The Sainsbury’s Christmas advert was unveiled mid-November and immediately met with controversy; it certainly divided opinion here at Flourish HQ. Is trench warfare in WWI an appropriate setting in which to convey the ‘spirit of Christmas’?more
Merry Christmas Everyone!more
A wonderful and delicious lesson in how Scandinavia celebrates Christmas this morning from Trine, our resident Norwegian.
Homebaked lussekatter and hot glögg with raisins followed by a julekurver-making lesson gave us all a brilliant start to a chilly winter Wednesday. Skål!more
We’d like to say a big thank you to whoever gave us a box of very lovely christmas cupcakes yesterday, they’re delicious and we’re very grateful. Unfortunately, we couldn’t read the signature in the accompanying card so we have no idea where they came from. If you’re responsible please do let us know and we’ll send you some love.
Seasons greetings and many thanks for stopping by to download our ‘fold-your-own’ Christmas dinner. There are three courses available, just click on the links below to open up the .pdfs which you can then make into your festive feast.
A cracking Christmas night out with team Flourish last night. We started with cheese overload courtesy of a Raclette at J&A (our new favourite cafe), followed by drinks (and competitive frog flicking) at the mighty Slaughtered Lamb. Picture shows Jonno trying to match the pattern on his jumper with paper hats.
This time from our friend and client Laura at Castrol. Loving the choice of seasonal location and the personalised Santa voice bubble is a very, very nice touch, keep em coming in.
Here’s the first image of our Christmas characters out and about in the wild (Kew to be precise) courtesy of the good folks at Remedy. Love the effort they’ve made – apparently the snowy foreground is in fact the collar of a jacket.
Download and make your own set here.more
Seasons greetings and many thanks for stopping by to download our ‘fold-your-own’ desk decorations. There are three designs available, just click on the links below to open up the .pdfs which you can then make into little festive fellas.