Lanyard • Mossy Green
Jana Lam hand-printed Lanyards are made with love and aloha at the Jana Lam Studio in the Kaka’ako neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii.
Banana Leaf. The Banana Leaf print is one of the most time honored prints in the Jana Lam Catalog . It is a symbol of love and aloha in her life. A proposal with a ring on a baby banana plant in San Francisco is what brought her back to Hawai'i, her home, and its endless summers. She drew the leaf, not only because she loves them, but because it represents a wonderful time in her life and the plant that brought so much joy to her and so many others. The babies of the original banana plant and it’s babies have spawned so many more banana plants that have been passed along amongst Jana’s circle of friends . The banana leaf print is a beautiful reminder of all the good things, and it brings people together.
Monstera and Papaya Leaf Shadow. You can’t go wrong with the layering of these two prints. The origin of this combination came probably in early 2017. It made a big splash as the first print to be used for the new slouchy crossbody style, but it really became a force to be reckoned with when it was used near the end of 2017 as the print for the lounge seating in two cabanas at the Four Seasons- the first real run at interior design for the Jana Lam team. Now it’s one of the most prevalent designs in the catalog, and serves as one of the two prints for Jana Lam masks. It’s a truly special print.
These bright and fun lanyards are the perfect way to keep your keys and ID cards handy while bringing some sunshine into your day at the office, school, or running errands.
A comfortable 17” drop
Due to the hand-printed and hand-made nature of our products print placement might be slightly different than what is pictured.
Made in Hawaii, USA
All Jana Lam Handmade in Hawaii textiles are silk-screened by hand on cotton fabrics with water-based inks. Lanyards made from a variety of 100% cotton fabrics.
The #janalamfam recommends spot cleaning when smaller spots show up. We usually use Shout Wipes for that, but Jana has used tide pens in the past. Make sure if there is a white top print to be a little more gentle on rubbing spots out. Since the ink sits on top of the fabric a bit more than other colors, there is a chance of the ink rubbing off and getting on other parts of the fabric.
But, you can put your Jana Lam's in the wash. We usually use a hand wash cycle and lay flat to dry. After it's dried, it is always good to give it a little bit of an iron. We use 100% cotton fabric, so it may shrink in the dryer, but will definitely stand up to ironing.