Kirsty Pryer’s diabetic jewellery

Diabetic JewelleryKirsty Pryer was diagnosed with T1 only a year ago and she says, “It was certainly a big change to have to watch what I was eating and drinking, and to inject insulin up to 4 times daily.  One of my concerns after diagnosis was the risk of being unwell and people not being aware of my condition.  I had a look at the available medical ID jewellery but  I wanted something that was more feminine and discreet, but that would be functional in a time of need.”

So she made some bracelets and phone charms for myself then turned it into an online business.  All of her bracelets are unique, handcrafted and fun, fashionable and funky as well as affordable.

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