Age Inclusive Jewelry Business | ABC4 Utah

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Finding the perfect bracelet for your little ones and babies can be a challenge. Babies seem to outgrow in a few weeks and like to take off their accessories. Young children can also have jewelry that turns their fingers and wrists green, which we would all like to avoid. Fortunately, there is a solution to these worries. Kylee Peay, owner and founder of Joyful Bead, came to Good Things Utah to share her favorite photos and suggestions.

Inspired by the lack of age-appropriate jewelry on the market, Peay decided to take matters into her own hands and start this business. As a stay-at-home mom of four, Peay felt it was a great opportunity to create a need for other parents like her who wanted their babies to look festive. She learned to make jewelry from her own mother. The name of the company comes from wanting to bring joy to everyone who wears its jewelry. All Joyful Bead jewelry is gold filled, which will prevent tarnishing and inconvenience to your little ones.

To get 15% off your purchase with promo code GTU15, visit joyfulbead.com and follow Joyful Bead on Instagram: @joyfulbeadcompany

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