Our kids don’t believe in Santa Clause. We’ve taught them about the real Saint Nicholas (15 March 270 – 6 December 343) and how he had a reputation for secret gift-giving became the model for Santa Claus. Our kids have been taught not to tell other children that he doesn’t exist because believing he does exist makes them feel good, and they wouldn’t want to make them feel bad. That being said, we know a lot of people that do teach their children about Santa, and I wondered how they keep up the ruse. Then I found iCaughtSanta.com. It’s a unique website, started six years ago by parents who wanted to surprise their kids with a picture of Santa Claus caught in the act in their own living room. With iCaughtSanta.com, you can easily give your kids solid “proof” that Santa, or Rudolph, visited.
Imagine the look of wonder and surprise when your child receives a photo of Santa stacking presents under the tree or taking a nap on the couch!
First you just click the “Get Started Button”. Next, upload a personal photo.
Next pick your character and insert him into your photo.
You can size the character however you need to, or even rotate or flip it to fit seamlessly into your photo.
I chose to put Rudolph in front of our house, knowing that my kids would never believe the Santa photo.
Isn’t that cute? You can stick Rudolph in the snow, too, if you happen to have it. A single photo is typically just $9.99, or you can upgrade to a bundle (4 photos) for just $10.00 more – and you can redeem the photos on any CatchACharacter™ site. Right now, you can save 25% Off by using the promotion code #Santa25
iCaughtSanta.com is giving away an iPad Air and a choice of gift cards from Amazon, Visa, and Starbucks, on their site. Anyone can help spread the word and enter to win one of multiple prizes for a combined prize package value of over $1500. No purchase necessary.
And now, I get to give some codes away! Who wants one? Head on over to my Facebook page to enter using the Rafflecopter form.
I received the aforementioned product sample using Tomoson.com. We don’t do Santa, but I know many of you do, and I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.