The collection, now in all 135 A.C. Moore stores, consists of 126 stylish beads that retail between $1.99 and $2.99 a piece (yes … the decimal is in the right spot here folks!). Consumers can customize their bracelets by mixing and matching vibrant colored handmade glass beads, birthstone beads, and a large selection of metal charms that have meaningful resemblance.
The individualized beads can fit on all designer bracelets, such as Pandora™, Chamilia™ and Trollbeads™. “Having the ability to combine beads and styles provides a look of heritage, collection, and uniqueness. We are very pleased with the overwhelming consumer response at A.C. Moore,” stated Denise Carter, Vice President of Product Development at Janlynn.
“We’re delighted to be carrying this new line of beads and are excited to bring it to our customers, who can view and see how to work with the products at our Show & Tell event on Saturday, February 20th in all A.C. Moore stores” states Robin Beam, Director of Education at A.C.Moore.
While A.C. Moore will carry the entire line of “A Bead at a Time’s™” individual beads, Janlynn also offers them in color themed kits that allow consumers a great building foundation in top selling color schemes. (http://www.janlynn.com/
About The Janlynn Corporation
For over 30 years, Janlynn has been unleashing creativity to the jewelry, needlecraft, quilting, rubber stamp, and kids craft industries through relationships with myriad top designers.
About A.C. Moore
A.C. Moore is a specialty retailer of arts, crafts and floral merchandise for a wide range of customers. The company currently serves customers through its 135 stores located in the Eastern United States from Maine to Florida.
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Incorporated in 1979, The Janlynn Corporation ("Janlynn") is a dominant worldwide craft supplier. Janlynn is a private, family business, whose core values center on maintaining the "family" in family business... treating employees, customers, consumers and suppliers with the same degree of respect as is found in strong family units