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"Nani wale na lei o Hawaii!"

The making, giving, and receiving of lei is a tradition in Hawaii that transcends time.

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When was the last time you wore a lei? If you think back can you remember who gave it to you? What did is smell like? Why was it given to you?

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We Create for the Community

Tired of representing Hawaii with overly commercialized images? We try to drop a free community clipart bundle every month that highlights Native Hawaiian and Polynesian Introduced Flora and Fauna.

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Phone Accessories

Take a lei with you everywhere you go with our new phone cases for iPhone and Samsung models. Can't decide? Choose the lei that represents the Hawaiian island you live on or are from.

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Painting Kits

Watercolor at Home

Using watercolor as a medium to learn about Native Hawaiian Plants is one of the best ways to enjoy yourself and remember what you are learning. These painting kits give you the opportunity to paint Hawaiian plants without the stress of drawing them.

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NHPM Anuenue Fabric

Hand watercolored artwork by Native Hawaiian artist, Emily States celebrating the love of color here in Hawaii.

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  • Meet the Artist

    Through her social media content, art, and products, Emily States inspires others to connect with Hawaiian Language and Culture on a deeper level.

    Emily is a mom of 3 and self-taught watercolor artist and surface designer. She and her husband focused on revitalizing the Hawaiian language in their family before branching out into Hawaiian plants and other practices. 

    Hawaii has a long history of false narratives and over commercialization. Emily is passionate about helping you to experience what is Hawaiian through a more authentic lens while providing opportunities to support local and preserve traditions.

You Want to Connect with Hawaiian Culture But Don't Know Where to Start.

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  • Punahele D.

    "Your content is real. You share your ups and downs, good and bad days. I can totally relate. I love watching your process from start to finish. When you’re not feeling it and redo your pieces to perfection. You stick to your theme. Your native flowers. But not only do you paint them. You educate on them. It’s not like a random person saying ooh that’s pretty let’s sell it. Every flower has meaning and you share its use, which brings value to your art."

  • Sheyla S.

    "[Emily's content] is helpful, with good vibes, to build community. I love that it is very educative on the Hawaiian culture and language. I learn how to respect it and honor it for what it is. It confronts me on my own mistakes and biases in a very tactful and genuine way which I appreciate."

  • Kaimi H.

    What about Kaulumaika resonates with you? "Perpetuating Hawaiian language in a commerce and creative space, in addition to creating an environment that feels inclusive for all."

Our Products

Feature endemic, indigenous, and Polynesian introduced Hawaiian plants and people. They tell stories of Hawaii and help you to look stylish, feel good, and perpetuate Hawaiian Culture.

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    Mompreneur Maybes

     I'm in a weird position right now. I've felt for a long time that the more I know the more I realize I don't know, but now I add to...

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    Mompreneur Maybes

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  • A Day Out with the Keiki

    A Day Out with the Keiki

    “Should I tell the truth or should I lie?” was the question I was contemplating as I pressed the green call button on my Iphone... “I could easily say she’s...

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    A Day Out with the Keiki

    “Should I tell the truth or should I lie?” was the question I was contemplating as I pressed the green call button on my Iphone... “I could easily say she’s...

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  • The Orgin Story of Hawaiians

    The Orgin Story of Hawaiians

    Hawaiian at Home Podcast Season 4 Episode 4   Show Notes Discussion of Hawaiian Plants Story of how man and kalo came to be read in Hawaiian and roughly translated...

    The Orgin Story of Hawaiians

    Hawaiian at Home Podcast Season 4 Episode 4   Show Notes Discussion of Hawaiian Plants Story of how man and kalo came to be read in Hawaiian and roughly translated...

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