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Hawaii’s Backyard: Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace will get you in the holiday spirit

COURTESY TINA MAHINA PHOTOGRAPHY Take a break from shopping and make a gingerbread house! The Gingerbread Workshop is a benefit for Kama‘aina Kids.
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COURTESY TINA MAHINA PHOTOGRAPHY

Take a break from shopping and make a gingerbread house! The Gingerbread Workshop is a benefit for Kama‘aina Kids.

COURTESY TINA MAHINA PHOTOGRAPHY
                                Pretty cards created by Lisa Menor Miller of Handwritten Aloha are among the items you’ll find at Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace.
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COURTESY TINA MAHINA PHOTOGRAPHY

Pretty cards created by Lisa Menor Miller of Handwritten Aloha are among the items you’ll find at Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace.

COURTESY TINA MAHINA PHOTOGRAPHY
                                Handwoven lauhala bracelets from Pawehi Creations flaunt splashes of bright colors.
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COURTESY TINA MAHINA PHOTOGRAPHY

Handwoven lauhala bracelets from Pawehi Creations flaunt splashes of bright colors.

COURTESY KAPA CURIOUS
                                For this necklace from Kapa Curious, a strand of lava stones representing the volcano goddess Pele is paired with a beautiful pendant made of kapa for the leaves, slivers of koa wood for the branches and dyed coconut husk for the lehua blossoms.
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COURTESY KAPA CURIOUS

For this necklace from Kapa Curious, a strand of lava stones representing the volcano goddess Pele is paired with a beautiful pendant made of kapa for the leaves, slivers of koa wood for the branches and dyed coconut husk for the lehua blossoms.

COURTESY TINA MAHINA PHOTOGRAPHY Take a break from shopping and make a gingerbread house! The Gingerbread Workshop is a benefit for Kama‘aina Kids.
COURTESY TINA MAHINA PHOTOGRAPHY
                                Pretty cards created by Lisa Menor Miller of Handwritten Aloha are among the items you’ll find at Mele Kalikimaka Marketplace.
COURTESY TINA MAHINA PHOTOGRAPHY
                                Handwoven lauhala bracelets from Pawehi Creations flaunt splashes of bright colors.
COURTESY KAPA CURIOUS
                                For this necklace from Kapa Curious, a strand of lava stones representing the volcano goddess Pele is paired with a beautiful pendant made of kapa for the leaves, slivers of koa wood for the branches and dyed coconut husk for the lehua blossoms.