I Have Epilepsy Communication Vinyl Stickers Set of 2

I Have Epilepsy Communication Vinyl Stickers Set of 2

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PLEASE NOTE: These MAY not be suitable for immersion in water. I have spoken to my manufacturer after receiving a comment from a customer saying that they washed off of her water bottle. 

Introducing the "I HAVE EPILEPSY" Vinyl Stickers! These communication vinyl stickers are based on our incredibly popular pin designs and serve as a powerful tool for expressing your identity and raising awareness about epilepsy.

Each set includes two stickers, ensuring you have both sizes for maximum versatility. The larger sticker measures 0.66 inches in height and 3 inches in length, while the smaller one measures 0.44 inches in height and 2 inches in length. With both options available, you can prominently display your message on various surfaces such as laptops, notebooks or any other smooth surface that deserves a touch of personalization.

Please note that once the sticker is removed from the backing, the black border surrounding the design will decrease in size. This design element ensures that the focus remains on the impactful text, making it easily visible and readable by others.

Crafted with high-quality vinyl, these stickers are built to last. They are durable and resilient, capable of withstanding everyday wear and tear without losing their vibrant colors or adhesive properties. Additionally, these stickers are weatherproof, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Rain or shine, they will stay firmly in place, acting as a visual representation of your identity and advocacy.

The "I HAVE EPILEPSY" Vinyl Stickers provide a way to communicate your experiences and promote understanding and support for those affected by epilepsy. By displaying these stickers, you are raising awareness about the condition and fostering a more inclusive and empathetic environment.

Choose these vinyl stickers as a powerful tool for self-expression and advocacy. Get your set today and let your voice be seen, your experiences be acknowledged, and support be extended to those living with epilepsy.