Now that the Tim Hortons holiday cups for 2020 are out across the country, the coffee chain sent some to a school and students redesigned them to be even more festive.
Kaytie Coon, a teacher at W.S. Hawrylak School in Regina, tweeted photos of the artfully redone cups stacked in front of a window and you can see a blanket of snow outside behind them.
Tim Hortons Holiday Cup Redesign! Thank you, @TimHortons, for donating the cups for this fun holiday activity! ❄️ 🎄… https://t.co/ckf4xdLIT5— Kaytie Coon (@Kaytie Coon) 1607728596.0
She called it the "Tim Hortons Holiday Cup Redesign" and thanked the coffee chain for donating them for the activity.
Some of the cups have classic holiday imagery like Christmas trees, lights, gifts, candy canes, Santa Claus and snow.
Two of them have really impressive drawings of the Grinch.
Tims even responded to the tweet about the cup redesigns and said, "So festive and creative! We love them!"
The holiday cups are part of the coffee chain's seasonal lineup of themed drinks and baked goods like the Polar Bear Dream Donut and Candy Cane Hot Chocolate.
Recently, Tims used a meme and a new donut to make fun of how its treats don't always look the greatest.