Hello Beach

Enjoy beachcombing for the rest of the summer -and beyond- with these versatile, Made in the USA bags.

080113_HelloBeach_04Self-proclaimed “gift engineer” Francene Dudziec is owner of Monogram Muse, a personalized gift boutique and “celebration studio” (who wouldn’t love that?). Voted Gifted Retailer 2010 by Gifts and Decorative Accessories magazine, Francene also created Locate The Lights, an online guide to find Christmas lights, holiday light shows, decorated homes and inflatable displays that are free to the public all over America. And she’s a contributing writer/craft editor for The Valley’s Child, published by the Scranton-Times Tribune, and a guest contributor at WNEP-TV Scranton.

She’s also a pretty busy creative business owner.

080113_HelloBeach_01Francene recently launched Hello Beach, trendy shell-collecting bags for anyone who loves beachcombing.

“Our product fosters creativity and exploration for kids!” Francene says. “Our darling beachcomber bags are perfect for exploring coastal shores, collecting treasures or rocks along seaside or lake. It’s unique mesh bottom allows for the sand to sift out and shells and treasures can be rinsed directly in the ocean.”

These new patent-pending beachcomber bags for both kids and adults are available in two sizes and four colors. Personalize with destinations, such as Treasures from the Lake, My First Shells from the Myrtle Beach, Future Beachcomber and more. The bags also come blank for monogramming.

080113_HelloBeach_03Handmade in the USA … by Mom. Mom to two daughters, Francene is also a Pennsylvania-based CPSC-Small Batch Manufacturer who makes Hello Beach bags in a 100% cotton top and a durable woven mesh bottom. “They work great as a market tote, too. You can rinse your produce directly within the bag,” she says.

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