Before I show it to you, I had better explain for my non British friends, that this poem actually has an innuendo and I believe the "cracker" is a typically British Christmas tradition. This is what the Collins English Dictionary explains the meaning of "Cracker" - a decorated cardboard tube that emits a bang when pulled apart, releasing a toy, a joke, or a paper hat. a toy from a Christmas cracker.
I went searching to try and show you what I mean and came across this site which explains more if you wish to go there?
The innuendo? The other meaning of cracker is "she is a cracker" meaning she is good looking.
Anyhow here it is.
background frame - Crafters Companion Christmas Mice CD
poem - computer generated
kissing vintage - Create with TLC
silver card - stash