Treat Yourself to some Razzle Dazzle Llama Pouches, Mug, Basket and Yarn!

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How do you treat yourself when you are allergic to Latex? When you want to celebrate or pat yourself on the back, going out for ice cream, dinner, a shopping trip to the mall or a movie are risky things to undertake and can’t be done safely. Finding a way to do something special is very limited. I have found something to treat myself that is fun and also a stress reliever. This special llama kit includes a nice size mug, a zippered pencil case, a zippered make-up size bag, a metal basket and yarn! This kit is practical, fun and very useful. Knitting up the yarn is relaxing and meditative. This kit posed no risk of latex exposure and is a great treat for yourself.

Treating yourself with something that is latex safe, relaxing and practical is fun, and best of all it won’t start an allergic reaction. There are no rubber bands, masking tape or duct tape contaminating these items. They will last a long time, are durable and high quality. So, when I want a treat, I shop online for some yarn from Knit Picks since I never had a reaction from anything they sent me. I do put a note on the order form about the latex allergy and I ask them not to use rubber bands, masking tape or duct tape in the order. I tell them that plastic bags are okay. I have always been able to use their yarns. The mug, basket and bags have been safe and the llama design makes me happy and smile every time I look at them.

So when you want to suggest a gift or want to buy yourself something, this llama kit comes with lots of treats from zipper pouches, a basket, mug and a cute mug that will last you for years to come and will give you a new project to make with some very special, soft, billow yarn. Click on the image and you will be taken right to the video about the Llama Kit. Enjoy!

Below are some links directly to the Llama Kit and some related items.

Llama Kit

Tucked In Book

Milestones and Memories Book

Celtic Journey Book

Billow Yarn

Author: D Green

I am an RN who has had anaphylaxis to latex for 20 years. This has changed my life and the plans I had for me and my family. Since latex in the environment is not able to be seen, latex avoidance is difficult to achieve. Anaphylactic reactions occur if I eat it, breathe it or touch it. I have missed all major life events of my family including graduations, concerts, weddings and funerals. I have not been able to work in the profession of nursing, and subsequently living at poverty level income has resulted because of this disabling allergy. I hope to help those allergic to latex and their families understand the importance of latex avoidance for survival and to help ease the stress of living with this life threatening allergy.

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