Who of us in his youth did not wait for Santa? Or rather looked forward to his presents? Let’s get to find out where did the history of Santa come from.

Santa Claus in UK – when it was created?

Santa - picture of Santa Claus, as a jolly old man with chin and spectacles, wearing red coat with white additions, was established in 1823. At that year in Canada and United States was popular the poem „A Visit from St. Nicholas”. Just in it we can discover the first reference about a man with presents. Thomas Nasta – political cartoonist additionally had influence on image of Santa, which we have presently. Mental picture of Santa was popularized in lots of countries and currently it’s hard to encounter a kid who wouldn’t be able to describe what Santa looks like.

Santa – tradition of letters

In 1871 Thomas Nast political cartoonist painted Santa Claus at desk. Old man was reading his letters and selected cards into different groups. Pile of letters from impolite children’s parents was much extensive in comparison with second pile. It can be treated as the first reference to curretly tradition of writting messages to the Santa Claus. A few years later Nast created a painting of someone who puts envelope with adress „St. Claus North Pole” in a mailbox.

Letter from Santa Claus?

So, we learned about beginning of tradition of sending letters to Santa but can Santa Claus send a letter to the kid? Why not! Children write in their messages what they would like to receive and the Santa is able to give it or write back and appraise kid’s behavior during year. Do you want your child to get an unique response from Santa Claus? Order it here: Amazing letter will be delivered to your house at every place over the world. Just choose a layout, write the name of your child and modify the phrases as you wish. But it’s not everything – you can order personalized video from Santa too.

Santa is unusual character from our childhood. It’s worth to keep that tradition for our children. Solutions provided by Elfisanta can help for that purpose.