BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Dozens of colors and thousands of pieces of yarn are what keep Juliann Horton occupied throughout the day.

The 21-year-old known to the community as "Juice" makes happiness bracelets.

"All day. All day long," said Juliann “Juice” Horton.

"Juice" has Down syndrome, and for her, this is an outlet. She and her mother sell the bracelets at craft shows, but really end up giving most of them away.

At just two for a dollar, "Juice" isn't taking in a huge profit, but she donates a portion of each sale to GiGi's playhouse, a Down syndrome achievement center in the Southern Tier.

"She said to me one day that this is happiness. I'm making happiness. I want to make people happy," said Maryann Horton, "Juice's" mother.

And make people happy she has.

Juice was the guest of Senator Fred Akshar in Albany last year for World Down Syndrome Day.

She hand made a red, white, and blue bracelet for every senator.

"I never thought that we would be doing this. I know that she is just as smart and as capable of anybody else to do something and this way she has got something of her own, and she is unstoppable," said Horton.

And it hasn't always been an easy road for Juice. She wasn't able to speak until she was 6-years-old and underwent spinal surgery as a young girl.

But she's always lived by one motto: "Be nice to them, be nice, be good, and be respect, and behave," said "Juice" Horton.

Juice doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon and plans to continue spreading happiness, one bracelet at a time.