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Hula is practiced all over the world, not just in Hawaii.  Every dance is a choreographed song that tells a story. Stamp these three hula girls multiple times to create a halau. Hula is studied and practiced as a halau (school),  which is lead by their kumu (teacher). Each haumana (student) becomes a cherished member of their halau 'ohana (family or community).  Look up Hula Halau in your neighborhood and join in an ongoing tradition.

This natural rubber stamp is mounted on a sustainable maple wood handle.

Approximate image size: 3" x 3/4"

Sample cards pictured also use the Brush Aloha and Small Type Aloha stamps.