LondonWorld has rounded up the 25 most creative tributes to Queen Elizabeth - can you spot yours in our picture gallery?
Flowers, cards, letters and photographs of Queen Elizabeth II have been laid in Green Park, near Buckingham Palace, as mourners pay tribute to the monarch.
Many of the tributes have expressed thanks and admiration for the Queen’s service over the last 70 years.
While others capture her humour, mischief or love for animals - including her corgis and horses.
LondonWorld has rounded up the 25 most creative tributes to Queen Elizabeth.
Can you spot yours in our picture gallery?
1. Photos of the Queen graced newspaper front pages in the wake of her death
A copy of the Metro newspaper displaying a stunning image of the Queen in a white dress and jewelled tiara in Green Park surrounded by flowers.
2. Children have laid artworks commemorating the Queen
A collage-style portrait of the Queen created from other, smaller images of Her Majesty.
3. Rest in Peace Queen Kong: Her Majesty climbing Big Ben
Humorous images of Queen Elizabeth II - including this child’s drawing - show people’s affection for the monarch, who had a famously mischievous sense of fun.
4. A Paddington Bear soft toy holding a bunch of flowers
Paddington Bear tributes and marmalade sandwiches nod to the Queen’s appearance with the beloved character in a Jubilee skit.