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    Default Decorating the wheelchair

    I am going to start shopping for. Wheelchair. My DD is an artist, and I was saying how uninspired wheelchairs look, and I wish I could make it look cooler. Like how we dress to reflect our personalities etc.

    Her idea was to maybe do it on a motorcycle leather theme. I thought of Jeannie. Didn't Jeannie used to ride a motorcycle?

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    You might get some ideas here--especially #12:

    https://kdsmartchair.com/blogs/news/...ut-wheelchairs
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    I like this one!



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    Cool

    Vicky, that is you!

    I was going to suggest a flame paint job, but I see someone has one already.
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    ((((((BBS)))))) ~

    How about a surfing theme? Turn your w/c into a terra firma surf board. The perfect wave carrying you forward to the shore.

    Love & Light,

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    ((((((BBS)))))) ~

    How about a surfing theme? Turn your w/c into a terra firma surf board. The perfect wave carrying you forward to the shore.

    Love & Light,

    Rose
    Yes! Great idea! I will suggest it :) dunno why we didn't think of that!

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