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Old 06-20-2012, 10:02 PM   #1
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Allergy stickers/pins?

Do I have any chance at finding these in a brick & mortar store?? Ds2 has multiple food allergies, & we are flying out of state for a month. I don't necessarily need to have it for our trip; but it may come in handy. I do plan on getting some stickers made up for when we are out and about from cafepress...

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Re: Allergy stickers/pins?

I have seen bracelets (the rubber/flexible fundraiser type) with allergy info on them.

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Re: Allergy stickers/pins?

I haven't found any in brick and mortar stores, but there are lots of options online. And if you have a t-shirt, screen press or trophy type place around you- you might be able to get badges or pins made.

Here's a cute shirt site http://specialchildren.about.com/gi/...ucts/index.htm

Have you seen this one- its got buttons and stickers http://specialchildren.about.com/gi/...lergyShirtShop

we got our bracelet from here http://www.medicalidstore.com/store/...Yes&Thumbs=150 . The plate has rings on both side so it attaches with clamps on both sides of the bracelets so its easily transferred to another bracelet. Now that dd is older her grandma made her a bunch of beaded bracelets with clamps on both sides so she has a bracelet to match almost everything she owns. MIL went a bit over board- she seriously has 25 bracelets. We have 2 plates that came with the 2 bracelets we bought.

There are also several places you can get "I carry an epipen" patches from online if want them. DD wanted a epipen carrying case that didn't label itself as such. We haven't gotten yet, but have to order one before she starts school in Sept.
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Old 06-21-2012, 05:22 AM   #4
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Do I have any chance at finding these in a brick & mortar store?? Ds2 has multiple food allergies, & we are flying out of state for a month. I don't necessarily need to have it for our trip; but it may come in handy. I do plan on getting some stickers made up for when we are out and about from cafepress...
I got DD the alergbling bracket. It is like the rubber brackets mentioned. But you can get little buttons to Put on it for the allergies. I got mine off amazon , but there is a place that sells them and individual buttons online.

Here is the link

http://www.laurenshope.com/products/...rgy-alert-band

ETA: the buttons fit on crocs, and crocks has some nicer brackets/necklaces For them.

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Thanks- I like the shirts! I think I may get one of those puff paints and write on a shirt in the meantime.
The allerbling one won't work- he has more than 3 allergies.
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Old 06-21-2012, 09:25 AM   #6
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Re: Allergy stickers/pins?

If you can't find the shirts, stickers or bracelets at a B&M - you could get the blank sticker paper and print your own. It doesn't have to be fancy, I have an allermate bracelet for DS2 but found that my own stickers that just said "NO PEANUTS" worked way better.

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