Volume 1 Victorian Christmas Dinner Scene Creator


Oh gosh! Where to start with a product description for my Volume 1 Victorian Christmas Dinner Scene Creator?

Let me start with the basic technical info. The bundle contains 100 transparent PNG objects, well 99, actually. The wooden table surface is a JPG because the PNG file was too large to include. All objects are 300dpi so perfect for print.

When I started with this bundle it was going to be a full Victorian Christmas Scene Creator but there were just too many objects so I’m dividing it into 3 separate bundles. This is the first one – Volume 1 – with all the Christmas dinner objects.

Why Victorian?

For a few reasons. Firstly because in my head, a perfect Christmas is like the one in The Christmas Carol story. Filled with choirs and carols, traditional Christmas foods, beautiful hand-made decorations, and rich colours and textures. Secondly, because there’s no such product available. I wanted some vintage/Victorian Christmas objects to use in my own designs but couldn’t find them anywhere. Thirdly because I love Christmas and creating and this bundle scratched both those itches!

I hope you love this product as much as I loved creating it, and it helps you add an extra vintage Christmassy feel to your creations.

This is a digital product. No physical items will be shipped. Display mockups and stationery designs are not included in this product.

No Photoshop files are included.

What do you get when you purchase this product?

You’ll get a single Zip file holding 5 folders, each containing a selection of transparent PNG images from the bundle, as follows:

Folder 1: Savoury Eats + License (16 objects) – 18.76 mb
Folder 2: Cake + Sweets (30 objects) – 18.97 mb
Folder 3: Fruits, Nuts + Tea (22 objects) – 18.75 mb
Folder 4: Tableware (22 objects) – 17.79 mb
Folder 5: Table Decor (10 objects) – 18.51 mb

When you open each of the folders you’ll be able to access all the PNG objects. You can upload and use them in any supporting program like Canva, PowerPoint, MS Word, Affinity, Corel, Illustrator, Photoshop – most design programs.

The objects all have drop shadows attached for a quick and convenient design experience. This means you can add them straight to your design page without having to fiddle around adding shadows. They layer beautifully if you stack them and work well on light and dark backgrounds.

Please look at the product images to see all objects included in this bundle.

How can you use this Volume 1 Victorian Christmas Dinner Scene Creator?

Where do I start? They’re great to use in any Christmas designs where you want to communicate a real, traditional Christmassy feel. Use them in your Christmas invites, greeting cards, menus, adverts, or printables.

They are the perfect props for your Christmas product display images. Just add your design mockups to the centre of your art board, then pull in some of the objects around your designs to give them an extra festive feel and convince your buyers to purchase.

Lastly, they are just really great to play with to build opulent Christmas scenes for fun or to get you into a Christmas mood. Let your kids create scenes and turn them into printable greeting cards to send to family and friends.

Product stories

Firstly, I did a lot of research for this product to make sure that all my objects looked authentic and in alignment with an actual 19th-century Victorian Christmas table. I collected loads of images to use as inspiration during creation.

Almost all the objects in this bundle belong to me and have a story attached. The beautiful crockery set belonged to my grandmother. It’s an authentic Marlborough Royal Petal set made by Grindley in England. The cutlery belongs to a friend, though.

All the eats are actual food items that I either purchased or made and photographed, some from my existing collection of food photos, and some made and photographed specially for this bundle. The fruit cake and pudding were purchased in October and my hubby has already demolished them both. The cheese is my regular favourite Camembert. I stole the cheese crackers from my father-in-law to go with the cheese.

The cheese board was digitally made using my own wood texture. And the roast goose was also digitally made because I’m actually vegetarian. Haha! The star biscuits were purchased from a local bakery. I made the teddy biscuit, the mince pies, and the sugar plums (they’re actually fat bombs). The other sweets (pralines, mollies, candy cane) were purchased for this product. The Wassail and Punch were also made specially.

The dried orange slices and pomander balls were made by me especially for this bundle too (my studio still smells amazing!). The Boutonnieres were made digitally. The Christmas crackers I actually made and photographed. The gifts were created digitally using my Gifting Mockup Bundle but the gift embellishments were made specially. 2 of the table centrepieces were actually made by my late mum. I just added the candles digitally. The Table cloth is a piece of spare fabric I had and that most of my studio chairs are covered in. It’s actually green but I changed it to white. The table runner is a shawl. The table top is my hubby’s office desk that he made himself.

At the time of typing this, I am busy working on Victorian Christmas Volumes 2 (Toys and Gifts) and 3 (Tree and Decorations) but I’m not sure if I’ll get them finished before Christmas. I’m going to give it my all to get them done!

Merry Christmas!

Vol. 1 Victorian Christmas Dinner Scene Creator – Product Summary

Format: ZIP file containing PNG files
Dimensions: vary
DPI: 300
File type: PNG (transparent)
Colours: RGB
Can be layered: yes
Compatible: any PNG supporting program
License terms: PDF document included

If you’re looking for Christmas Card Mockups to use with this scene creator, try these:
Square Christmas Card mockup for Canva
Rectangular Christmas Card mockup for Canva

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