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6 cloring pages with chronic illness themes
Framed andunframd art prints.  Includes watrcolor style prints of the heart and spine, artistic style illustrations of the bones of the torso with birds flying in and out, an illustration of a dog and a cat in lab coats over textbook page backgrounds- titled Lab Report and Cat Scan respectively.  A rainbow splatter-stye print of a hand making the ASL sign for I Love You.
3 Drawn Angels each with a different colored ribbon surrounding it.  One purple, one Gold and one Teal.  The teal Angel is part of a fan of 12 greeting cards all with the same design.
Raw and baked cookies showing different medical related cookie cuters. A pill bottle, anatomical heart and brains, a syringe, spine, ear with hearing aid, glasses and more
Heart Shaped Pins with various illnesses on them, one that reads So Tachy, a heart sticker that reads Spoonie, a color page, 2 ribbon pendants and a cloud that reads, "brain fog"
8 greeting cards featuring kids, adults and animals with wheelchairs, red-tip canes, and prosthetics
6 patches and stickers with vaius pro-disabiity and anti-ableism phrases and images.  A teeshirt with pro-disabilty message, and a poster with "Disabled AF" in rainbow pattern of colors.
3 rows of tee, tank, and sweatshirts with a diverse populatio of races and genders representing a variety of disabilities and mobilty equiment. There is also a tote bag, pillow, and sticker.
6 patches and stickers with vaius pro-disabiity and anti-ableism phrases and images.  A teeshirt with pro-disabilty message, and a poster with "Disabled AF" in rainbow pattern of colors.
a silver bracelet with "your anxiety is lying to you" stamped on the inside, a copper ring stamped with "be nice," a heart haped sticker reading "spread love not hate," a samped silver pendant reading, "please do not touch me," a group of small round buttons in various colors all reading, "emergency spoon" with a cartoon spoon. A pair of small silver spoon dangle earrings. An art piece of a black person with short orange hair reading, "please don't touch me," and 7 pins of various colors and patterns. Messages include, "Hello I am non-verbal," "Hello I am not good in crowds," "Hello I am partially-sighted," "Representation Matters," "All Bodies are Good Bodies," "Self Care isn't Selfish," and "Hello I Am Injecting Insulin Not Illegal Drugs."
Tees, stickers and mugs with EDS related messages. Including, "Blessed be the flxible, for they shall not be bent out of shape," "Disability Rights are Human Rights," "Zeba Strong" "Straight Outta Collagen," an others.
3 tee shirts, one pink, one black, one gray with breast-cancer related messages, a white mug with the triple negative symbol on it, and a canvas bag reading Flat AF.  A person holding a poster that reads, "I'm too sexy for my hair", a light gray sweatshirt reading, "Now that we're aware, lets find a cure," and two tank tops, one black and one pink with breast cancer related messages.
Stickers, Tees, Prints, buttons and mugs with various feminist and self-care phrases on them.  "I am Fearless," "Take Courage," "Recovery Takes Time," Bodily Autonomy: not just for the wealthy," Not ever Disability is Visible," "I have no patience for your ableism," "Joy is a form of resistance," Healthcare is a basic human right," "Practice Radical Self Love," "Respect Existence or Expect Resistance"
An enamel pin with zelda-style life hearts with one and a half filled and the other empty, A button reading, "Fight Like a Girl.",  A patch shaped like a party hat reading, "Too Tired to Party," A black tee with rainbow text reading, "I got dressed today.," A sticker shaped like a pin-on medal that reads, "Coping Admirably," a Patch also shaped like a medal that reads, "Fighting Invisible Battles,", and an enamel pin shaped like a turtle that reads, "Slow Runners Club"
3 people in different t-shirts.  One person with long hair in a wheelchair who is wearing a shrit that looks like a name tag reading, "Hello, My name is Chronically Ill Badass", the 2nd person is standing in a black off-the-shoulder tee which reads, "Trust your Dopeness," and the third is seated in a tee that reads, "Chronically Dope." At the far right is a person's torso wearing a tee that reads, "Walk with a Twist.  To the left are 2 different wrists wearing metal and rubber bracelets that read, "Girls Chronically Rock."
Various embroidered products with spoonie and illness themes.  Hooped embroidery reading "Spoonie", "Pajamas all day", and "Rest Your Bones", a necklace with an embroidered semicolon, a zippered bag embroidered with "Happy Pills!", and a small cardboard box with various self-care goodies, and a pair of white undies embroidered with "I am enough" on the front.
a pair of clay earrings with turquoise colored circles from which dangle purle triangles.  A back sleeved white t shirt with a hand giving the thumbs up which reads, "Not Dead Yet", a bone can be seen sticking out the wrist.  A black tee with a black and white mouth holding a pill on its tongue. Text reads, "Sick Girl." Stickers with the 2 t-shirt deigngs on them, plus another blue purple pink gradiant hand with an eye in the palm that reads, "hyprnrml". A small pin in the "sick girl" design. A silver ring with pointed crystal formations on top.  A brass pendant in the shape of a crystal.
