ʻOhe Kāpala is a bamboo stamp. Traditionally used to create a repetitive design on Kapa (bark cloth). It is now also used to create contemporary clothing, create designs on greeting cards, handbags, and so much more. The deluxe ʻOhe kāpala stamp collection contains two traditional kapala stamps; kukuna o ka lā (the rays of the sun) and maile lau liʻi liʻi (sprawling shrub with little leaves commonly found on the island of Kauaʻi). It also contains five round Ohe kapala which is unique to Na Maka Kahiko, designs include; haukeuke (sea urchin), lā (sun), opelu (fishtail), pua (flower), and i ka po me ke ao (the night and the day). Care instructions and dye suggestions are included in the kit.
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