I like a good oddly-shaped, badly-carved, rusty-hasped alms box in an old church. Doling out a mite to a quivering pauper is very quaint but no match for the welfare state. I wondered about indicating that, and I suppose I have, by adding St. Stephen's Tower on the Palace of Westminster *.
Anyway, I'm ahead of myself. What could be easier than drawing a pile of boxes? Well, I've thrown a few in but I've focused on the alms box, surrounded by pretty much everything else I could think of. Here goes: runners letterboxing; a Dartmoor letterbox; a stamped notebook (I've never gone letterboxing, so it's a bit of a guess); boxes big and small; Saint Stephen's cross; a pile of stones and a palm for his martyrdom; Saul (later Saint Paul) holding the coats (Acts 7:58); holly to balance the palm; King Wenceslas looking out; the horns for the Boxing Day hunt (controversial, I know, so I've made them into a call to alms); the boxing game from my father's 1980s Casio calculator... and that's it, except for Saint Etienne in the bottom right-hand corner.
I haven't mentioned the sales.
I added shading but it has gone crinkly and I'm away from a scanner.
Happy Boxing Day and Merry Christmas!
* This is another thing learnt this morning - the tower with Big Ben, which was recently renamed the Elizabeth Tower, was not really called St. Stephen's Tower, as many people thought, but a smaller tower in the complex was and still is.