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How does your little one handle the seasonal downpours? Does she keep her ti leaf adornments dry under a big umbrella, stepping carefully through the puddles so as not to splash her pa'u skirt before her halau performs? Or did he chuck those off adornments, grab the 'ili'ili rocks and choose to make the biggest splash EVER in his malo and favorite mano necklace?


Made from reclaimed wood of Kamuela Hardwoods in Waimea, Hawai'i- these ornaments are sure to bring joy to your car mirror, locker, Christmas tree or wherever else you can think of. Sealed with cyanoacrylate, sanded 220 and finished with a satin enamel, for indoor use only. Approx 3.5x4in.


Being a wood product there will be natural variation in shade and gradient with striations or other natural markings of the wood. The white in particular is the edge of the branch, and sometimes you'll get rare and stunning spalting depending on the piece. I cannot guarantee grain direction or coloration, but I promise when I'm spacing them out on given pieces I try to take these into visual consideration. The change in grain density between the colors makes little difference due to the finish. 

Hilo Rain Children

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