Hot Rod Christmas Cards
My Brother with His Car
Christmas Cards Especially for Car Buffs
Every year I look forward to my brother's Christmas card. I know it will be car-related in some way, usually with a street rod and Santa or a snow scene with a vintage car.
When I open it, I know right away that it's from him before I even see the signature. If you're a car fanatic, it's time to quit sending those generic holiday cards. Make your cards reflect your interests and be the kind that people look forward to each year.
I'm showing off a selection here to give you some ideas. You could make your own with a photograph of your street rod or vintage auto or choose one by these professional artists.
Check out the Card I Found for My Brother for This Year
- Finding the Perfect Card for My Brother | Virginia Allain
My brother loves going to rod runs in the summer but sure misses his time in the garage fine-tuning his vintage street rods. Here's a card that I'm sending him that I know he will love.
My Brother and His 40 Ford
Got Talent? Draw Your Own Hot Rod Christmas Card
- How to draw a car, Mustang GT500 Hot Rod 2012
This information with help you learn how to draw a car and understand how you can easily alter them to suit your own ideas. See this video of a unique Mustang Shelby GT500 hot rod being drawn.
Elements for a Great Car Themed Christmas Card
The Christmas Touches
Old Car or Pickup
Traditional Holiday Greeting
Christmas Tree or Wreath
Santa's Got a Hot Rod Sleigh - Fun Listening While You Choose Your Christmas Cards
Classic Car - Christmas Card
Here's an oldie but a goodie, with those big tail fins. The message inside the card says, "Have a Classic Christmas."
Vintage Pickup in the Snow - Christmas Card
There's nothing like some snow and a Christmas wreath to give that holiday feeling! Of course, red is the perfect color for this classic truck.
Street Rod, Vintage or Classic Car?
Which Do You Want on Your Christmas Card
Card with a Woodie Station Wagon with a Christmas Tree on the Roof
Ah, the good old days when you could load the family up in the woodie and head to the country to cut your own Christmas tree. Here's the design to relive this retro moment.
Classic Corvette in a Christmas Card
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