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Candy Bracelets - 30CT Bag

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Pressed Candy Beaded Kids Bracelets - 30-Piece Pack

Certified Kosher under the strict supervision of Rabbi Binyamin Gruber, Monsey, NY.
These bracelets are made of pressed candy and are stretchable rubber to fit around a child's wrist! Just wear the bracelet and munch on the candy beads whenever you want!

Dimensions: Approx. 3" Long
Contains 30 Pieces
Total Net Weight: 9.3 oz / 0.3 oz each
Certified Kosher under the strict supervision of Rabbi Binyamin Gruber, Monsey, NY. Certified Kosher under the strict supervision of Rabbi Binyamin Gruber, Monsey, NY.
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great as a centerpiece@
by lisadc from dc on 4/29/2013
I bought these and candy necklaces and watches, plus rock candy, and used them to create centerpieces for a bat Mitzvah lunch. they were a HUGE hit. even adults enjoyed eating them and kids walked around draped in them. It was also a fairly inexpensive way to create a centerpiece (I used small glass bowls to hold everything). I would and will do it again!