Cards for children: with santa, reindeer, Snowflake
Santa Claus is one of the most recognizable and anticipated Christmas characters. The old gentleman was growing up, with a round belly and a long white beard. On festive days, he changes his working outfit - red pants and a coat tied with a black belt, plus high black boots and a voluminous one, red hat with a pompom - and he goes out into the world to distribute gifts to children. However, he does not travel in the usual way. As he is a unique character, has an unusual means of transport. It moves in a flying sleigh, drawn by his faithful reindeer. An elderly gentleman would not be able to deal with so many gifts and so many houses to visit on his own. A staff of elves helps him, long before Christmas, they prepare gifts for children and match them to the right people. Children write letters to Santa Claus before Christmas, in which they express their wishes for the dream Christmas gift. On Christmas Day, Santa Claus comes to well-behaved children's homes and gives them what they dreamed of. However, naughty children cannot count on such happiness. For them, Nicholas only has rods and a quiet hope, that they will improve and deserve a beautiful gift next year.
Such a legend accompanies the distribution of Christmas presents. There is no child who would not believe in her for even a few years. Depending on the culture, Santa Claus looks a bit different or chooses other methods of delivering gifts. In America, the legend has it, that Santa Claus gets down the chimney at night and leaves gifts in his socks. In Poland, however, it is popular to disguise one of the family members or a neighbor, who, as Santa Claus, personally comes to the children.
The figure of Santa Claus and his entourage is used as a Christmas symbolism among children. The theme of producing and giving gifts appears in many Christmas-themed fairy tales. Symbols of this kind are also used on Christmas cards for children.
Children learned from a very young age of beautiful traditions, they send cards during the holidays. And these are not just wishes expressed in the form of a request to Santa Claus. Children, with the help of their parents, write to their Grandmothers, Grandparents, Aunt and uncles, sending them best wishes and hugs. They write their thoughts on the beautiful, colorful, artystycznych kartkach świątecznych, prepared especially for them. They are dominated by the children's world symbolism: Nicholas, reindeer or snowflakes. Children's Christmas postcards are full of color and joy. Sometimes they are also prepared in the form of a coloring page to be filled in.