This Christmas card only requires a bit of printing, folding and pasting. I chose a traditional red and green plaid paper for the card, printed out the graphic below and pasted a few little corners onto the edges of the graphic to hold it onto the front of my card. Include a nice handwritten letter with a few more photographs of your Christmas fun inside and send it off to your loved ones for the holidays!
One of many Christmas themed graphics I have produced in color pastel pencils, German nutcrackers are some of my favorite subjects to draw for holiday greetings. These two nutcrackers are very traditional, a soldier and a beer drinker dressed up in lederhosen.
More Nutcracker Cards:
- thestitcherati holiday cards
- A Nutcracker Suite
- Christmas Nutcracker Card
- now o’clock from gingerdead (for “goths”)
- very sweet nutcracker
- Lovely engraved nutcracker by Crane & Co.
- Tennessee Crossroads: Nutcracker Collection
- Nutcrackers at the Cape
- How nutcrackers are made
- Christmas in Deutschland
- Christmas Markets in Seiffen
- Christmas Bell Card (scribology.wordpress.com)
- Graphic 45 Sneak Peeks: Nutcracker Sweet Chipboards & Stickers! (g45papers.typepad.com)
- Dressing the Christmas dinner table (johnlewis.com)
- Candy Cane “J” for Jesus (scribology.wordpress.com)
- Online Printing Company 4OVER4.COM Launches Custom Christmas Cards Printing ahead of Christmas Season (prweb.com)
- I know it’s Nutcracker Season when I spot the Mouse King! (knittingzeal.typepad.com)