£ 1.99 – £ 3.49
Inhaler Inside Visual Cues. Available as a button badge or keyring/bag charm. These can be attached to your bag or jacket for people to see you are carrying an epipen. Our visual cues are really useful accessories for people with hidden and chronic illnesses or disabilities, to get a message across and raise awareness.
The design is printed on high quality paper, punched out and pressed into the components. A piece of protective mylar covers the design.
HOW TO ORDER
1. Select your OPTION:
Option 1 – Badge
Option 2 – Keyring/Bag Charm
2. Select the SIZE required:
Button badge available in 25mm, 38mm, and 58mm.
Keyring/Bag charm available in 45mm.
3. Choose which STYLE you want:
Style 1 – White text on a coloured background.
Style 2 – Coloured text on a white background.
4. Let us know your chosen colour using the ORDERN NOTEbox
Colours available: Black, Green, Teal Green, Lime Green, Pink, Dark Pink, Red, Orange, Light Purple, Purple, Blue, Navy Blue, Turquoise.
Keyrings come with a chain and 25mm split ring. The back of the keyring is plain white plastic back. We have included an example in the photos.
All our products are lovingly handmade to order so when you buy from Catching Dreams Crafts you know that your order has been made especially for you. We hope you love your purchase just as much as we loved creating it for you. We’re happy to take custom orders so please don’t hesitate to contact us if there’s something you would really love to have on your badge. Large orders are also accepted.
The badges have a pin fastening and aren’t suitable for young children. We do have safety backs that can be added on request for 38mm/58mm sizes.
As these items are handmade, they may vary slightly from the picture.
Any glare on the photos will not be on the finished product.
©Catching Dreams Crafts 2019. All rights reserved
261 total views, 1 views today
25mm, 38mm, 45mm, 58mm
Style 1, Style 2
In 2011 I started getting tired and having awful pains in my right shoulder, as well as widespread aches and pains. I put it down to being a single mum, and trying to hold down a job, as well as getting older. By January 2012, my shoulder pain was enough to put me on long-term sick. After numerous visits to the GP, in the June I finally got an MRI which showed arthritis in the shoulder. Physio/injections followed, but nothing helped, and the pain elsewhere continued to worsen. August 2012 I got the diagnosis for Fibromyalgia. In Dec 2012 I had an op on my shoulder, where they shaved 2 of my bones and removed part of my shoulder blade. The op was unsuccessful, and I still get excrutiating pain. I have also been diagnosed with IBS, and suffer with Panic and Anxiety attacks. 2018 has brought a further diagnosis of Functional Neurological Disorder
|Within United Kingdom (UK)||Free|
|Outside United Kingdom (UK)||£ 4.00|
|Shipping from||United Kingdom (UK)|
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.