Diabetes Greeting Cards?

Yes, you read that right…Diabetes Greeting Cards!

I often get requests from people who want to share a post on my blog. They want to write about how to cure your diabetes by eating their miracle food. They want to tell my readers all about their awesome socks that will instantly cure all that ails you and things that you didn’t even know were ailing you. Once in a blue moon, someone will send me something relevant and I will think about posting what they send me.

A few weeks ago I received a request from a woman who wanted to promote her greeting cards. My first thought was…wow! She called me Barb and not “Dear Advocacy”. I decided to read a bit further. They had a really interesting concepts, they were cards for people with diabetes but they weren’t stupid. They were actually kind of cute. Enough from me on the subject though….

I’m Nene Adams and I’m an insulin dependent Type II diabetic. I’ve also been a greeting card designer since 2007.

Following a stay of several weeks in the hospital for a diabetes related medical problem, I was inspired to do some research into diabetes. I learned a lot, including the fact that there seemed to be very few greeting cards designed specifically for diabetics.I thought there needed to be more and better choices for a group of people the mainstream card retailers were ignoring.

Me and my partner, Corrie Kuipers, have teamed up with a few other talented artists – Doreen Erhardt, Betsy Cush and Sharon Fernleaf – to create a line of greeting cards for children and teenagers/young adults with diabetes. The messages are positive and supportive, not just a generic “get well.” The images are colorful and often humorous in each artist’s distinctive style.

We hope these cards will help inspire and encourage diabetic kids and their loved ones.

http://www.greetingcarduniverse.com/get-well-feel-better-cards/diabetes

4 thoughts on “Diabetes Greeting Cards?”

  1. http://www.thewhig.com/2014/06/03/madis-drugs-funded-in-weeks-not-months-matthews

    Dare I dream that Deb Matthews will restore bg stick funding, introduce CGMS sensor funding and insulin pump funding for gestational diabetes and type 2s on insulin during this election campaign?

    Self-administered testing saves a great deal of sophisdicated and EXPENSIVE lab testing, ambulance rides and ER visits. How can we afford not to fund these supplies and management tools when the private plans are funding and better bg levels in all diabetics saves a fortune.

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