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Product Review: BFF Bracelets

By Robin Dearing

I feel so lucky that Richie and I get requests to review products from small, cottage-industry companies. These companies are started by regular people who have a good idea. Today, I'm reviewing a product from Shains.

Shains was started by Ewa Martinoff who came up with the name with her daughter. Shains stands for: State How Action Is a Necessary Solution. Their slogan is: "say it wear it mean it." It's a company with attitude and passion. Their products are made from recycled and recyclable materials. 

We were sent samples of their BFF bracelets kit. I showed the kit to Margaret and she snatched it out of my hand and immediately got to work:

I don't even need to say that Margaret loved these bracelets. She made one for herself and couldn't wait to give the other to her good friend. She still wears her bracelet all the time. It's cuteness factor is off the chart.

 They have a lot of other products on their website, even products endorsed by Jane Goodall to help save endangered animals. Shains is a company with a conscious AND cute products. I think I'm going to order these for these for my band mates.

Mar and I give Shains BFF bracelets two writsts up.


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Very nice product review of bff bracelets!! Those are very cute and trendy as well. My daughter loves bracelets and I’m planning to buy BFF bracelets to her. Thanks for an inspirational allocation.

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