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Santa Evidence Kit

Updated on December 26, 2013

Get Proof That Santa Claus Really Visited Your Home

Today's kids are pretty sophisticated. So if your kids are asking for Santa evidence to prove the gifts under the tree were really delivered by a man in a red suit who flies all around the world delivering gifts to boys and girls on his Nice List, you've come to the right place. Below you'll find a complete Santa evidence kit, as well as some other ideas for proving Santa Claus visited your home. Who will be the detective in your house who discovers all the clues?

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If the gifts under the tree aren't enough to convince your kids that Santa was in your house, this Santa Claus evidence kit should do the trick.

Poor Santa must have been in an awful rush last night because he forgot a few things, including a glove, his glasses, a toy list and a bell. And he must have torn his jacket in his hurry because he also left behind a piece of torn fabric and button from his coat. He didn't even remember to clean up his boot prints!

You'll have fun leaving out proof of Santa's visit, and your kids will love waking to find the evidence!

More Santa Evidence

A picture is worth a thousand words

Another fun way to convince your kids that Santa Claus visited your home is to catch a photo or video of him in action. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, it's quite easy. (And you don't even have to wait up all night for him to arrive!)

Capture the Magic

At Capture the Magic, you can create photo proof that Santa visited your home. All you need to do is upload a photo of the room where you want to

"catch" Santa and then follow the instructions to insert St. Nick into your image. It's you don't need any special skills! Virtually anyone can do it. Choose from more than 100 different poses of Santa and then just drag the one you like into the photo of your home. Easy tools make it simple to resize Santa or make him lighter or darker to match the lighting in the room. Your kids will be amazed!

The Santa Video

Like the site above, The Santa Video makes it easy to create photo proof of Santa Claus visiting your home. But they take it one step beyond the still photo and actually provide a video of Santa at work.

Simply upload a photo, select your video, and The Santa Video will make the magic happen. You'll be able to see Santa walk into your home, put down his bag of toys and even eat a cookie and drink some milk. Kids will love this video!

Leaving Santa evidence is as much fun for adults as it is for kids to discover!

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    • Bill Armstrong profile image

      Bill Armstrong 

      7 years ago from Valencia, California

      Never mind the kids, I will use as the fingerprints on the glass do not work he wears gloves ;)

    • Jadelynx-HP profile image

      Tracey Boyer 

      7 years ago from Michigan

      This is really cute. Almost make me wish I had small kids to use it on. Thanks for sharing.


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