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    Charms??

    Bought GD a cute charm bracelet at Etsy with a few charms. It was a bit spendy but thought it would fun to add inexpensive charms later. Since she is only 5, thought I could pick up additional colorful, not too expensive charms??? Checked out Wally World and they no longer have jewelry??? I can go to the jewelry store and pay BIG prices, of course, but wondering if I am missing other places to look?? I may try some thrift shops???? I have checked auctions on line too. Any suggestions?

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    Try Target or Kohls. Amazon or any of the mall teen places might have some.

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    Etsy.

    ETA: This was the very first site that came up--
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/1254220...9%3A1254220272

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
    Etsy.

    ETA: This was the very first site that came up--
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/1254220...9%3A1254220272
    That is where I got it. Looking for other options.

    Already checked Amazon. What are teen sites or places???

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugal-one View Post
    That is where I got it. Looking for other options.

    Already checked Amazon. What are teen sites or places???
    Claire’s and Lovisa, both chain stores in malls.

    And here in St. Louis there’s a bunch of Chinese owned trading companies that have a bunch of cheap jewelry but I don’t know if they have charms.

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    Okay--I first thought you kids were talking about "Lucky Charms", product marketed as suitable breakfast food for kids watching TV Commercials thatt had cartoon leprechauns, and where the cereal was basically candy. Yeah, but, don't some of us crave carbohydrate, etc., to get us going in the am? But yeah--the topic is something or other different than what I was first thinking. Ha. Carry On.

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    I used to buy them off eBay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frugal-one View Post
    That is where I got it. Looking for other options.

    Already checked Amazon. What are teen sites or places???
    I can't even use the excuse it was my bedtime...

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    Bead stores usually carry all sorts of fun charms (from a former bead store manager).

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    Thanks! Never would even have thought to check a bead store!!! Just looked for bead stores in my area. Listed Hobby Lobby and they have them! Will go later this week to check it out!!! Brand ... Charm me.... inexpensive ones good for a 5 year old, I bet.

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