GOOD LOOKS - Santa's Snacks

Monday, November 28, 2011

milk and cookies for Santa

In the United States and Canada, children traditionally leave Santa a glass of milk and a plate of cookies. In Britain and Australia, he is sometimes given sherry and mince pies instead. In Sweden, children leave rice porridge and in Ireland it is popular to give him Guinness or milk, along with Christmas pudding or mince pies. 

Some children also leave a carrot for Santa's reindeer, and were traditionally told that if they are not good all year round, that they will receive a lump of coal in their stockings, although this practice is now not usually followed.

What do you leave Santa? Well this year, we have the cutest addition to your little Christmas eve display – this little red and white paper platter is perfect for your little nibble, sip and munch!

Santa Platter
A fun, disposable Santa plate with allocated spaces for a carrot, glass of milk or sherry and a mince pie. 
Size: W22cm
R30 each


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