Lei Day (the Tradition of Lei Giving) Greeting Card
Flowers, leaves, seeds, feathers, and these days even money and candy, lei are given, gifted, bestowed, and celebrated all over Hawaii. There is even a day dedicated to them–May 1st–‘May Day is Lei Day!’
A symbol of love, friendship, celebration, honor, or greeting, it always feels so special to receive lei. This greeting card is of four natural lei (left to right: crown flower, Ti leaf, pikake, puakenikeni).
"I am hoping whoever receives these lei greeting cards feels the love and aloha–similar to that of receiving a lei."
Cards and envelopes are hand stamped and thus will come with their own unique variations that are characteristic of block printing techniques and hand made in general–no two are the same!
- Size: 5" x 7"
- Hand printed with original hand carved linoleum stamps
- Water based ink, kraft paper
About the Artist
Honolulu based ceramic artist, Kimberly De Souza is the artist behind Boho Being. Kimberly uses art as a medium to connect her and her audience with Mother Nature.
Kimberly’s background as a freelance illustrator and painter is reflected in her botanical carvings and paintings on her functional pottery or through the animals brought to life in her sculptures. Her work aims to raise awareness for current conservation issues, where a portion of proceeds go to conservation causes close to her heart.