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Casepak’s creative Christmas competition

Casepak held its annual creative Christmas challenge last week. This time around staff members’ little ones were invited to design a Christmas decoration using recycled materials.

We had some fantastic entries using bottle tops, toilet rolls and even an old fabric softener bottle. The judges were delighted to see such an array of new and creative ideas, all made using recyclable material!

Unfortunately we could only choose one winner, and this year first place went to Gemma Bradbury, aged seven, who made a spectacular Santa’s grotto with lots of bright colours and fairy lights. Lana Cooke, aged 10, was the runner up with an alternative creative version of Santa’s grotto including a glittery snow globe.

Other notable entries included:

  • A Christmas tree made out of toilet rolls by Kayne Nicklinson, aged nine
  • A snowman made out of a used water bottle by Leo Nicklinson, aged nine
  • A Christmas tree made of a fir tree and bottle tops by Neveah Whiteman, aged seven
  • A snowman made out of a fabric softener bottle by Thai Ennis, aged eight
  • Thank you to all who entered this year’s Christmas decoration competition. From all of us at Casepak, we wish you a happy Christmas and a fantastic 2016.