A winning design from High Intencity's Design-A-Charm contest, the Peace Love and Happiness charm was designed by Emily R. from Pleasantville, NY and rendered in vibrant detail in an enamel charm measuring approximately one inch.10 % of the proceeds from the sale of this charm will go to the World Wildlife Fund on behalf of its designer. — “Charm It! works really well in this area,” said Blanche Snipes, owner of Tree Top Toys in Redmond, Wash., when asked about her top-selling items for tweens. — Two of 44 retailers listed Charm It! as a best-selling item for tweens during a September 2010 survey. — Katie Rook, manager of Be Beep A Toy Shop in Columbia, S.C., told TDmonthlyin an October 2011 survey that High Intencity charm bracelets are their best selling tween item. — Dean Smith, owner of JaZams in Princeton, N.J., told TDmonthly in a Summer 2012 survey that they sell between 40 and 50 Charm It! charms each month.
Charm Candy comes complete in individual bakery boxes that reveal an unexpected treat, real bakable (and reusable) cupcake liners and necklaces with retro-reminiscent bubble heart pendants. For a little icing on the cake, each bakery box features a Surprise Cupcake recipe on the back to inspire custom confections. — In a September 2010 TDmonthlysurvey, two of 44 retailers named Charm It! charms a top-selling jewelry and accessory item.
This 1" bedazzled, chocolate-covered strawberry charm adds a hint of sparkle and sweetness to any Charm It! bracelet or necklace. — In a June 2010 TDmonthlysurvey, three of 40 retailers said High IntenCity charms are a best-selling product for girls.
This dazzling charm attaches to Charm It! bracelets or necklaces for a bit of fun and sparkle. — Charm It! Charms were on the top-10 best seller list at Dancing Bear Toys in Asheville and Hendersonville, N.C., in June 2010, as reported by Sarah and Erika Evers, owners and sisters. “These charms are very tastefully done, and they are the right price point,” they told TDmonthly. “They’re also adorable, and you can start a child with a couple charms and they can add on over time.” — ''Every day, we sell a bracelet and two charms, and on the weekends, it's more,'' Gwen Bowden, manager of Doodlehopper for Kids in Springfield, Va., shared with TDmonthly in the fall of 2010.
In silver-toned metal finished with brilliantly colored enamel and matching rhinestones, Charm It!'s Safety Pin Bracelet circles the color wheel with seven glitzy safety pins. A funky accent piece alone, the bracelet can be personalized with any selection of Charm It! charms to suit a girl's individual styles and interests. ― “By far, Charm It!s are the best,” Terri Bracken, owner of Earth Explorer Toys in Zionsville, Ind., told TDmonthly when asked about her best-selling jewelry item in fall 2009. ― Three of 39 retailers said Charm It! is their best-selling jewelry or accessory item during an October 2009 survey.
Each Charm It! box holds a surprise, oversized charm inside. There are seven different charms available, including Troy, Chad, Sharpay and Gabriella. Charm It! Secret Surprise Boxes are also available in Hello Kitty and Hannah Montana themes. Launch date: September 2008.
The PiNKiTUDE brand was developed through partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure® and MGM's Pink Panther. A portion of proceeds from the line will go to the Susan G. Komen foundation. Launch date: August 2008.
The stretch nylon head wrap features the Hannah Montana license. The nylon head wraps offer tye-dye styles featuring images of the tween dreams framed in metallic studs or solid nylons embellished with studs that spell out the property names. Other varieties available include High School Musical and The Cheetah Girls.
Each ten-piece hair elastic set comes on a ball chain with a large matching charm accessory. Adorably trendy, retro-reminiscent sets like a cupcake, rainbow, monkey and princess style feature brightly-colored elastics with apropos words and graphics. Licensed varieties such as Hannah Montana, High School Musical, Hello Kitty and Mr. Men Little Miss are also available.
The set builds environmental awareness with statement charms such as Love Earth, Green is Good, Plant A Tree and Reduce-Reuse-Recycle. Each set comes with five eco-themed interchangeable charms and a charm bracelet. The packaging is made of 100 percent recycled cardboard, features an eco-art design and comes with a 100 organic cotton insert. Launch date: Spring 2008.
High Intencity Corp. and Chorion Silver Lining team up to introduce its collection of classic Mr. Men Little Miss characters from the 1970s children’s book series. The crystal-framed necklace is glamorous with a retro appeal. Matching crystal-framed bracelets are also available. Launch date: October 2007.
High Intencity Corp. and Chorion Silver Lining team up to introduce its collection of classic Mr. Men Little Miss characters from the 1970s children’s book series. The bracelet features adorable characters such as Little Miss Sunshine, Little Miss Giggles and Little Miss Trouble. Launch date: October 2007.
Each pre-made gift set comes with five themed charms and one snap-clasp bracelet. Gift sets are packaged in a rainbow-striped box that doubles as a keepsake with a velvet insert and magnetic closure. The box itself comes in a special gift bag. Gift set themes range from friends to birthdays to dance to licensed Disney characters, such as Disney Princesses, Hannah Montana and High School Musical.
High IntenCity will donate ten percent of the proceeds they receive from purchases of I CARE jewelry to Girls Incorporated, a national non-profit youth organization dedicated to creating a better future for girls. The MSRP is between $12 and $20. “The product is fashionable and philanthropic,” Jacquelyn Doran, marketing associate at High IntenCity Corp., told TDmonthly. “Retailers and girls can contribute to a great cause with their purchase of a fun, fashionable jewelry item.” Launch date: July 2007.
This line allows girls to personalize their bedroom walls with a little bit of bling. Each silver letter is showered in pink and clear Swarovski crystals. Girls can spell their names or favorite words, or highlight their initials. The letters come individually boxed.
In partnership with Disney, High IntenCity releases an exclusive collection of jewelry and accessories based on the smash-hit “High School Musical.” This expressive, trendy collection features CHARM IT! charms, as well as a specialty collection of bracelets and necklaces featuring a Glitter Heart Necklace, a Troy Locket toggle bracelet, a HSM charm bracelet, and a Spin Disc Necklace. “High School Musical is a gigantic hit and we love being a part of the craze! Our jewelry is always fun, fashionable, and of the highest quality,” Jackie Doran of High Intencity told TDmonthly. Launch date: November 2006.