Gift-Box Doodles: Celebrating Boxing Day with Piccles Drawings

Jon Zajac
Jon Zajac

Jon is Cofounder & Chief Product Officer at Piccles

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Boxing Day
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Introduction to Boxing Day

Boxing Day, traditionally celebrated on the 26th of December, is a time when many people extend the warmth of the holiday season by expressing gratitude and sharing blessings. Originating in the UK and observed in countries across the Commonwealth, it is a day of giving back, often characterized by donating to the less fortunate and spending additional quality time with friends and family. The day's spirit is marked not by lavish celebrations but by simple, meaningful gestures that reflect the joyous atmosphere of the season.

Piccles: A New Way to Celebrate Boxing Day

As the holiday season sees itself extended into Boxing Day, Piccles emerges as a fantastic digital tool that serves to complement the day's theme of sharing and togetherness. In a world where personal connections can be challenging to maintain, Piccles spearheads a modern way to celebrate by allowing people to create and share digital drawings. This innovative approach adds a layer of interaction and personal expression to Boxing Day festivities. The act of drawing, irrespective of artistic skill, brings a unique and heartfelt dimension to the holiday experience.

Connecting Boxing Day with Piccles

Piccles bridges the gap between traditional and contemporary by offering an engaging way to connect and share generosity on Boxing Day. People can utilize this engaging platform to draw what they are thankful for, share their Boxing Day experiences, or create a collaborative mural that depicts the spirit of giving. Whether enhancing a virtual family gathering or giving a canvas for friends to exchange artistic greetings, Piccles brings Boxing Day customs into the digital age, making it possible to form new traditions that resonate with the joy and community feeling intrinsic to the holiday.

Certified fresh Piccles prompts

  1. Boxing Day Memories: People can share their favorite Boxing Day memories by drawing them. This activity fosters reminiscing and storytelling among families and friends.
  2. Gift Guessing Game: Contestants draw the gifts they received, while others guess what they are. It's a fun way to engage everyone in a playful game.
  3. Charity Support Drawings: People can create drawings to express support for their favorite charities traditionally supported on Boxing Day, potentially spreading awareness.
  4. Thank You Notes: Users can draw personalized 'Thank You' messages for the gifts they've received, adding a custom and heartfelt touch to their gratitude.
  5. Sales Shopping Lists: Drawings can be used to create visual shopping lists for Boxing Day sales, making the shopping experience more fun and organized.
  6. Boxing Day Feast Illustrations: Families can draw their Boxing Day meal together, capturing the joy of shared holiday feasts and preserving memories of favorite dishes.
  7. Winter Wonderland Scenes: Encourage people to draw their ideal winter scene, inspiring creativity and celebrating the season's beauty.
  8. Family Portrait Drawing: Families can come together to each draw their own portrait for a unique, collaborative family picture.
  9. Recipe Illustrations: People can draw illustrations of their favorite Boxing Day recipes, encouraging the sharing and passing down of family traditions.
  10. Sports Celebration Pictures: Sports enthusiasts can draw their reaction to the Boxing Day matches, capturing the excitement of the day's sporting events.
  11. Holiday Card Creation: Create unique, homemade holiday cards with a personal touch by drawing festive designs to send to loved ones.
  12. Boxing Day Outfit Designs: Fashion lovers can draw their Boxing Day outfits, sharing their festive fashion choices with others.
  13. Relaxation Doodles: After the Christmas hustle, people can unwind with stress-relieving doodles and calming patterns.
  14. Reflect on the Past Year: Use drawings to reflect on the highlights and milestones of the past year, fostering reflection and a sense of accomplishment.
  15. Dream Vacation Sketches: Escape the cold by drawing a dream vacation spot you'd love to visit, adding a dose of escapism to the day.
  16. Fictional Character Fun: Draw your favorite fictional characters celebrating Boxing Day for a playful and imaginative activity.
  17. Comics of Unusual Gifts: Create comic strips about funny or unusual gifts received, which can be a humorous way to share stories.
  18. Boxing Day Parade Floats: Design your ideal parade float for a Boxing Day parade, letting your imagination take the lead.
  19. Snowman Designing Contest: Hold a contest for the most creative snowman design, encouraging friendly competition and winter cheer.
  20. Family Pet Portraits: Capture the character of family pets in drawings, including them in the holiday celebrations.
  21. Favorite Holiday Movie Scenes: Recreate your favorite scenes from holiday movies, connecting people over shared film interests.
  22. Boxing Day Bingo: Create custom bingo cards with drawings related to common Boxing Day experiences and play with family and friends.
  23. Draw Your Ideal Gift: Express creativity and desires by drawing the ideal gift you wish you had received, which can be a fun way to share your interests.
  24. Holiday Tradition Exchange: Draw a family holiday tradition and share with others, learning about different ways people celebrate.
  25. Worst Present Challenge: Illustrate the weirdest or 'worst' present you've ever received, turning those memories into a light-hearted, communal joke.