Posted by Dustin on October 6, 2013 at 09:57 AM CST |
Juan Jose Matamoros created these stunning pieces for the creepiest (and most fun) month of the year! KT joins some of her Star Wars friends trick-or-treating in the second ever R2-KT Halloween patch. The ghost jawa was so cute we decided to take it one step further: R2-KT and her buddy R2-D2 are gonna bust some ghost-jawas! The V2 (Trick or Treat) patch is $7 and the V3 (Jawa Busters!) patch is $8 and measures a whopping 4 ?" tall x 6" long! Free shipping to anywhere, paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org (For $20 you can get both plus a Legion 2012 North Pole mission patch (your choice) while supplies last). We?re doing a limited run, so order now ? we email KT?s friends so they can get in on these runs early!
What?s scarier than Halloween? This run benefits *Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation "Fighting childhood cancer, one cup at a time"*. This charity really touched me when I read about it. It was founded in 2005, the year we lost Katie ? I think it speaks to exactly what we all want to see: ending cancer in kids.
Alex's Lemonade Stand shares the vision of their founder and creator, Alexandra "Alex" Scott - a cure for all children with cancer. It was started by her parents in 2005 to continue the work that Alex began. Their mission is simple: to raise money for and awareness of childhood cancer cause - especially research into new treatments and cures - and to encourage and educate others, especially children, to get involved and make a difference for children with cancer.
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