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Beaded Daisy Makes A Daisy of an ID Bracelet


Jul 19, 2007

Non-traditional medical ID by Beaded Daisy

Beaded Daisy owner Regan King, who has two kids with diabetes, started her company when her ten-year-old son couldn't find a non-traditional medical ID that he liked. Beaded Daisy makes medical ID bracelets and necklaces to fill that need at affordable prices.

They'll do custom engraving on all medical tags, pendants, and charms, and shipping is available anywhere in the world. Prices start at $14.95 Canadian plus $6 Canadian for shipping. Their website is www.beadeddaisy.com.


Categories: Beginners, Diabetes, Diabetes, Kids & Teens, Medical ID Jewelry, Type 1 Issues



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