[update - voting is now closed, thanks to all who took part and look out for the winners very soon!]
Christmas Comes Early - When You're the One Designing the Cards
As summer comes to an end we are busy working on our 2015 Christmas cards and would like your help.
Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales has the most wonderful and diverse collections and we like to take inspiration from them when producing our Christmas cards.
Our curators have been scoring the collections looking for objects, paintings, photographs and specimens that shout Christmas and we have selected some images as potential cards for this year.
Help Us Choose - Vote For Your Favourite
We’d like you to help us make our final choice of six by voting for your favourite three images.
These images have been created by the Digital Imaging Officer in our Natural Science Department. Look closely and you’ll see that these snowflakes and tree are not what they seem.
Red and white applique quilts from the textile collections at St Fagans National History Museum. The red used is usually referred to as Turkey red!
This pine cone is botanical illustration from our Natural Sciences department at National Museum Cardiff.
This photography of a Welsh lady comes from our photographic archive at St Fagans National History Museum, and was taken by John Thomas, an early travelling photographer.
This photograph shows children enjoying the Welsh tradition of Calennig, a celebration of New Year. It is from the photographic archive at St Fagans National History Museum.
This beautiful piece of taxidermy of a robin is from our Natural Science collections.
This illustration of turkeys by Pierre Belon comes from our Library at National Museum Cardiff.
These two beautiful illustrations from the History of British Birds 4th edition and was suggested by our Librarians at National Museum Cardiff.
This striking poinsettia image is also from our Library at National Museum Cardiff.
Another suggestion from our Library, this is an illustration from a C16th star map.
A photograph of a Christmas wreath hung on the door of St Fagans Castle.
A row of hand knitted sock from the textile collections at St Fagans National History Museum.
Which one is your favourite? Don't forget to cast your vote!