Tiny Tags Founder Melissa Clayton on Celebrating Moms

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The Bump presents #MomBoss, a series dedicated to showing off all-star moms. We catch up with mompreneurs behind products we love, influencers who get real about motherhood and SAHMs who can multitask in their sleep.

Melissa Clayton was in search of the perfect “mommy necklace” after becoming a mom. When she didn’t find one, she decided to create her own. In 2010, Clayton traded her career as a CPA and founded Tiny Tags, a fine jewelry brand that creates unique and customizable jewelry for moms around the globe. What started as a hobby that included hand-stamping pieces on her kitchen counter has turned into a business that’s garnered far-reaching acclaim—including from stars like Meryl Streep, Selma Blair and Hoda Kotb.

Six years after starting the company and moving from Boston to California, Clayton, who’s since upgraded from a hand stamp to a laser engraver and…

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