Happy Island designer Stephanie Hartnett says the hand design of her latest designs is inspired by the natural world.
Hartnetts creations, called henna designs, are designed to make a statement.
“The henna design on the outside of my hand was inspired by a lot of natural features and plants,” Hartnets creative director Stephanie Hartns said.
“It was really meant to be a reflection of what it is like to live in the ocean.”
The Henna hand design, which is available at HennaHand.com, is an all natural hand-made, organic hand-crafted handcraft with a natural and organic design that reflects the beauty of the island.
Hartnetts hand designs feature natural designs and designs inspired by natural features.
In addition to natural designs, the hand designs can also include a lotus flower, watermelon, and the iconic Hawaiian bird called the Hawaiian hawk.
“We’ve got a lot in there, and it’s really a combination of things,” Hartns added.
“I think people get a little bored of the usual handcrafted hand designs.
People get bored of that stuff, and I think that’s what we wanted to do.
I thought it would be fun to make something that is different from that and has a little more personality,” she said.
The Henana hand designs are made from 100% natural, organic materials and are meant to capture the spirit of the tropical island.
Hartns hand designs include the Hawaiian bird Hawaiian hawk, the Hawaiian flower, and watermelon.
Her designs include a variety of natural and artificial materials to capture and express the Hawaiian spirit, as well as the natural and natural environment.
The designs can be personalized with a variety a designs, such as Hawaiian bird, Hawaiian flower and Hawaiian hawk designs.