Our Most Popular Allergy Products
I design custom party supplies, home decor, and kids items at Sam Ann Designs and it has been SO fun. Working with the print on demand company Zazzle allows me to design a HUGE variety of items and let customers personalize their own details. This format fits so PERFECTLY for my Lil Allergy Advocates store for customers needing to add medical alert information, details about allergens, or even just their child’s name on school supplies. Looking at our store with so many designs on hundreds of product types can be a bit overwhelming. I put together this list of our popular allergy products with some details about some of our most popular items. Contact me for custom designs if you need help or have an idea for a design that you don’t see in the shop.
Labels! Waterproof stickers, regular stickers, allergy cards, badges, and luggage tags are all easy options to label your child’s items. Add a name, allergens, or contact info for safety.
Back to school allergy lunch boxes! These are hugely popular with the daycare/preschool crowd that needs to bring in their snacks or lunch and gently remind caregivers their lunch is dairy free or gluten free. For those that are a bit older or do not wish to add personal allergy information to the outside of the box, we offer other personalized designs. No worries about lunchboxes getting mixed up and an unsafe lunch being eaten by your child.
Clothing! There are times, especially with very young children, that you need others to be aware of their allergies. Think of new caregivers at daycare, a preschool field trip, or during an allergy awareness event to show support. All our designs are available on a variety of short sleeve, long sleeve, sweatshirt, and hoodies. Sizes range from infant, toddler, and child to adult in a variety of colors. Our two most popular designs are a basic peanut free t-shirt and a funny “do not feed me” shirt with a donut design.
Posters! More areas are becoming allergy aware and requiring signage as a helpful reminder. I have received requests from daycares, schools and doctors offices for very specific wording on posters, wall decals, and acrylic signs. Many schools are adding their school logo or photos for a customized touch. I offer cafeteria signs that denote a “peanut-free table” or a classroom sign that is “food-free”. The customer can edit all these signs for the different food free requests. While the nut free classroom signs have remained a top seller, there has been an increase in “food-free area” wall decals.