Sometimes viral success with something can come after just a single worrying thought, and that’s exactly what happened to this Australian mother.
Natalie Bell is a mother that was worried about what would happen to her daughter Shae if she got in an accident, and it prompted her to create a seat belt cover for Shae that would warn whoever found her about her condition.
The idea gained a lot of popularity in a very short period of time, and she received thousands of requests for similar belt covers.
You see, Bell is the owner of a business called Personalized By Nat, where she creates personalized items. Most of her products are for parents and children, and the belt cover is a velcro seat belt cover with clear bold letters, making it easy to read.
She initially posted her creation on Facebook, and her post was liked more than 206k times and shared more than 758k times! Check out the original post below:
The covers can be attached to seat belts or other places, like backpack straps.
Even though Shae is deaf, and her cover indicates that, Natalie offers different covers and variations for different health issues, including autism, diabetes, down syndrome, etc.
You can buy them on her website for $15, however, she warns that due to high demand, it might take her 2-4 weeks to deliver the product.