An art print of a whale with the tail fin formed by an asl hand sign, a sign readng My Father My Hero with the words MY in asl hand forms, 3 tees wih asl hnd letters that read, "Certified Queen," "Let that Shit Go" and "Zero F**ks Given"
stuffed organ plushes, pants, socks, posters and bags with illustrated organs on them
6 intricate black and white prints with ASL signs and letters as their centers.
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Art, Cards, Bookmaks, and tees with ASL letters on them speling out names and words.
The back windshield of a vehice with a green and white decal reading, "Lyme Warrior www.LymeWarrior.us", A white tee with green sleeves reading, "Chronically Awesome," An orange tee with yellow lighning bolt and black text reading, "I fight Lyme Disease, what's your super power?", a white tile bracelet with black cord reading, "Never Give Up," the back of a gra tee readin, "LW Lyme Warrior," a foppy kids book titled "William and the Tick Invasion," 3 plastic wristbands and 3 black button reading, "LW Lyme Warrior" and "F*ck Lyme," A black baseballcap with "LW Lyme Warrior," the back of a black tee with a lage green no symbol over a list of lyme symptoms to indicate they are not a choice.
10 unfamed prints of various body parts and organs done in watercolos, anthor print of a cochlear implat and a cancer cell in the same style, and 3 framed prints showing different full-body systems also in watercolor.
A pendant reading "Warrior" and another with a semicolon, 3 framed print with mental health themes
5 short sleeve tee shirts in blue, purple black, maroon and navy. They have colorful messages including: 'Viciously alive," "Fuck you, I will thrive," "Alive with the power of spite," "I lived bitch," "Quest for my last spoon," and a black tee with an active, molotov coctail carrying disaility symbol with "make it accessible or burn it down" written in the wheel. A white poster with rainbow print reading, "Queer Kids Need Queer Media," a round button with a drawing of an open mouth, inside it reads, "I hope your god forgives you because we will not," and a pair of red and black socks with a skull on them. From the top of the skull, a tree grows. Text reads, "ever hopeful."
8 tees of diferent colors.  They feature the following designs, "A rainbow pattern which reads 'Neurodivesity', Rainbow colored disabled symbol, a rainbow clored character wearing headphones, an orang tee with white print reading, "Loud Hand," a grey tee reading, "respect my existance or expect resistance,"A black tee with a disabled symbl in the colors of the trans flag, A blue tee reading, "Disabed is not a bad word," a black tee with rainbow disabled icon circled by text reading, "everytime I move my wheels, I start a revolution," 2 different heat packs in different fabric patterns, a row of 8 heating pads in a rainbow of colors, and various cloth and leather patches reading, "No Spoons Left, Fork You," "Nothing About us Without Us," "CripplePunk," "Chronic Illness Warrior," "Not Your Inspiration," and "Smash Ableism"
A set of cards- one reading "Gentle Reminder", and Another allowing for notes.  Several different hand-printed zines about chronic pain, and various floral glycee prints.
A sticker with a stick figure in bed reading, "Warning I'm overdue for a Nap," a keychain of a small corked glass bottle with tiny spoons in it, a row of green and yellow bookmarks with spoons and various sayings on them, a tee shirt with a girl clutching an armful of spoons, and a poster reading, "Keep Calm and Save Spoons."
Stickrs, Tees, Pillows, Tote and a phone case with snarky, disability reated sayings.  Incluing "Tried Yoga... Still Disabled" "You're right, it is all in my head- that's whythey call it MENTAL health," "Don't be an a$$hole to p00r people." and more.
Tights, a shirt and skirt set, necklaces, stickers, knee-high socks, pendants, pins, wash tape and buttons all with pills, bandaids, thermometers, and heart-rate blips on the in both bright and goth color pallettes.
A round pin with an illustrated brain surrounded by text tat reads, "hang on, I need to overthink about it," a rectangular pin that reads, "Don't Wait, Vaccinate", a decal of a bone with text reading, "It is going tibia okay," a decal with text reading, "Your Anxiety is lying to you," a teal shirt  with a circulardesig and text reading, "Wash your hands! Don't get murdered by germs!", a white hand holding a fan of smal zipperd pouches, a black tee with an llustration of lungs, a taco shaped sticker that reads, "Will trade medicl advice for tacos, and 2 white mugs.  One with a rainbow colored skull an the other of an stick figure tripping that reads, "Support your local orthpaedic team"
7 hand sewn patches (6 black round and rectangular, and 1 pink heart shaped) The messages read, "Happy Flaps!" "Space Autistic," "Ask me why Autism Speaks is a Hate group," "Please do not touch me without my consent," "Nothing about us without us," and "Stim Freely."
a series of posters reading: "Spoonies Unite" in different colors, a coat of arms with a spoon and various medical equipment on it, 2 posters featuring amputees, a green poster with panda faces on it reading, "Chronic Painda", 2 posters with spoon designs on it, two metal spoons formed into pendants- one with a blue awareness ribbon in it, and one with a mermaid and blue beads, 2 awareness ribbon necklaces on beaded strands- one purple and one orange.
