I made this little sign for my sister-in-law, who broke her neck in a fall and was paralyzed from the neck down. She is making some progress, more than the doctors expected, but still gets depressed and discouraged, understandably. I wanted the sign to be lightweight so it can go anywhere, easy to read, simple but bold. I 3-D engraved it on whiteboard. Should I put a topcoat on the whole thing? If so, any recommendations? Thanks!


No idea on the top coat, but the sign is lovely. I’m sure she’ll appreciate it and best of luck to her with her recovery. :slightly_smiling_face:


As long as it’s not going outside I don’t think you need anything else. I do hope she continues to improve; wishing her the best!


Encouragement is very important. This is a great sign, and I love the design framing it.

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