I Have An Invisible Illness Communication Vinyl Stickers Set of 2
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 AN INVISIBLE ILLNESS" Vinyl Stickers! These communication vinyl stickers are based on our incredibly popular pins and offer a powerful way to express the presence of your invisible illness.
With each purchase, you receive a set of two stickers, ensuring you have both sizes available. 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. This allows you to choose the sticker that best suits your preference or place them in different locations for maximum visibility.
Please keep in mind that when the sticker is removed from the backing, the black border surrounding the design may decrease in size. This intentional design feature ensures that the primary message remains clear and easy to read.
These vinyl stickers are crafted with high-quality materials, ensuring durability and long-lasting use. The strong adhesive backing ensures a secure attachment to a variety of surfaces such as laptops, notebooks, and more. By proudly displaying these stickers, you raise awareness about your invisible illness and help others understand the challenges you face.
The "I HAVE AN INVISIBLE ILLNESS" Vinyl Stickers serve as a powerful tool to communicate your experience and shed light on the hidden struggles you encounter daily. They act as a visual representation of your condition, promoting empathy and understanding among those around you.
Join the community of individuals who use these stickers to create awareness and advocate for a better understanding of invisible illnesses. Order your set of "I HAVE AN INVISIBLE ILLNESS" Vinyl Stickers today and start sharing your story. Let these stickers spark conversations, promote empathy, and build a more inclusive world where invisible illnesses are recognized and supported.