Santa in a hammock is one of our most popular Christmas cards, and can be given before or after Christmas. Let friends and family know how Santa unwinds after the monumental job of delivering toys to boys and girls all over the world, in one night. Your family Santa deserves a break. Santa might be a mother!
- I must confess: I’ve been naughty all year.
- I believe in Santa, just beclaus.
- Santa baby, welcome home.
- It’s too late to be good.
- Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.
- Santa enters through the heart.
- You know you’re getting old when Santa starts looking younger.
- Santa in a hammock makes me happy.
See also Santa and Flying Reindeer.
Where does Santa deliver?
So, historically, Santa visits the South Pacific first, then New Zealand and Australia. After that, he shoots up to Japan, over to Asia, across to Africa, then onto Western Europe, Canada, the United States, Mexico and Central and South America.
What does Santa do after Christmas?
Well, first, he finds a sunny tropical island, where he climbs into a hammock and enjoys a well-earned rest. Then Santa & Mrs. Clause and their whole team go back home to the North Pole. They might have some hot chocolate, eat some cookies, and start making toys for next year.
About those cookies:
Santa is known for leaving gifts in stockings and under the tree for good boys and girls. But before setting out milk and cookies became a tradition, families used to hang stockings by the chimney and stuff them with presents for Santa when he arrived.