Hawaiian Palm Baskets

Are handmade by me, Amy Christmas and my husband Ron, here on Kauai. We have been creating and perfecting them for 16 years. The baskets are assembled from a wealth of recycled local plant materials, the primary elements coming from an array of local palms. They are adorned with unique combinations of other indigenous plant parts including leaves, pods, fruits, and flowers. The natural earth-tones accentuate any decor while the various sizes offer endless possibilities for display. They are gifts of aloha that reflect the beauty of the ‘Garden Isle’ and will truly be treasured by all who receive them.

"I have collected crafts from all over the world for more than 40 years and your baskets are some of the most original and beautiful things I have seen. The entire process of collecting the plant materials, preparing them and making the baskets by hand is something found with so few crafts"

John -Oregonia, OH




This is a genuine
Kauai Made product





"We returned to Nebraska and the wonderful box filled with your creations awaited us.  It was a treat to open it and recall our wonderful time in Paradise"
Polly-Lincoln, NE



  We are also proud to be one of the charter licensed members of the Kaua'i Made Program here on Kauai.  Screening is County regulated to ensure that you are getting a product that is "actually" made here.  Please support our local businesses!

*click on the logo above to see other Kauai Made
products on the Kauai Made website

"I just wanted to get back to you to tell you how many wonderful comments your baskets received from our guests!!  In particular, I appreciated your note about them being made for Callie and Brian's big event!"
Lezlie-Denver, CO


"(The baskets) are GORgeous!!!  Amy, you are amazing!!!  I literally gasped when I pulled the first one out of the box.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!"

Kate-Atlanta, GA





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