Walter Crane Christmas Bonus

As a special treat for customers working on holiday card designs, we’re making available a special mini-package of Christmas-themed images designed by Walter Crane at a tiny, almost minuscule price.

The images are based on Walter Crane’s illustrations for A Book of Christmas Verse by H. C. Beeching, which is a really excellent collection of historical Christmas music including some obscure hymns and carols which you may have forgotten about or never heard of. One of the Christmas carols is one I remember from my childhood which I haven’t heard or seen in years, an untitled carol credited to Bishop Heber which starts out:

Brightest and best of the sons of the morning!
Dawn on our darkeness, and lend us thine aid!
Star of the east, the horizon adorning,
Guide where our Infant Redeemer is laid!

Sure, it’s religious and therefore not for everyone, but the rhythm of the alliterative lyrics is really great poetry.

The mini-package will be included as a bonus item in our Walter Crane package when it eventually comes out, but for Christmas it’s available for purchase and download for just $5, The package includes 10 high-quality woodcut images in Crane’s unique style, perfect for making Christmas cards. You can order it online and download it immediately.

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