These would be great for making jewellery as gifts for Day Of The Dead or Halloween.
Start with a lump of fimo, you may want to measure all your lumps out before you begin, so that the beads will all be the same size.
The fimo I used was a light cream colour, with a slight sparkle, which helped to give the skulls a realistic bone look.
Roll the fimo in to an oval-shaped ball in the palm of your hand.
Now press down, using your fingers, on either side of the oval.
This will push indents where the eyes should be and create a ridge for the nose.
Continue this until you have the number of skulls you want.
Take a skewer of some sort and gentle slide it through the skull. I roll the skewer as I push it through the fimo as it helps keep the shape.
Think about what you'll be using the beads for before you make the hole. If you're making bracelets, you'll want the hole through the middle, but if you're making earrings, you'll want it through the top.
Using the black fimo, roll two small dots, flatten them and place them in to the indents for the eyes.
Make a mouth and the nose out of fimo too. It's cute if you give all of your skulls different expressions.
Use the coloured fimo to add various decorations and designs to the skulls. Bake until hard and then use to make jewellery.