What’s a Jackibou?

We’re a bit late in posting this, but these are the Holiday cards we designed for friends and family this year. The first features a holiday themed variation on the jackalope. We got such a good response from the people we gave it to that we’ve decided to do a series based on it, with mythical and cryptozoological animals paired with holidays. We’ll release one for each month, except January (we got started too late for it), August, and September (no holidays in August, and Labor day isn’t really a card holiday). At the end of the year we’ll make a calendar featuring all the holiday designs, and three extra ones for the months we skipped. We’re in the process of setting up an online store, and are about to print our Valentine’s Day card. I’ll post an update as soon as we do!

Jackibou Card

Our Jackibou Christmas Card

The picture is a little hard to read, so here’s the description of the Jackibou from the card:


Related to the jackalope, the jackibou is a rare creature that is seen only in winter. While its white coat camouflages it in snowy environments, it has been known to collect brightly colored objects in its antlers, particularly during the month of December.

I’m not going to say much about the other card because I don’t want to give the concept away before people look at it for themselves. Please post what you think it says in the comments.

Holiday Card

Our Holiday/New Year Card


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