In Poland, Christmas is often called the Festival of the Star. At sunset on Christmas Eve, the youngest children of the house are sent out to watch for the first star to appear in the night sky. Only when they’ve found it, are the candles lit and the holiday meal served. After dinner, the children wait for the arrival of the Star Man and his choir of star children, who give gifts to good children and punish the naughty. Learn More
Knitting is a favorite pastime for many — including Mrs. Claus! It gets very chilly up North. While Santa and his elves are preparing for the big day, Mrs. Claus keeps busy making cozy sweaters and scarves for those arctic days.
Around the world, “Santa” is known by many names—Father Christmas, Saint Nick, Santa Claus—and takes many forms. Every Christmas, we like to take a look at different versions of Santa Claus from around the world. Learn More
Attired in richly colored fabrics and luxurious fur, this Santa bears bottles of the finest Chardonnay and Bordeaux, a platter of bread and cheese, and a basket of delicious grapes making him the perfect gift for wine lovers this Christmas. Learn More
Dressed in sea foam green and sand colors, Nautical Santa and Mrs. Claus look like they’ve just stepped out of the ocean onto the beach. They’re both perfect for a summer “Christmas at the beach” display. Learn More