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Chewbeads fans asked and the brand answered! The company behind stylish baby-safe jewelry recently launched Juniorbeads, jewelry especially made for kids and pre-teens. Juniorbeads are made of 100% silicone beads with no BPA, no phthalates, no cadmium, no lead, and no metals. Like the mama version, the necklaces have a breakaway clasp for additional safety.

juniorbeads necklace clasp

The Juniorbeads collection currently includes two necklaces: the solid color Jane Jr. Necklace ($19.50) and the multi-colored Bleecker Jr. Necklace ($22.50). To give you an idea, the mama version of the Bleecker Necklace is 30 inches long and the Bleecker Jr. Necklace for kids is 15 inches long.

We spy additional necklaces and bracelets for kids in these Juniorbeads photos and look forward to seeing the new products as they launch.

juniorbeads from chewbeads

Like many Chewbeads fans, we are super excited about the new Juniorbeads jewelry. My daughter loves wearing jewelry, but it’s hard to find stuff for kids that is designed specifically for kids with safe, quality materials. We love that the beads are safe enough to go in a baby’s mouth, durable enough for an active child and, of course, that they create a fun look.

juniorbeads childrens jewelry juniorbeads by chewbeads

Planing ahead and shopping for a fun addition to your child’s Easter basket? We think a Juniorbeads necklace is a great idea!

Shop! Juniorbeads.com will launch soon but you can browse and purchase now at the Chewbeads website. Like Juniorbeads on Facebook to keep up to date on new product information.

Kate

Kate

Kate started The Shopping Mama™ in January 2009 when, after graduating law school, she traded in online legal research and writing for locating the best products for children. She shops three kids ages 6,4 and 1 from their home in Germany. Her military family is making the most of the overseas assignment by traveling Europe every chance they get.

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