With Christmas just around the corner, we had a look at the ways that brands are using packaging to spread a little festive cheer this December.
It’s not really Christmas until you’ve had your coffee in a special edition santa cup! These fun designs by Costa celebrate the season in a fun and simple way.
This limited edition festive packaging for Oreo cookies has been designed to be coloured in either by hand or digitally, making each pack unique and customisable. This is a great way to stand out on the shelf, attract new customers and if coloured in digitally, the design can be printed on the pack and sent to a friend as a personalised Christmas gift.
Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese
The Wensleydale Creamery knows that Christmas isn’t complete without a cheeseboard (or two). So to make sure they make the cut. they have added a festive touch to their packaging for the key Christmas sales period.
Celebrating all things crafty – Cadbury’s festive packaging features felt fabric details layered on top of knitted winter landscapes.
The designs will be seen across 22 products, which include advent calendars and gift boxes.
Burger King’s Christmas packaging celebrates the season with reindeer and mistletoe-clad coffee cups, Santa’s belly-inspired sandwich wraps, and joyful takeaway bags.
Coca-Cola’s “Share a Coke” packaging has had a festive make over to encourage people to share a Coke with “Santa,” “Someone Nice,” “Someone Naughty,” “Under the Mistletoe,” “Elves,” “Secret Santa,” and “Mrs. Claus,”. Meanwhile, aluminium bottles feature reindeer names such as “Dasher & Dancer,” “Prancer & Vixen” and “Comet & Cupid.
Nestle Kit Kat
A simple tweak to their famous slogan ‘Have a break’ and the addition of a Christmas character is all it takes to get Kit Kat into the swing of the season.