For those scrambling for a last-minute Valentine's Day gift, Jolly Rancher has created hard candy jewelry that makes for perfect presents. While the new jewelry may resemble the famous candy, these colorful pieces will last for much longer.
To create its new line of hard candy jewelry, Jolly Rancher enlisted the help of National Design Award Winner Mary Ping and Fabrice Covelli. The collection includes necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings, and each piece is modeled after the actual candies. Not only is each gem the same size as jolly ranchers, but each flavor is also represented by a different color.
While the tongue-in-cheek collection may seem like an unusual idea, Senior Brand Manager at Jolly Rancher Erik Falck explains, "We're here to rescue our loyal fans from the suckiest of situations – trying to find 'the' gift for a loved one only days before Valentine's Day."
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Jolly Rancher Created Jewelry That Looks Just Like the Candy
1. Hard Candy Jewelry - Creating jewelry inspired by popular candies presents an opportunity for unique and whimsical accessories.
2. Last-minute Gifts - Developing gift options that cater to time-sensitive occasions can be a lucrative market.
3. Tongue-in-cheek Collections - Designing unconventional collections can attract attention and appeal to a niche audience.
1. Fashion Accessories - Exploring the fusion of confectionery and fashion can open up new markets for accessory designers.
2. Gifting - Introducing novel gift options can disrupt the traditional gifting industry and cater to consumers seeking unique presents.
3. Food and Beverage - Collaborations between food brands and designers can lead to innovative product extensions and consumer engagement.