Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Cynthia Bailey has her modeling school… here.
But, Cynthia can’t do everything all by herself… and is spreading her exposure on the RHOA to help her sister, Malorie Massie, sell some (what else…) jewelry. Sister Mal is threading beads on elastic bands and selling them at such reasonable prices that you’ll want to stock up for next Christmas! Yes… some beads on elastic will run you $35 to $125… and don’t forget that $5 fee for postage!
Bracelets can be purchased individually or in bundle through our Mix-n-Match Section at discounted rates, when purchasing more than one bracelet.All MSM Custom Bracelets must be handled with care. Bracelets are made with stretchy elastic(the stretchy elastic has been retrieved from Peter’s used CalvinKlein briefs… the waistband is carefully cut and only the elastic that still has some stretch in it will be considered for the MSM custom bead work!) , over stretching can result in breaking. (Really?? Elastic will break??) We also recommend that you avoid liquids when wearing your bracelets to prevent possible color change. Clean with dry cloth.
No refunds.Each bracelet is tested for durability before sold to customers. (Mal and Cynthia probably wear them first…) Bracelets can be repaired with an additional $15.00 dollar fee if damaged by customers. Beads cannot be replaced. (The beads are all unique, one-of-a-kind… carefully selected from one specific bin in aisle four of a Michael’s store. Once that bead is bought, it just cannot be replaced!)We carry a wide range of products to suit a variety of budgets and tastes. Our most popular products are shown below. For more information on products, current promotions and custom options, please fill out our contact form.We based our business on the belief that our customers’ needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of MSM Custom Bracelets Customers are customers or referrals. (Uh… the “team,” probably Mal and an ex-Uptown server, are committed to meeting customer’s needs… and that commitment results in “customers or referrals”… HUH???)NOTE: Mal’s “customer’s needs are of the utmost importance”… REALLY??? So, if her customer receives the stretchy-elastic bracelet, looks at it, doesn’t like it and wants her money back… tough frickin’ cookies! Mal ain’t givin’ no refunds! And, if you want a 5 cent bead replaced, Mal is gonna charge you $15! That is one “customer caring” company! What a ripoff!!! You can make these bracelets yourself for about $2.00!