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    Manu 'O'o Notecard Collection - 4 Pack

    `O ka manu `ö`ö i mälama A he nani kou hulu ke lei `ia Mükïkï ana `oe i ka pua lehua Kähea ana `oe i ka nui manu Hoi mai hoi mai Kö aloha ma nëia Kïhene lehua Precious honey-eater Your beautiful and soft feathers are woven into a lei You sip the lehua blossoms And are called away by other birds Come, come to me To your beloved Lehua cluster

    The note cards come in a set of four cards and envelopes. An original design available exclusively from Na Makua. (Card size: 4.25" x 5.5") #SNCMOR

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    Kiele Notecard Collection - 4 Pack

    Kiele, more commonly known as Gardenia, is a highly fragrant flowering plant that is very popular in Hawaiian gardens. The gardenia is a favorite flower for corsages and cut flower arrangements because its flowers along with it's fragrance last several days in water. Flowers can be either single or doubles. They were popularized in a famous song "Lei Kiele" by Aunty Lena Machado, the songbird of Hawai'i.

    The note cards come in a set of four cards and envelopes. An original design available exclusively from Na Makua. (Card size: 4.25" x 5.5") #SNCKG

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    Hi'iakaikapoliopele Notecard Collection - 4 Pack

    Hi'iaka i ka poli o Pele • Hi'iaka in the bosom of Pele.

    In Hawaiian legend Hiʻiaka was conceived in Tahiti, but carried by Pele in the form of an egg to Hawaiʻi, until born here in Puna. From this, she earned her full name, Hiʻiaka-i-ka-poli-o-Pele: "Hiʻiaka in the bosom of Pele". Hiʻiaka was Pele's youngest and favorite sister, as well as the patron goddess of Hawaiʻi, hula dancers, chant, sorcery and medicine.

    This design depicts the many aspects of Puna, home of Pele with the fragrance of the hala and lehua in the winds and the ongoing battle between the lava and the sea. inspired by a ‘ōlelo no‘eau about the Puna district. ” Hune one o Paia‘ala, ‘Āina Kilohana a ka Wahine,” which translates to, “The sands of Paia‘ala, now a revered prize land of Pele.”

    The note cards come in a set of four cards and envelopes. An original design available exclusively from Na Makua. (Card size: 4.25" x 5.5") #SNCHP

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    Na Lei Notecard Collection

    In Hawaiian Culture a lei is something special that is created by someone and given to another as a symbol of affection. Most commonly a lei consists of fresh natural foliage such as flowers, leaves, vines, ferns, or seeds. The most commonly used flowers are plumerias, tuberose, carnations, orchids, and pikake, though maile, ferns and ti leaves are used as well in traditional lei making among hula dancers. There are many styles of lei making such as "kui", flowers strung together, "wili", made by winding fiber around flowers, and "haku", which is braided.

    Designed by Nelson Makua, these note cards come in a set of four cards and envelopes. Available exclusively from Na Makua. (Card size: 4.25" x 5.5") #SNCNL

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    Lei Hulu Notecard Collection

    For Hawaiians, Lei Hulu or feather lei, were reserved for the Ali'i, They were the adornment and acknowledgement of nobility. Feathers were gathered from various birds such as the 'i'iwi, 'elepaio, 'apapane, and 'o'o and were made into lei, cloaks, and helmets. Today, the art of feather lei is enjoying a resurgence with younger artisans using more contemporary designs and patterns. Native birds are no longer used for their feathers and many are now extinct. Feathers used today come from game birds, domestic fowl, and commercial feather companies.

    Designed by Nelson Makua, these note cards come in a set of four cards and envelopes. Available exclusively from Na Makua. (Card size: 4.25" x 5.5") #SNCLH

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    'Ohi'a Lehua Notecard Collection

    'Ohi'a Lehua - Legend says that one day Pele met a handsome warrior named ‘Öhi’a had already pledged his love to Lehua. Pele was furious when ‘Öhi’a turned down her marriage proposal, so she turned ‘Öhi’a into a twisted tree. His love Lehua was heartbroken. The other gods took pity on Lehua and decided it was an injustice to have ‘Öhi’a and Lehua separated. So, they turned Lehua into a flower an the ‘Öhi’a tree so that the two lovers would be forever joined together.

    Designed by Nelson Makua, these note cards come in a set of four cards and envelopes. Available exclusively from Na Makua. (Card size: 4.25" x 5.5") #SNCOL

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    Hi'iaka and Lohi'au

    Hi'iaka and Lohi'au, the official 2006 Merrie Monarch poster, and the fourth year of this limited edition collection.

    This limited edition art print poster, is printed on UV coated 100# paper. Posters are personally signed by the artist Nelson Makua. (Size: 12" x 36") # MMP-06

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    Lehua and 'Ōhi'a Ho'o kahi nō mea aloha... ō ke aloha.

    The legend of Lehua and 'Ōhi'a, is the official 2009 Merrie Monarch poster, and sixth year of this limited edition collection.

    This limited edition art print poster, is printed on UV coated 100# paper. Posters are personally signed by the artist Nelson Makua. (Size: 12" x 36") # MMP-09

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    'O Pele Laua 'O Poliahu

    KŪ KAUA MEA HE WAHINE. True Qualities of a Hawaiian Woman.

    Pele and Poliahu, the legend continues... After 6 years of Merrie Monarch posters, Nelson is continuing his Pele legend series with this new image of Pele and Poliahu. The opposing forces of fire and ice personifies the rivalry between the fire goddess Pele and Poliahu, the snow goddess of Mauna Kea. To this day the rivalry still persists with Poliahu, occasionally invading Pele's domain by casting snow upon the summit of Mauna Loa.

    This limited edition art print poster, is printed on UV coated 100# paper. Posters are personally signed by the artist Nelson Makua. (Size: 12" x 36") # PPP-10

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    MO'O HĀLOA, MO'OKANAKA A MAU. From the geneology of Hāloa, comes forth Hawaiians forever.

    For Hawaiians, kalo is not only a source of food, it is also what bonds them to their culture and beliefs. The story of Hāloa and kalo is the new image for 2011 as part of our Hawaiian Legacy series.

    This limited edition art print poster, is printed on UV coated 100# paper. Posters are personally signed by the artist Nelson Makua. (Size: 12" x 36") # HP-11

    Price - $20
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