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Kamya is a home-based online store, specializing in paper crafts. We are located in Sayreville, New Jersey, USA. We carry quilling supplies, piercing and embossing templates, scrapbooking needs, 3D paper, stencils, rubber stamps, home decor items, and jewelries.

Established in 2001, Kamya has become a well-known name in the crafting world. Kamya has sold thousands of products to customers around the world. We have customers in the USA, Puerto Rico, Canada, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Quatar, United Arab Emirates, India, Iceland, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Greece, Malta, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Ukraine, and South Africa.

Still focused on service, we continue to add new products, and look forward to serving our customers for many years.

Our customers are important to us, and we believe in serving you with a personal approach. Our main goal is to make sure you are satisfied. We spend much time and effort in making sure your purchase of our products is rewarding. Every aspect of the ordering process—from answering the phone and replying to an e-mail, to packing the order and getting it to the Post Office for delivery—receives our personal touch!

www.kamya.com

Kamya
93 Washington Road
Sayreville, NJ 08872, USA
Phone: (732) 619 - 9710
E-mail: kamya@kamya.com

Kamya is the Tagalog name for a Filipino flower. It is also known as the Ginger Lily or White Ginger (Hedychium coronarium). Hedychium means "sweet snow", perhaps referring to the sweetly fragrant white blooms, or to the snow white insides of the edible, spicy tubers. The fragrant white butterfly-shaped flowers have pure white petals with a hint of green in the throat. The fresh spicy scent of this plant in bloom is a real treat. Few other plants are as fragrant with a pronounced scent of gardenia - especially at night.