The Yellow Cell Phone Ornament Santa Claus and Christmas Gifts.
History of Santa Claus.
is about 3¼ inches long and opens to about 5 inches. These Miscellaneous Holiday Ornaments look like a regular Cell Phone and is painted lemon yellow. The screen on the outside of the phone says MERRY CHRISTMAS, when you flip the phone open the screen reads WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS which is also the tune the phone plays when the button is pushed. On the inside the rest of the phone has all the buttons a regular phone has. Push the button in the center of these Unique Christmas Ornaments to play the tune. Select to see a complete listing of our Christmas Decorations Ideas.
The custom of exchanging Christmas gifts among friends and family became widespread during the nineteenth century. At this same time the German Christmas tree began to become popular in both Europe and America and Santa Claus became a popular figure associated with Christmas in the United States. Both of these innovations encouraged the growth of Christmas gift giving. The trees provided a beautiful location to display the gifts and Santa Claus by serving as a new Christmas gift bringer. Unlike the medieval New Year’s gift or the English Christmas box, nineteenth century style gift circulated between family and friends and expressed the affection of the sender. Select this link to view our Pink Flip Phone.
Born in the United States of mixed ethnic and religious heritage, Santa Claus embodies the American ideal of the nation as a great melting pot of cultural identities. Santa Claus became an important folk figure in the second half of the nineteenth century, about the time when Americans were beginning to celebrate Christmas in large numbers. Santa Claus bears a good deal of resemblance to his closest relative, the old European gift bringer St. Nicholas. Indeed “St. Nick” serves as one of Santa’s nicknames. Select this link to view our Orange Moblie Phones.
Many popular songs tell of his North Pole and Christmas Eve activities. Nearly every American child can tell you that Santa is a plump, old man with a white beard who wears a baggy red suit and cap trimmed with white fur. Many send letters to his North Pole workshop describing the gifts they would like to receive for Christmas. They eagerly await Christmas Eve, when he loads his sled with toys for good girls and boys and flies around the world, sliding down chimneys to place the presents under decorated Christmas trees. As if to confirm this Christmas fairy tale, men in Santa suits regularly appear on street corners, at office parties, and in department and toy stores around Christmas time. Select this link to view our Green Cellphone.
Santa Claus and Christmas Gifts.
History of Santa Claus.