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Share the joy of childlike cheer through our holiday cards this year!
KumKum, Krysanthe, Alex, and Kate each designed these fun and festive cards for you to enjoy! The are the perfect way to share your seasons greetings with your family, friends, co-workers, and even clients! Each card contains a short “About the Artist” on the back and promises to bring a smile to every recipient this holiday season. What better way to spread joy than with our children’s creativity!
If you have any questions or need to purchase a quantity greater than 100 cards, please contact Liz Lewis for more information.
Kumkum, age 12, has been one of our wonderful BRASS (BRothers And SiSters) Campers for several years now. She loves to ride her bike around the neighborhood to visit friends and showcase her artist side with incredible and creative drawings, such as her card design!
Kumkum also enjoys playing Roblox with her friends online and always finds time to read.
Even while her mother stayed with big sister Kali in the hospital, little 4 year old Krysanthe was a joy for friends to keep. It was a highlight to visit Kali when therapy dogs came in, and she was allowed to pet them. Her favorite thing, though, was to visit big sister and bring her gifts. Krysanthe was born with a sunny personality, and she brightens every room she walks into! She sings and dances her way through the day and makes friends everywhere she goes. Krysanthe loves crafting, she makes and sells slime, and she handcrafts beautiful cardboard furniture for her dolls. Krysanthe is an animal lover and hopes to own her own clinic with a shelter some day.
At six years-old, Alex was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. His cancer treatments ended 38 months later after 2 surgeries, 3 bone marrow aspirations, 4 transfusions, 23 lumbar punctures, 115 chemo infusions, and thousands of pills, emergency room visits and hospital stays. Lego, the Harry Potter books, video games and Special Love’s family weekends and Camp Fantastic sustained him through it all. Today he is an active, cancer free 7th grader who lobby’s Congress for increased funding for pediatric cancer research.
Kate, 14, feels right at home at Camp Fantastic and Special Love’s family weekends.Kate’s cancer journey began shortly after her 11th birthday when an MRI revealed a Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor in her spine. After surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and a long recovery period, Kate is happy to be back at school, but grateful to her Special Love family for understanding the road she traveled and the continued challenges she faces.