Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Shop for the Cure with BooJee Beads

I’m in love with the products at BooJee Beads, even though I haven’t tried them yet! They’re just so pretty and elegant. They carry lanyards, badge reels and other items that make perfect gifts for teachers, medical professionals, or anyone who has to wear an employee ID tag or badge on a regular basis. I’m going to pick up a couple for my twins’ teachers for Christmas! (Click HERE to see the adorable lanyards they have for teachers!) BooJee Beads lanyards feature magnetic breakaway clasps and come with a clear pouch to hold an ID either horizontally or vertically. They hang 18 inches from the back of the neck.

I also love that they’re supporting breast cancer research. Following are the products being offered by BooJee Beads for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Ten percent of the sale of these items is donated to the American Cancer Society. And if you enter the code FREESHIP when you check out, you get free shipping!

Hope for Cure Beaded Lanyard

This lanyard is accented with pretty shades of pink beads and clear beads combined with pink ribbons. $20.00 Click HERE to purchase.

Pink Ribbon Beaded Lanyard

This lanyard is handcrafted with glass seed beads in shades of pink, rose and gray crystal. $20.00 Click HERE to purchase.

In the Pink BooJee Ribbon

This is BooJee Beads’ newest pink ribbon lanyard. The material is washable, and the bottom is adorned with a removable retractable badge reel for easy “swiping” of your employee ID. $15.95 Click HERE to purchase.

Pink Ribbon Badge Reel

This pink ribbon retractable badge reel features an enamel-back pearlized background and a single subtle crystal. It comes with an attached ID pouch. $10.00 Click HERE to purchase.

I encourage you to check out the huge assortment of beautiful products at

DISCLOSURE: I have not received or purchased any of these products. This post is not considered an endorsement of any of these products, but rather simply a reporting of what's available to support breast cancer causes.

UPDATE (Oct. 13, 2009): When the wonderful people at BooJee Beads saw this post, they sent me their beautiful stained glass lanyard in appreciation for spreading the word about their breast cancer products. I also purchased two lanyards as teachers' gifts. I am extremely pleased with all three lanyards!

1 comment:

  1. As October is Breast Cancer Month, I commend to you a book review written by my wife Janice and myself . The article is about a promising new writer Sandra Crawford* whose book 'In the Arms of the Beloved: a journey through Breast Cancer' has just come out.

    Blessings, Ed Hird+


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