Mele Hubba Hubba
Mele - Mele means "song in Hawaiian. Here Mele kneels in the rain forest, strumming on her ukulele. Around her neck is an exquisite ilima lei, made up of thousands of tissue-paper thin orange ilima flower petals. The shirt comes decorated as shown.
It takes twice the normal amount of fabric to cut out these delightful Hubba Hubba Girls from the 1950's. Great care has been taken to showcase each gal at her best, and for that reason we have limited the decorative choices available.
All shirts come with both hanging cord and back magnet for optional display.
These are each hand-made and there will be slight variations in size. The fabrics are also cut randomly so there will be slight pattern variations in the same batch. Each shirt is a work of art, carefully crafted to its best effect.
Disclaimer: These shirts are decorative items only and not meant as a child's toy. Keep away from children under 6 years, as small parts can become a choking hazard. As cute as the tiny ukulele strings are, little fingers can break them.