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Disabled and chronically sick people don't just have needs, we have wants too. And beyond that, we want (and deserve) nice things! Generally products aren't designed with that in mind, but they are here.

Products include: crew neck unisex t-shirts, A3/A4/A5 art prints, plastic-free paper-based stickers, canvas tote bags and greeting cards.

My collections are about bringing you nice products, yes, but they're also bringing you products that can spark conversations. You don't have to have a certain condition to buy from my shop, in fact you don't have to have any condition. Many of the pieces incorporate valuable reminders for everyone.

Ever feel burnt out? Ever need a reminder to be gentle with yourself?
 We all do sometimes. Whether you'd like to brighten up someone's day, your wardrobe or your home, this shop is here to help.

T-shirts, prints, bags and stickers are available through my
main Teemill webshop. 


- A webshop free from gendered language
- GOTS certified organic cotton
- FSC certified 100% recy
cled paper
- Entirely plastic-free stickers
- Social Accountability
certified (SA8000)
- Process powered by wind and solar
- Low impact inks
- Plastic free packaging

- Carbon-neutral website

The webshop is free from gendered language, but it's worth noting that the fit of the tshirts is often referred to as a "mens" style meaning it's a more straight fit. If it helps I'm 5"7 and a UK size 12. I wear a size Medium for a regular fit, a Large for a looser fit, and an XL for a more oversized feel.

It's important to me that this shop is as environmentally friendly as possible. Please note that the stickers do not contain plastic, which means they are not water resistant. They may also be a little thinner than you're used to, as they do not have the plastic vinyl top layer that some other sticker companies include. For indoor use only. I use them on my pinboard, in my sketchbooks, on journal covers, on pots and inside clear phone cases, for example!

International shipping is available. The countries we can currently ship to are as follows:

United States, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Norway, United Kingdom, Switzerland, New Zealand, Portugal, Netherlands, Isle of Man, Andorra, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cape Verde, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Egypt, Estonia, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, Georgia, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guernsey, Hungary, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Jersey, Kenya, Korea, Republic of, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, New Caledonia, Norfolk Island, Oman, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Saint Helena, Saint Lucia, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Taiwan, Province of China, Uruguay, Virgin Islands, U.S.

I think it's high time there was a shake-up in how we think of "Get Well Soon" and "Thinking of You". Often greetings in these categories are intended to be open ended, applicable to a variety of situations. In theory, I get it. In practice however, it's saying so little it's almost not saying anything at all.

When you're in a tough situation without a definitive end point, people are often unsure of what to say or how to show support. My cards are here to help with tha
t, and bring people together.

Whether it's chronic illness pals that are separated by miles, or friends and family that aren't quite sure of the "right" words to say.

I understand. What do you say when you can't say "Get Well Soon"?

You tell them that you believe them. That you're listening. You remind them that they matter to you, and are valued. You remind them that rest is allowed, and that they're not a burden. You tell them that rest counts. That naps are morally neutral. That you're sorry they're feeling rough.

Not just for those with chronic illness, but 12 designs for anyone going through a hard time.

Back away from the outdated mildly hopeful cards with lavender and daffodils blowing in the breeze. What is that supposed to mean anyway?

Never be stuck for what to say again! I've got you covered.


When you’re in a tough situation without a definitive end point, people are often unsure of how to help or what to say

Greeting Cards are available through my Thortful page.

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