Day 23 - Cast your vote in our community competition

Choose between four ways of depicting Christmas differently

We’ve been getting – as ever – some great ideas and images from our community to help us sum up Christmas this year.

We have created a shortlist of the top four entries, all created by people in our community networks. But we need your help selecting the winner.

The details of the images and their descriptions are below and on the voting form. Let us know your favourite by 11 January 2021.

Read the Christmas shortlist and vote

Our top four Christmas submissions

Adults and children submitted their entries through our Community via the RNIB Connect Facebook groups.

The four you can vote for are:

  1. Recycled with love wreath. The base of the wreath was from an old one my mum in Donegal had. Then my cousin in Belfast gave me the baubles. The lights were old ones from a few Christmas’ ago. The image shows a festive wreath with baubles, warm lights and purple flowers, sat on a window shelf framing the picturesque view of the Irish countryside.
    Created by Dawn Hopper from Crumlin, Northern Ireland.
  2. A handmade Christmas card which has a snowman on a silver star background.
    Created by Aneeba Ahmed from Birmingham.
  3. Tactile Christmas card with fingerprint snowmen and cotton wool print snow.
    Created by Dominic, aged nine, with the help of mum Emma.  
  4. Two salt and pepper coloured fluffy miniature schnauzer dogs. Both are wearing their Christmas jumpers. They’re both sitting in the sit position. Scruffz on the left is wearing a cosy red and white striped jumper, and younger brother Milo has a mainly red coloured jumper with a white stripe around the collar. The two dogs are both looking straight into the camera with their big brown eyes.
    Created by Cliona Evans from Northern Ireland.
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