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Star Wars Garden Jawas: There’S No Place Like Gnome

by Paul Strauss
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If you’re a Star Wars fan, you MUST immediately head over to the Star Wars Shop and place your order for one of these Jawa garden gnomes.

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Designed as a good luck charm for your garden, these hand-painted, foot-tall mini Jawa lawn ornaments sell for $35 (USD) each and are the perfect guardian for your front yard.

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Of course, they might start scavenging for electronic parts and droids around your house if you don’t keep an careful eye on them.

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While the little guys amber eyes look like they’re illuminated in the photo above, I think it’s just a reflection. But I plan on modding mine with solar-powered LED eyeballs to achieve a similar effect. Garden Jawas are available for pre-order now, and start shipping in January 2010, so you’ll have yours in plenty of time for spring flowers. Or is it already springtime on Tatooine?  I always figured those twin suns wreaked havoc on the growing calendar.

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The Travelocity roaming gnome is so yesterday’s news.

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