It’s been a case of onwards and upwards this month at the GKBC Creative Academy as new members have joined our ranks, new and exciting projects are coming in thick and fast and the festive spirit is just starting to creep in now.
Our designers have been busy creating some truly wonderful things this month and they consistently push the boundaries – which is exactly what we want to see! So take a look at what the Creative Academy members have been up to below.
What better place to start than the vast array of Christmas printables they have been creating for us. We’ve had a spectacular selection of awesome designs from mouth-watering brownies and cookies recipe cards, cocktail recipe cards to really get us into a merry mood and even decorations like bunting, Christmas tree decorations and placemats. Take a look below;
The superb decorations above, created by Creative Academy member Jenny DiOrio, are perfect for the kids to cut out easily and either place on the tree, or to be placed on a larger paper display. Head over to All About Party Bags to see the full list of decorations including a snowman, a snowflake, a candy cane, gingerbread men and Santa.
Christina Wedberg created these awesome-looking decorations too but aimed at a higher age this time.
These drink recipe cards, created by Lukas Miguel, are perfect to print out and pin-up in the kitchen, whether it’s on the fridge or on a cupboard, and is ideal for student parties are even for more sophisticated events. Others include recipes for eggnog and a standard Brandy-based Christmas cocktail.
Sticking with the recipe card theme, these were created by Laura Drew who displays some very delicious-looking recipes for these mince pies and cupcakes, as well as gingerbread and cookies.
Luke Harrison designed the minimalist style wrapping paper with an intricate repeating pattern of Santa, Rudolph, pine cones, baubles and snowflakes which look spectacular. Joey Phinn created the angel wrapping paper just below that and did a great job of varying the different angles in the repeated pattern.
GKBC Application graphic
Laura Drew, who was recently promoted to Creative Conjurer, designed for us this amazing graphic that currently features on our application form page here.
If you like what you see and want to find out more, contact me at email@example.com or if you you’d like to apply to the Creative Academy, follow this link here.
Featured Image: Ben Wilson