HP Lovecraft "Christmas" greeting cards, come in a set of 10 cards with envelopes.
The inside of the card features the poem "Christmas", written by Lovecraft in November of 1920 and originally published in "Tryout" magazine under the pseudonym Edward Softly. Lovecraft evidently had a fondness for Christmas, and wrote several poems around that time of year.
On the front of the Christmas card features original artwork created by Brian Callahan of Sigh Co. Graphics. A festively dressed HP Lovecraft senses a presence. A Shoggoth, disguised as a Christmas Tree lurks behind him, while a branch of mistletoe dangles from a... is it a tree branch? or something more sinister and eldritch?
Cards measure 4.25"x6"