Festivus Cards and Prints for the Cantankerous Season!

The holidays are coming! This is great news for people of all beliefs and we’d like to wish everyone glad tidings this Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza, and winter solstice! But what about us grouches, curmudgeons, and “bah! Humbuggers” who want to avoid happiness and joyous noel this holiday season? Where’s our celebration? Where are our cards and invitations?

Here they are! The following list is a “Festivus for the rest of us” line-up of cards, flyers, and invitations to celebrate the Festivus pole, feats of strength, and airing of grievances in this most noble of cantankerous holiday traditions.

A feats of strength card to celebrate that important Festivus tradition!

original source: http://fatally6yours.deviantart.com/

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A fantastically non-denominational and confused card to celebrate this most confusing of holidays?

original source: http://roniz1.deviantart.com/

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A Festivus card design by Jim Grue that gives us a clue to the origins of the Festivus tradition!

Original source: http://browse.deviantart.com/?q=festivus#/d1rvenq

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A beautifully grey and bleak Festivus pole design to celebrate the true meaning of Festivus!

Original source: http://browse.deviantart.com/?q=festivus#/d2wbrbo

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I don’t exactly understand this weird and surreal Festivus card but I like it! (Maybe it’s a Festivus miracle!)

Original source: http://browse.deviantart.com/?q=festivus&offset=48#/d35fk36

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As this Kostanza duck is illustrating, the aluminium Festivus pole is made from very high strength-to-weight ratio aluminum and requires no distracting tinsel decoration.

Original source: http://browse.deviantart.com/?q=festivus&offset=48#/d2fyttv

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This Festivus pole card is so plain and without color and decoration…What a beauty! It’s a Festivus miracle!

Original source: http://browse.deviantart.com/?q=festivus&offset=72#/d35m4fy

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George and the Festivus pole! Great work! (Maybe a little too jolly for my liking!)

Original source: http://inthemouthofdorkness.blogspot.com/2011/12/dork-art-happy-festivus-2011.html

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A Festivus advertisement with our Festivus founder presenting the traditional Festivus meatloaf feast

Original source: http://butchmcguires.com/2012/01/celebrate-festivus-january-31st/

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Here’s a Festivus card design from way back in 2005 that shows a brilliant “feat of strength!”

http://www.ryangermick.com/?content=portfolio&category=print&id=3

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This poster for a Festivus celebration has everything; Festivus pole, airing of grievances, and feats of strength!

Original source: http://www.sparehed.com/2007/01/02/useful-and-pleasing-to-the-eye/

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Here’s a donation envelope design for “The Human Fund” – a charity that provides holiday gifts for office workers in need!

Original source: http://sigmaecho.deviantart.com/art/Happy-Festivus-17602895

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And last but not least, here’s a Festivus infographic to use as your guide to a happy Festivus season!

Original source: http://visual.ly/festivus-how-celebrate-rest-us


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One Response to “Festivus Cards and Prints for the Cantankerous Season!”

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    Nena Says:

    Thanks- wish I ran into this sooner! Always looking for alternatives to Xmas, etc….

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