here on the blog for fun Halloween quilled jewelry.  I think the witch hat earrings are my favorite!

I hope you enjoyed this roundup of awesome Halloween themed paper quilling.  Are you doing any Halloween quilling this year?  I had a design plan, but haven’t had time yet to make it.  I still have a week and a half, though, so who knows!


Stick around, there is lots to see around the blog!  Here are some places to start:

  • Click here to view free paper quilling tutorials!
  • Click here to view paper quilling tips and tricks!
  • Click here to view a list of places to buy quilling supplies around the world!
  • Click here to view some of my own quilling projects, with tips so you can make your own if you’d like!