Spooky Earrings: Jabebo Makes Special Halloween and Autumn Jewelry

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Spooky Earrings: Jabebo Makes Special Halloween and Autumn Jewelry

As the witching hour draws near and Halloween approaches on our calendars, Jabebo has been hard at work making especially spooky earrings for the autumn season.

As with all of Jabebo’s earrings, the designs of each earring set are themed so that they coordinate with each other but aren’t an exact match. For instance, you’ll find earring sets with one crow and one scarecrow. Or, perhaps, one bat that is flying and one that is hanging upside down.

Believe it or not, their designs aren’t the only thing that makes these earrings unique. Jabebo makes earrings (and other products that can be found in their store in Bellefonte and our PA Wilds Conservation Shops at Kinzua Bridge and Leonard Harrison State Parks) from recycled cereal boxes. In fact, you can flip the earrings over and see the evidence of the cereal box that was used to create it.

Because they are made from cardboard cereal boxes, Jabebo earrings are lightweight and easy to wear. However, they are also durable due to the clear coat that protects them from water damage and UV light.

Check out these spooky earrings for Halloween and some not-so-spooky earrings that you can wear all throughout autumn!

Zombies Jabebo Earrings

Whether you're a zombie lover yourself or if you're looking for a gift for someone who loves zombies, these little undead earrings are kooky and spooky! George Romero himself would be proud to dangle these zombies from an earlobe. And remember, just like the zombies themselves, these products allow cereal boxes to rise from the grave and reanimate as a usable product.

Crow and Scarecrow Jabebo Earrings

These unmatched earrings are a unique way of throwing some fall festiveness into your wardrobe. A cute scarecrow with a pumpkin head will sit on one of your ears, while a large black crow will sit on your other. These little earrings are sure to spark a conversation and spice up an autumn outfit.

Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Sugar Skull Jabebo Earrings

Day of the Dead is an interesting and meaningful holiday celebrated in central and southern Mexico during the chilly autumn days of November 1 and 2, with families honoring their deceased loved ones. Sugar skulls are a common treat during this time. They are eaten by children, but their main function is to adorn alters as a sweet offering for visiting spirits.

Little Brown Bat Jabebo Earrings

Although you might think of vampires when you see a bat, they are truly wonderful animals that play a vital role in our ecosystem. The little brown bat or little brown myotis (Myotis lucifugus) is an endangered species of mouse-eared microbat found in North America. Bats are the most significant predators of night-flying insects, keeping pests under control.

Jack-o-Lantern Jabebo Earrings

Jack-o-lanterns are a traditional way of celebrating Halloween and brightening up your front porch during the autumn season. Brighten up your ears and bring some fall cheer to your outfits. These jack-o-lantern earrings show a beautiful orange pumpkin for one ear and a carved jack-o-lantern with a spooky smile for your other ear.

Fall Leaves Jabebo Earrings

If you want special autumn earrings you can wear throughout the entire fall season, check out these autumn leaf earrings from Jabebo. They celebrate the beautiful changing leaves that we see during leaf-peeping season in the Pennsylvania Wilds. Bring those festive fall colors with you wherever you go!

Want to see more earrings? Click Here to see Jabebo's PA Wilds Marketplace storefront.

Want to learn more about how Jabebo makes their products from recycled cereal boxes? Click Here to read a feature story on our blog.

October 17, 2022