Catch Santa in Your Home for FREE!


Last year, we caught Santa sneaking around our house!  We had a little help from iCaughtSanta.com, and they can help you catch the big guy too.  At iCaughtSanta.com, anyone can easily add Santa into their own festive photos to create a keepsake that your kids will never forget.  You can even use it to make unique greeting cards!

Merry Christmas from Santa

As you can imagine, the kids were super excited to see a picture of Santa standing next to their Christmas tree last year, so we will definitely be doing it again this year.  They have lots of poses and frames to choose from, so you can make lots of different photos–and it all takes just a few minutes.  Be creative, have fun, and maybe throw in a little Rudolph while you’re at it.

Catching Santa

There’s no end to what you can do with these pics if you use your imagination.  Whether you go with something sweet and heartwarming or something silly and hilarious, everyone will be impressed and excited about your creation.

Would you like to Catch Santa for free? 2013 marks their 5th anniversary, and to thank everyone for their support, they’re giving you a chance to do just that.  Hurry over to ICaughtSanta.com and use code #SantaShare to snag your free photo.  You can use this code more than once, but don’t delay; this code is only good until December 10th.  Don’t forget to share this with your friends so they can catch Santa for free too!

Also in celebration of their anniversary, iCaughtSanta.com is also holding a 2013 Customer Appreciation Contest!  They’re giving away over $1,500 in prizes, including an iPad air and Amazon, Visa, or Starbucks gift cards! Enter at http://www.iCaughtSanta.com.

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About Melanie Scout

Melanie Scout is the owner of Game On Mom, a family-friendly blog. She is the mother of a 4-year-old boy and a 5-year-old girl, she eats too much pizza, and a tangled Slinky is no match for her.

Comments

  1. So cool! My parents set up something like this on video when I was little and I still have it!
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  2. What a great idea! This is the first I’ve heard about icaughtsanta, but this is a great idea for those with young children. Mine is a little too young since she is due in about 20 days but I’m going to pass this along for my nieces and nephews :)
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  3. I love this! I did it one year and my son was thrilled!
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  4. This Iooks Like A Great Idea & Believable Too, My Kids Would Love This!!
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  5. This will be very exciting for some sleepy little kids this Christmas.

  6. so cool. I’d like to do this

  7. Daily Woman (Lacey) says:

    This is a cool idea, we did it last year.

  8. That is such a cute idea.

  9. Jamie Brigham says:

    Wow I’ve got to do this for my son. This is the first year he is really into Christmas as he’s only 3 and a half. He loves Santa, trees, lights, reindeer and everything else… He would laugh if he saw Santa in pics.

  10. Ed Nemmers says:

    How fun for the young at heart!

  11. This is very adorable. I will recommend this to my cousin who has young kids.

  12. That is so cool! We are going to do this year for the littles.
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  13. kathy pease says:

    I have seen this last year it is so cool and would be so awesome for the younger kids.. :)

  14. Jamie Brookhart says:

    Looks Good!