Women grow business one bead at a time


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On a typical Monday or Wednesday morning, Kristina Charlton and Sasha Norman can be found diligently threading chunky beads into fashionable necklaces at Charlton’s kitchen table in Seymour.

Surrounded by tackle boxes filled with colorful beads and an assortment of ribbon and charm pendants, the two stay-at-home moms have found a way to earn an income during their kids’ weekly play dates.

They’ve managed to carve out time between potty training, play time and food messes from their 2-year-old daughters to start their own jewelry business, Sugar Coated Candy.

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