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Elana Gabrielle // Printed Notecards

$5.00

Elana Gabrielle // Printed Notecards

$5.00

Elana Gabrielle is a multidisciplinary illustrator, maker, and designer of printed textile and paper goods based in Portland, Oregon. Her work is influenced by the wild and varied landscapes of the West Coast where she grew up, from misty mountains and foggy beaches to dusty desert valleys. Using cut paper collage, painting, screen printing, and textile design, she weaves the natural world into her creations.

These swoon-worthy illustrated notecards are printed on renewable, biodegradable hemp fiber and are blank inside to leave space for creativity, well wishes, and thoughtful notes. Each card ships with a recycled Kraft paper envelope for mailing. 

Single blank folded 4.25" x 5.5" notecard with envelope

Printed with care in small batches in Portland, Oregon

*Maker's note: I chose to use biodegradable hemp fiber for these cards because it is a fast-growing renewable agricultural crop. Hemp matures in as few as 90 days, unlike trees which are harvested for paper after many years of growth. Hemp also requires much less water, energy, and time to produce, and I love the texture and beautiful way it prints. 

About Elana Gabrielle:

Elena's handmade goods mirror the environment by focusing on form and function, as well as using sustainable practices and natural fibers, dyes, and inks. Her creations invite mindful interaction with nature both in the home and in the wild as a nurturing of self and space and encourage care for the world around you.