Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Santa Series Number10 - Santa on 34th Street


The golfer Santa looked so refined I just had to put him in a suit like the Santa in Miracle on 34th Street.  Doesn't he look dapper?

His nose is smaller than the golfer - I used a standard hole punch on this one.  I dropped the eyebrows and the clothes are made similar to Conan.  (Talk show host Conan NOT Conan the Barbarian)

9 comments:

Robbe said...

I got a chuckle out of this Santa. Very cute!
Have you ever made Christmas Pixies/Faeries?

Ellen Kemper said...

I don't know that I have ever heard of Christmas Pixies - Elves and sugerplum fairies but not pixies. Give me an idea of what you mean and I'll see what I can do.

Whimcees said...

Isn't it amazing what one little change makes? I love this smaller nose and he certainly does look dapper this morning! :<)

Barbara Diane

Carolyn Sharkas said...

Yes, he is a very dapper Santa. I bet he could even do some tap dancing. Can't wait to see what you come up with for fairies. I know you can do it though. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Clem.

Hugs,

Robbe said...

Hmmm I guess you could say Pixies are wee wingless faeries. They usually sport pointed ears and very tall, slightly tipped at the top, hats. Also their eyes are often almond shaped. :o)

Ellen Kemper said...

Ok - but sounds like an elf to me. Let me see what I can come up with.

lifesabeach32940 said...

I am so glad you are not asking us to pick a favorite, because this one is over the top (and I have loved every Santa you posted to date ...). WOW!! The original Miracle on 34th Street has to be my favorite holiday movie, and your replication blew me away!! :) You are AMAZING!!

pagansgem said...

He is really cute. He reminds me of the Burl Ives snow man from Rudolph.

Jessica Lewis said...

Hello! I found your website via Pinterest and am just amazed at how you create that punch art! Beautiful!
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