Thursday, July 13, 2017

Kimo, the Ukulele Player

Kimo, the Ukulele Player

Birthdate: Lulai 12, 2017 (07/12/17)

Kimo’s music illuminates life with joy and happiness.

The delightful sound of Kimo's Ukulele echoes across the Aina (land) accompanying his songs about the Menehune Ohana (family), Hawaiian animals, the forest, the ocean, and the stars in the Universe.

Kimo reminds us that there is always more than enough time to fulfill all desires.
His cheerful Mana (Spiritual Energy) brightens up the day with love and laughter.

Kimo wears a red and white Lava Lava (wraparound) with a white Honu (turtle) in the front and a green feather lei. A Lauhala hat protects him from the sun.

Kimo is a 10” tall cloth doll who was individually handcrafted on the Big Island of Hawaii with the greatest love and respect for all that is Hawaii.
His body is made out of doll skin and stuffed with high quality poly fill. The body is wired for flexibility. The legs are jointed. The eyes and mouth are intricately embroidered onto the face. All accessories are individually hand crafted.

Kimo is a one of a kind Hawaiian Art Doll. Every bit of him has been lovingly handcrafted, to create a new friend who will last a lifetime.

Kimo reflects the Aloha spirit of Hawaii. He is ready to be your new friend 
and sing his way into your heart.























Friday, July 7, 2017

Miniature Moana and Maui

Moana and Maui
Birth Date: Lulai 7, 2017 (07-07-17)

Moana and Maui convey empowering messages of faith and courage.

Moana is named after her best friend and greatest teacher, the ocean. Vibrant and adventurous, she reflects faith, determination and courage.
As an expert seaman and navigator, Maui's strength is reflected in his shark tooth necklace. With his magical fishhook Maui discovered fire, lassoed the sun, lifted the sky and hauled the Islands up from the sea.
In this story mischievous Maui and spirited Moana are true friends from the heart. Combining their Mana (spiritual energy), the two of them feel invincible and are ready for adventure to preserve the higher good of all.

Moana wears a grass skirt with a red, yellow and brown top and matching pants. Her outer skirt is decorated with Plumeria flowers and a belt matching her top. A white conch shell lei is wrapped around her top. Moana's neck is adorned with a magical seashell necklace.
Maui wears a leaf skirt and a shark tooth necklace. His upper arms and ankles are tatooed.

Moana and Maui are about 4” tall, fitting in the palm of your hand. The eyes and mouth are intricately embroidered onto the face. Moana and Maui have tiny little hands and feet, ears, buttocks, and a belly button. All accessories were individually handcrafted.

Moana and Maui are one of a kind display dolls handcrafted by Hawaiian Dolls. They come with their story and a certificate of authenticity.


Moana and Maui inspire us to believe in ourselves and persevere.





Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Waipi'o, Valley of the Kings


Waipi'o Valley, the beautiful
Cliffs surround it
The sea on one side
The cliffs are hard to climb
Not to be climbed
Are the sea cliffs

Old Hawaiian Chant

Waipiʻo Valley, a place of indescribable beauty and great historical significance to the Hawaiian people, is the southernmost and largest of the seven windward valleys in the Kohala Mountains.
Waipi'o valley is deeply cut into the mountain, sheltered by cliffs up to 2000 feet.

Beautiful wild horses roam the Valley. Waterfalls and flowers cascading from the walls of the cliffs and a spectacular black sand beach perfect the sheer beauty of this Eden-like Valley.

Waipiʻo means curved water in Hawaiian. It was once home to early Hawaiian Ali'is (rulers). Many of their ancient burial caves can be found in the steep sides of the cliffs. According to legend, a section of the beach called Milu is the traditional doorway to the land of shadows.
Many myths, chants and songs originate from Waipiʻo.

Menehune Boy Waipi'o was created in honor of this divine Valley.

Birthdate: Lulai 4, 2017 (07/04/17)

Waipi'o’s music illuminates life with joy and happiness.

Named after the divine Valley of the Kings, Waipi'o sits happily in his driftwood chair at the beach playing his Ukulele. Nai'a (dolphin,) his Aumakua (guardian spirit), is curled around him perfecting the Mana (spiritual energy) of peace and happiness.
The delightful sound of Waipi'o's Ukulele echoes across the Aina (land) accompanying his songs about the Menehune Ohana (family), Hawaiian animals, the forest, the ocean, and the stars in the Universe.

Waipi'o reminds us that there is always more than enough time to fulfill all desires. 
His cheerful Mana brightens up the day with love and laughter.

Waipi'o’s Tutu (grandmother) sewed his blue ocean Malu (wraparound) and crocheted green underwear and matching shoes. Last she wrapped a white conch shell necklace around his neck and made sure he wears his Lauhala hat to protect him from the sun.
The Ukulele was Kuku’s (grandfather’s) gift of lasting love and Aloha to his beloved Mo’opuna Kane (grandson). It is Waipi'o's most cherished possession.

 
Waipi'o is about 4” tall, fitting in the palm of your hand. The eyes and mouth are intricately embroidered onto the face. Waipi'o has tiny little hands and feet, ears, buttocks, and a belly button. All accessories were individually handcrafted.

Waipi'o is a one of a kind display dolls handcrafted by Hawaiian Dolls. He comes with his story and a certificate of authenticity.

Waipi'o channels the Aloha spirit of Hawaii.