Snowboard Accident Santa Ornament

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Snowboard Accident Santa Ornament

This just in: Santa has been involved in a snowboarding accident. Reports suggest an altercation between Father Christmas and a still-resentful Rudolph resulted in the former taking a tumble down a rather steep run. After gathering much speed--and snow--St. Nick's bowl full of jelly now looks more like shaved ice. Mrs. Kringle says her husband

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DIYable Santa-Clues

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<i>Santa</i>-Clues – For proof of Santa’s visit

Do you have an offspring in the house that is having doubts about some tubby guy dressed in a red suit shimmying down fireplaces all over the world and leaving presents under Christmas trees for good boys and girls everywhere? Perhaps the little skeptic needs some clues to help extend the magic of the season.

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Eric Harshbarger’s LEGO Santa

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Eric Harshbarger’s LEGO Santa

Eric Harshbarger is a mathematician, computer programer and a professional LEGO artist. Although he’s never been an actual employee of LEGO, he is considered one of the preeminent LEGO sculptors and mosaicists in the world. His works are commissioned and his clients have included the MIT Media Lab, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the LEGO company itself, among others. Apropos to the season is Eric’s 13" army of Santas. For more...

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How to Fold a Paper Santa

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How to Fold a Paper Santa

This paper Santa is great for embellishing Christmas cards and gifts. Because he can stand on his own, he makes a sweet place setting. You could also add a tie to his hat and use him as an ornament. So versatile is this easy-to-fold little guy, you might want to make a bunch! Here’s how we do it:

I’m using a square of paper that’s white on one side and red on the other. Also, I used light weight scrapbook type paper, so Santa might look a...

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