Who We Are
I am a Cleveland, Oh based graphic artist – and food allergy mom! – offering customized allergy alert products for kids and families. Working with the print on demand company Zazzle I am able to offer a variety of designs on an assortment of products personalized to your needs which SHIP WORLDWIDE! Please contact me with any questions or specific design requests.ic design requests.
We now offer many products in our ONLINE STORE to keep a safe and organized, allergen-free home. Our allergy alert collections include book bag tags, lunchboxes, stickers, apparel, plates, placemats and much more. Lil Allergy Advocates designs modern, stylish allergy alerts and awareness items for home and school. Products are designed with fun graphics that will appeal to children and easy to see warnings symbols that will please adults. If you are looking for something specific or need an allergy combination you don’t see in the store please contact us for a custom design request. We are excited to offer our products as part of the Zazzle Community. Zazzle ships worldwide and offers a 100% back guarantee. Learn more about Zazzle here.
What is a Food Allergy?
Food allergy is a serious medical condition affecting up to 15 million people in the United States, including 1 in 13 children. The job of the body’s immune system is to identify and destroy germs (such as bacteria or viruses) that make you sick. A food allergy results when the immune system mistakenly targets a harmless food protein – an allergen – as a threat and attacks it.
What is an Allergic Reaction?
Symptoms of an allergic reaction may involve the skin, the gastrointestinal tract, the cardiovascular system and the respiratory tract. The most severe allergic reaction is anaphylaxis — a life-threatening whole-body allergic reaction that can impair your breathing, cause a dramatic drop in your blood pressure and affect your heart rate. Anaphylaxis can come on within minutes of exposure to the trigger food. It can be fatal and must be treated promptly with an injection of epinephrine (adrenaline). While any food can cause an adverse reaction, eight types of food account for about 90% of all reactions: Tree nuts, Peanuts, Egg, Milk, Soy, Wheat, Fish, and Shellfish.
- FAACT: Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Connection Team
- FARE: Food Allergy Research & Education
- Kids with Food Allergies
- American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
***By downloading and/or printing any content from Lil Allergy Advocates you are agreeing that it is for personal, non-commercial reasons and are agreeing to the Terms and Restrictions on this site. Please see below to review terms and restrictions.
Do you have a physical store location?
No, our entire shop is through the online marketplace Zazzle. They ship worldwide, have an excellent return policy and allow us to place our designs on hundreds of products with endless customization options for customers.
How can I get coupons?
How can I get free shipping?
The best way to shop on Zazzle is to join Zazzle Black. Get free shipping, exclusive discounts, and much more. Join and enjoy the benefits for free for the first 30days!
Do you ship worldwide?
Yes, our items ship via Zazzle and will ship worldwide.
What if I need to return an item I purchased?
100% return guarantee. Details here.
I like a design that is on a shirt but I wanted it on a different item.
We are able to put any of our designs on a product offered by Zazzle. Contact us and let us know what you like to purchase and we can try to make what you are looking for.
How can I customize my items?
Most of our items have a text template where you can just swap out the example name for your child’s name on a product. By leaving the text template blank you can remove the name from the item if you wish.
I have an idea for a product can you make it?
How do I open printables?
Click on the link below the image, all the printables are in PDF files. It will pop up automatically to download. If it does not pop up you need to install Adobe Reader here.
Can I edit the printables?
Unfortunately no. Since the printables are custom designed with fonts and graphics and saved in PDF file you will not be able to edit them. Please see our Terms and Services for more details on why you are not able to edit, modify or copy these images as they are copyright to Lil Allergy Advocates.
How can I re-size the printables?
When you open the PDF file a box will pop open with options. Look at the preview box that shows the printable. Please notice if any areas of the printable are cut off you will need to either ‘fit to page’ or ‘scale to page’ to adjust the margins for the printable area. There are also options to print 2 per page or more in the printing options.
The colors look different when I print, what am I doing wrong?
The images displayed on computer screens vary greatly, what you see on your screen and what prints may not be a perfect match. Printers also vary greatly depending on what settings you use when you print. Please expect some variation from screen to paper. Make sure to select the type of paper you use in the printer options (cardstock, glossy photo paper, plain paper, etc.) as this can affect the outcome of the color as well.
What type of paper should I use?
What paper to use is largely dependent on what you are printing. For printables that will be colored or games that will be written on such as the word searches or coloring pages, we recommend plain white paper or card stock. For the printable valentines thicker paper such as glossy or matte photo paper or card stock may be preferred.
What margins should I use?
Most printables, unless otherwise noted, are designed with .5inch margins on all sides. By choosing ‘none’ for the margins in the printer options the graphics will still be in the printable area for most printer default settings. If you find what you are printing to be outside the margins adjust your printers settings to ‘fit to printer margins’ or choose a custom setting.
Can I share the printables?
We are glad you are enjoying the printables! You are encouraged to use the printables for personal and classroom use. If you want to pin or share on Facebook please pass on the image from the post that it features NOT the printable itself. Also PLEASE give proper credit to the site linking directly to the post with images of the printable. Please see the Terms and Restrictions page for more details on sharing and using images.
Who hosts your site?
Lil Allergy Advocates is hosted, designed, and maintained by Windy Hill Web Solutions.
All photos and graphic elements © Lil Allergy Advocates. All Rights Reserved.
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TERMS AND RESTRICTIONS
The following applies to both the free content as well as purchased productions on Lil Allergy Advocates Website:
You may use the free printables for in-home use as decorating, organizing, teaching, crafting.
You may use the free printables for school-related use: displays/decoration, classroom parties and activities, educational aides.
You may use the free printables to create gifts for others.
You may display the free printables in your place of employment or school.
YOU MAY NOT
You may not use the free printables in any manner in which you charge or collect money, collect fees, or receive any form of remuneration directly or indirectly.
You may not sell the free printables in either digital or printed format, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly.
You may not forward, share or redistribute the digital files. You MUST link to the blog post instead.
You may not host a digital copy of the free printables from your own website or publication. You MUST link to the blog post instead.
You may not alter or obscure the original designs, illustrations or copyright/domain information.
You may not extract design elements from the free printables and use them in your own work.
You may not add digital content (text or images) to the free printables including business logos etc.
Please feel free to ‘pin’ any blog post or free printable from Lil Allergy Advocates. Please make sure any pinned content points directly back to the blog post/printable. Failing to properly ‘pin’ is a violation of our copyright agreement and you will be asked to fix or remove the pin immediately.
Please understand that information and content at Lil Allergy Advocates is in no way medical advice. Please see your doctor/allergist for medical questions.
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