7 handmade greeting cards. 3 feature simple line drawings of hands spelling out ASL letters. One reads, "Happy", another "HUGS," and the third, "HOPE". The other four cards eature flowers, heart and spoons with messages for people with chronic illnesses
Scultures made out of hands spelling in ASL.  One with a blue, white and purple hand set that spell out "ART," a hand making the "I Love You" sign, a set of varying blue hands spelling out "brother," and a clock with the ASL number signs making the times of the day.
A white tee shirt, black v neck and dark blue hoodie in a row.  Above is a black mug with white handle, and a white rectangular sticker.  They all hav a series of illustrated spoons in skin tones from almost white to fully black. Underneath the design is text reading, "Spoonies of Color"
A fan of multiple colored cards with illustrated spoon characters, a hand mirror with an ab-fab spoon charcter, a mug with motivational sayings on it, a calendar for the "chronically fabulous" and a postcard
A set of 3 wood beaded bracelets with a spoon, a ribbon and other charms.  a purple shirt reading, "Drop it like its POTS," A cup with straw that shows a rainbow toned zebra.  A pair of socks with black feet and multicolored spoons around the tops.  A zippered black bag reading, "Chronically Strong," Two small rectangular pillows reading, "It's Naptime Somewhere..." and "Nap O'Clock."  Pink wristbands reading "Spoonie Strong," and 3 charms with different colored ribbon charms.
A double print of a black and white drawing of a bone and joint, an enamel pin of a figure in a wheelchair- within the wheel are 3 red down pointing arrows, a round blue pin with two white fists. On the knuckles are the letters "SWBK", Stickers of the wheelchair figre and swbk fists, a round sticker wth a rainbow outline and text reading, "Stay Weird be kind", and a watercolor work of a vertabrae
10 Vinyl Decal designs and a set of 12 color options.  The decals read: Drop it like its POTS, May the Spoons be with you, Service Dog on Board, No Medical Degree- No Messing with Me- Unsolicited Medical Advice is Rude, Treat YoSelf (with a gold glittery med bottle), Spoonie Strong (with silver glittery spoon), the decals also include a zebra, a purple ribbon with the word strong on it, and a deathly hallows symbol but with a spoon in the center, and the asl sign for I love you.
Various shirts and mugs with phrases on them.  A green sweatshirt reading, "Celiac Disease is not a choice." A brown sweatshirt reading, "I Rock my NG Tube!", a white tee reading, "Caution! High pain levels ahead.", "An Organ Donor Saved my Life", A pink tee reading, "Yes I have a feeding Tube, Yes my mom has already tried that, No she doesn't want your advice.", A blue long sleeve tee reading, "Put Food here" with an arrow pointing to an outline of a feeding tube port.  A mug reading, "POTS Warrior." and a mug reading, "Chiari Malformation is such a pain in the neck!"
Varius stickers, phone cases, tops, pillows, bags and mugs featuring a range of suprheroes and other icons illustrated to form the classic "handicap" symbol.
Various shirts and mugs with phrases on them.  A green sweatshirt reading, "Celiac Disease is not a choice." A brown sweatshirt reading, "I Rock my NG Tube!", a white tee reading, "Caution! High pain levels ahead.", "An Organ Donor Saved my Life", A pink tee reading, "Yes I have a feeding Tube, Yes my mom has already tried that, No she doesn't want your advice.", A blue long sleeve tee reading, "Put Food here" with an arrow pointing to an outline of a feeding tube port.  A mug reading, "POTS Warrior." and a mug reading, "Chiari Malformation is such a pain in the neck!"
A collection of products from the Unchargeables Shop.  A sticker saying that not every disability is invisible, a zippered pouch with a heart beat reading on it with spoons in the reading, a green tee with a priate symbol using spoons as the cross and a pink bow on the skull, a purple tote explaining the spoon theory, a hat that reads, "thinking... brain fog in progress", a purple tee with rosie the riveter figure stating "I'm a Chiari Warrior", and a mug with a battery symbol half-filled with spoons that reads, "Charging spoon supply".
A green tank top which reads, “SPOONIES AGAINST FASCISM,” a blue long sleeve kids shirt with a repeating pattern that reads, “My existence is resistance,” (the colors of the repeated message form the trans rights flag), a black tee with a circular colorful design with the word “Exhausted” written through it, A red tee with a blue hero mask which contains the words, “Disability is not a costume,” A gray hoodie with 3 lines of text that all read, “my existence is resistance.”  A black and white sticker that reads, “The ADA was signed into law July 26, 1990.  How much more notice do you need?”, Various pieces of merchandise including mugs, pins, pillows and notebooks that have a blue background and the messages, “Ableism is exhausting,” “Ableds are exhausting,” “LOUD AUTISTIC,” “ANGRY SPOONIE”, “ANGRY CRIP”, An off white tote bag with black handle that reads, “Don’t let your lack of disability define you” and another black and white sticker that reads, “AUTISTICS AGAINST FASCISM”