If you’ve received mail from me this month, you’ve received one of the easy panel cards that I’ve been creating with Lucky Elephant.  The colors I’ve been using remind me of designs/color schemes that I see in the South and the panel cards make me think of stationery that I’ve had in the past from Crane.

Ink colors used for Lucky Elephant panel cards

I used Cucumber Crush, Bermuda Bay, Dapper Denim and Melon Mambo.

There’s lots of coordinating washi!

I love to use the panel cards for a quick note

whether is goes to a teacher, in the mail, a backpack, briefcase, etc.

Lucky Elephant Panel Cards from theartfulinker.com

Instead of making these into fold over notes,

I used a single 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ piece of Thick Whisper White cardstock.

After stamping in one my bold color choices (additional shades work equally well),

I added a piece of coordinating washi with a banner cut into one end.

Done!

I love the clean simplicity of this look!!

So easy!!

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my Lucky Elephant panel cards.

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