Elephant in the Room

Elephant in the Room

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The “elephant in the room” is a metaphorical idiom for an obvious truth that is going unaddressed. It originated in 1814 when a fabulous Russian poet called Ivan Andreevich Krylov wrote a story that tells of a man who goes to a museum and notices all sorts of tiny things but fails to notice an elephant. 

If the late, great Kevin Spacey once said "mediocrity is the elephant in the room," then why not celebrate everything unusual with this sweet little card? Use it to introduce the elephant and ease the tension.


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These cards come on 120# textured cardstock to match the feel of the original watercolor illustrations. Choose the deluxe option for additional inserts with little corner frames -- extra creative space for extra love!