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Nauli
is a little sister company, based near Munich, Germany. During her study of Kommunikations Design (Graphic Design) in Augsburg, Germany and Fine Arts in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Eva-Dewi never put her hands off craft. Her CD/ DVD case became a bestseller on small craft markets in the area since 2000 and she also made herself a name as a doll maker. She always was supported by her sister Johanna for filling the booth with other colorful handmade things.

End of 2008 both sisters changed the Nauli project to become a serious business and opened a shop at Tollwood, a major Christmas Market in Munich. However we stepped back again, and started selling on Etsy one year later in October 2009.

Since then, Nauli became a supplier of CD/ DVD folios for photographers all over the world. This made us focus in our…

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  • Born on August 22
  • Joined October 19, 2009

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About

Nauli
is a little sister company, based near Munich, Germany. During her study of Kommunikations Design (Graphic Design) in Augsburg, Germany and Fine Arts in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Eva-Dewi never put her hands off craft. Her CD/ DVD case became a bestseller on small craft markets in the area since 2000 and she also made herself a name as a doll maker. She always was supported by her sister Johanna for filling the booth with other colorful handmade things.

End of 2008 both sisters changed the Nauli project to become a serious business and opened a shop at Tollwood, a major Christmas Market in Munich. However we stepped back again, and started selling on Etsy one year later in October 2009.

Since then, Nauli became a supplier of CD/ DVD folios for photographers all over the world. This made us focus in our bookbinding shop, so that we build our other product lines slowly. But you can also find our extraordinary knit and crochet line from natural yarns, http://Nauliknits.etsy.com and Eva-Dewi's Waldorf inspired dolls and our line of kids bags, music pillows, baby blankets and lavender filled animals at http://littleNauli.etsy.com.

Since our first steps in bookbinding at 6th grade in school, we love to use Italian Paper for our work, maybe because the colourful prints reminds us on Indonesian Batik. To know more about our paper visit our blog http://bit.ly/dmBsN3


Nauli
is the name of our Indonesian grandma, who was sewing our first dolls cloth in our kindergarten-times with us and gave our child souls unforgettable happy moments.

Why we love Etsy?
Etsy gives us the opportunity to explore new markets. But for us it is more: One thing we are really into is fair trade. We think Etsy is the great opportunity to come our dream of a fair trade world closer, as producer are selling their own products here - from everywhere in the world and for a fair price!

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