I’m telling you what … Christmas is certainly different today than it was when I was a kid. I was fine if I saw Santa Claus at the mall. He wasn’t there and everywhere we turned. In fact, seeing Santa Claus has become so commonplace that my very perceptive daughter started noticing differences when she was only five years old and wanted answers. I had to explain that they are all helpers and that Santa Claus is at the North Pole this time of year but comes by every now and then. When you see the real Santa Claus, you will know it.
Santa Claus always leaves proof that he came to us to deliver toys. It is quite messy. He leaves cookie crumbs, boot prints around and even his reindeer eat their reindeer food and carrots like pigs in our yard. But a year ago, I found an app that lets you “take a picture of Santa Claus” in your living room – or anywhere it needs to be.
There is a website that can provide your kids with photographic evidence that Santa Claus (or some elves or other funny characters) have been in your house, and you might want to try it out just for the look on the face. of your child.
There is a famous phrase from the movie Santa. “To see is not to believe. To believe is to see.” This couldn’t be truer when it comes to the merry old man from the North Pole.
With the help of the CaptureTheMagic.com website, you can catch Santa Claus delivering toys to your home. Doing it is super easy.
- Simply upload a photo of your Christmas tree or other area of your house that Santa could visit on the website or the free app (iOS or Android).
- Then select one of the Santa Claus poses and insert it into the photo.
- You can use photo editing tools to retouch your image.
- You can also pay to remove the watermark from the image (prices start at $ 1.99).
It’s that simple. Your kids will love it. I mean, didn’t you always wanted to catch Santa Claus dropping toys off your house when you were a kid?
Soon you will be able to film Santa Claus in your home.
Oh, and not only can you catch Santa Claus in the act, but CaptureTheMagic.com also lets you capture a photo of other “visitors” like the Tooth Fairy, Easter Bunny, Elves, and more. Try!