Friday, December 18, 2015

Santa in a Tree

He's been hanging around since 1979

2009

A glass Santa and a Grandfather Frost wood-carving from Moscow, above

The Santa Tree

Santas carved by my brother-in-law, above and below, right


Merry Christmas, my German souvenir


10 comments:

  1. Some unusual Santas. Thank you for sharing these. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  2. Interesting Santas. You certainly have a lot of them. I like the moon Santas.

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    1. I am amazed at my BIL's creativity.

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  3. Oh my gosh, look at that tree! It's absolutely beautiful.

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    1. The Santa tree was a gift my staff year's ago. It is a real treasure with Santa faces on both sides.

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  4. I loved all the Santas, especially the wood carved ones.

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    1. I also love Santas. Strange, I think, because I never believed in him or tried to get my children to believe in him. Yet, I have collected them for years.

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  5. Love these Santas especially the Russian one and the ones made by your brother. I love to see different versions from other countries

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    1. I wish I had bought a larger Grandfather Frost when I was in Russia. But glad that I did buy that little egg-shaped one.

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