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Hawaii-made Greeting Cards

Thoughtful, whimsical and locally designed, these greeting cards are guaranteed to bring joy to loved ones near and far.


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Rows 1 & 2

Miemiko gift tag, $12 for a set of eight, miemiko.com.  Sopupuka Aloha card, $4, Sugarcane Shop, 1137 11th Ave., 739-2263.
 

Row 3

Andrew Mau print cards, lime and green, $14 for a set of five, Owens and Co., 1152 Nuuanu Ave., 531-4300.  Andrew Mau print card, white, $8, Fishcake, 307C Kamani St., 593-1231.
 

Row 4

Floral-print cards, $2 each, Manuhealii, 930 Punahou St., 942-9868. Mistprint Mahalo card, $4.50, Sugarcane Shop, 1137 11th Ave., 739-2263.
 

Row 5

Laser-cut cards, $4 each, Shop Toast, 3434 Waialae Ave., 447-9233. Wall-to-Wall Studios occasional greeting card, starting at $3.25 each, The Wedding Cafe, Ward Centers, 591-1005.  Honolulu skyline card, $18 for a set of six, miemiko.com.  
 

Row 6

Hour of Nine Good Tidings Collection Peace Love and Joy card, Be Merry and Bright card, both $18 for a set of eight.  Griswold Letterpress Cards, $18 for a mixed set of eight, hourofnine.com.
 

Row 7

Andy Warhol Philosophy pencils, $8.99 for a box of eight, Owens and Co., 1152 Nuuanu Ave., 531-4300.
 

Photo: David Croxford

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