I spelled it phonetically because I don't know the actual Swedish word, but I think it is supposed to mean Santa. My mother-in-law was huge into the holidays, and had dozens of little Santa figures all over her house. Some were little handicrafts made out of felt or cardboard, but some were Anna Lee collectibles. I'll just come right out and say it: these Santa figures are one part whimsy...and one part frightening.
|Although he looks like a monk, |
this is one of several bobble-heads.
His brothers live at our house.
|I have no idea what that is supposed|
to be in his pot, but I like to think it's
hot cocoa and marshmallows. Right?!
|My, what big eyes you have!|
|One part Santa, one part Rudolph.|
|I am not entirely sure what is going on with |
this Santa - is that hair or snow?!
|The Santa in the foreground with the |
hand-painted face is an Anna Lee collectible.
|This fellow is Mr Doll's favorite.|
Santa and his...pickaxe?!
|If 'Doc' from The Seven Dwarfs was an elf.|
The Charlie Brown Christmas
In the meantime, guess what I got from our family Secret Santa gift exchange this year?!
|Babydoll and Big Daddy Santa|