Santa Claus - there anyone who in his youth didn’t look forward to Santa Claus? Or rather waited for his gifts? Let’s get to know where did the history of Santa Claus originate from.

Santa Claus in UK – how it was created?

Mental image of Santa, as a happy old man with beard and spectacles, wearing red coat with white elements, comes from the 1823. At that year in Canada and USA became known the poem „A Visit from St. Nicholas”. Right in it we can find the first reference about Santa. Thomas Nasta – caricaturist also had influence on concept of Santa Claus, which we have currently. Mental image of Santa was spreaded in lots of countries and currently it’s hard to encounter a child who wouldn’t know what Santa Claus looks like.

Santa Claus – tradition of letters

In 1871 Thomas Nast political cartoonist painted Santa Claus in their cabinet. Old man was glance through received letters and selected sheets into different piles. Group of letters from naughty children’s parents was much bigger in comparison with second pile. It was primal reference to curretly holiday tradition of sending messages to the Santa. A few years later Nast created a painting of someone who puts letter with sign „St. Claus North Pole” in a mailbox.

Letter from Santa Claus?

Well, we got to know about origin of history of sending letters to Santa Claus but can Santa write a letter to the child? Why not! Kids say in their letters what they would like to get and the Santa is able to bring it or write back and appraise kid’s behavior in current year. Would you like your child to get an unique response from Santa Claus? Order it on the website: Unusual message will be sent to your home at every place over the globe. All you have to do choose a template, write the name of your child and edit the text as you want. However it’s not everything – there is available for order personalized video from Santa too.

Santa is unusual memory from our the old days. It’s worth to keep that tradition for our children. Solutions given by Elfisanta can help in it.