Lovely card game
From the bright and beautiful world of Elana Gabrielle comes a joyful collection of memory cards – 18 pairs featuring a summer bounty of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and herbs ready to bring a smile to your face and a workout to your brain.
A fast and simple game suitable for all ages, for solo play or with a group of friends.
– Deck of 32 cards
– 18 pairs
– Illustrations hand painted by Elana Gabrielle
– Printed in Italy, at a 100% solar powered facility
– 3 x 3 x 1.125 inches
– Silk finish
Love the cards? Have look at our Summer Garden Bundle with Matching Cards + Tea Towel featuring Elana Gabrielle’s Nasturtium Tea Towel in combo with the matching cards.
Super cute! Excellent design, material and price!!!
Excellent design, material and price!!!
You know when you're upstate with a big group and a board game sounds stressful and a puzzle sounds like too much effort? You just need a sort of mindless, easy way to pass the time? This is it. Pro tip: it gets more fun & even trickier with each additional glass of wine consumed.
Elana Gabrielle is an illustrator, maker, and designer of printed textile and paper goods for the body and home. She spent her childhood outdoors in Northern California collecting seashells, building backyard fairy houses, and making toys out of found treasures. Her work is deeply inspired by the natural world, from foggy beaches to dusty desert valleys, and her goods mirror the environment by focusing on form and function, and using sustainable practices, natural fibers, dyes, and inks.
When she’s not in her studio, you’ll most often find her cooking up some herbal recipes in the kitchen, tending to her tiny garden, or out trying to find the sun.
This card collection was designed from a love of summer garden bounty. There is nothing sweeter than walking barefoot in the early morning light to see if the tomatoes have ripened on the vine, what sprouts have sprung up, and what I can add to my herbal potions or morning meal. I illustrated all my favorite fruits, veggies, and medicinal flowers and herbs, and I hope that the collection inspires folks to tend to their own small garden, or maybe venture to the farmer’s market in search of some fresh produce.