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JDM Jewels grand reopening in Carlyle a reason to celebrate

Grand reopening celebration was part of a special day in downtown Carlyle.
JDM Jewels owner Jordan Mullis was excited about the grand reopening and her new space at Punkin’s Tattoo Parlour.

CARLYLE - JDM Jewels held a grand reopening on May 17 at the new location in Punkin’s Tattoo Parlour.

Owner Jordan Mullis' business was located at the south end of the block on Main Street for several years, and when she was given the opportunity to move to a larger space, she felt it was a good move for her.

Upon entering the spacious foyer and reception area, it has a welcoming feel with a display of handmade jewelry, mannequins with the latest fashions, and a chair to sit and relax.

The clothing shop is located on the left side of the building, sporting fresh displays of fashionable and unique attire, along with many handmade pieces of jewelry.

They had a large flow of visitors that came to check out the new space, either to get a tattoo or to shop.

Mayor Jen Sedor and several town council members made a stop at the shop to welcome the business owner to the new location.

Punkin’s owner, Darylann (D.A.) Kostiew was able to attend some of the festivities, but she was booked solid for the day with tattoos.

JDM had a draw for a sweatshirt and Pinkins gave away two hours of free tattooing.

Kostiew said that other organizations were involved this day as well, which included Envision Counseling and Support Centre, who offered free lunch at their new home on Railway Avenue.

Fireside Furniture had taste tastings o be part of the celebrations.

Kostiew said that the shop was extremely busy, and they received many plants and flowers from local business owners.

“It is so heartwarming,” said Kostiew. “We received a lot of great feedback from the public on the shop, which was also exciting to hear.”

They feel that it was a fabulous day and look forward to years of service.