Sponsor Spotlight: Puka Puka

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Puka Puka means “an object gently floating in space” and that is exactly what the owner of this lovely shop, Nina Still has created. Though these mobiles can be purchased for children, I like how they are also for adults because it adds playfulness to an adult life. You can find my picks here and here.

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I love when an artist is more personal with their audience, and Nina Still does just that. She has an entire section on her website dedicated to what inspires her to create such lovely mobiles. Nina also allows you to be the artist with her custome mobile section. You can find my picks (pictured above) here and here.

..Puka Puka..

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