Jana Lam Hawaii

Little Things Pouch • Hau • Blue over Rainbow Ombre

$26

Sometimes we get lost in the big picture. Go big or go home! The bigger the better! When really, it’s the little things that count.  No one knows that better than one of our two in house Libras, Erin.  She is the queen of cute things, and we are so lucky to be the recipients of her cuteness genius. All out of scrap fabric she made these tiny pouches, that at first glance seem more for fun than for function, but actually they are mighty useful. Some suggestions: a coin purse, jewelry or earring carrier, pill holder, and my favorite earpod knapsack (fits an airpods case like a glove)! 

The Details:
3" x 3"
Fully lined, plastic snap closure

Due to the hand-printed and hand made nature of this product, print and color placement will vary from photograph.

Made in Hawai‘i, USA

Hau. The Hau is an amazing flowering shrub tree that has always intrigued me.  It has scraggly crooked branches with heart-shaped green and white leaves with some solid in color and some spotty. It grows in a sort of horizontal fashion with its twisted, crooked branches intertwining to form a jungly mass.  It is such an intriguing botanical specimen as a whole , but it is the Hau’s blooms that fascinate me the most. The Hau flower is a true hibiscus, but to me it’s definitely not a typical one.  The blooms can get pretty large, and they make a beautiful canopy when they fall or are blown off their branches and litter the ground. In order to capture my interpretation of the Hau flower, I made a return to opaque pens as my drawing utensils. I wanted to make something bold and substantial, and with my skinny pencil I was just drawing everything too small. The size is reminiscent of our classic Seaflower print, which was also drawn with opaque pen, but it has its own unique look, and by adding my own version of a Cheetah-ish print, there is also a certain playfulness Ito it. It’s fun and sweet and a little bit sassy at the same time.

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