Yup that's right, Miss Grace's Elf showed up on Friday this past week,
a little early, thanks to Santa's intervention
(apparently he thought she needed a reminder about being GOOD!)
and thanks to icaughtSanta.com, we have the proof to share with you!
Check it out:
According to Miss Grace, he apparently knocked the reindeer over and was putting him back up into the sleigh harness when the picture got snapped, by the accompanying photo elf! Yup, she took one look at the picture and created a HUGE backstory! That's my kid, imagination galore!
Thanks to icaughtSanta.com, it was super easy to give her this great holiday memory!
If you've never heard of icaughtSanta.com, they are a newer website, that allows you to upload your picture and superimpose Santa onto it, creating the one of a kind photo!
How simple is it to make a picture?
Let me walk you through it!
First you decide which picture you want to upload-
You can add Santa (or Rudolph) to a family photo to create a cool Christmas eGreeting Card, add Rudolph to a picture of your outside Christmas display, and even add Santa to a picture in front of your Christmas tree - just imagine the look of wonder and surprise on the faces of little ones when they see proof that Santa is real, when you place the photo on top of their presents from Santa!
You just enter your name and email, then read the rules, then upload your picture, and then select the Santa from the grid on the Santa picture on the right. You can then resize and move him around the screen.
You can choose from a variety of Santa poses and themes, standing, to crouching under the tree, even a sleeping Santa! I liked my first pick, but the more I looked at it, it just seemed like I couldn't get the proportions right, so I tried a different Santa, and found the one I wanted.
You can also change the direction they are facing to better suit your photo, like I did above, too. I was able to zoom in the background a little more, and brighten Santa to make it look like he got most of the flash, and then added a frame. Super easy to do, and they have some great frame styles to pick from- it really completes the picture, and makes it look more finished.
Making the photo took me all of 10 minutes, max! I ended up saving the photo to my computer and then sending it off to a local printer, so I could pick it up, as we were out of ink in the home printer. Otherwise, I could have printed it at home, easy peasy! Also great for completing quickly on Christmas Evee after the presents are all out and the kids asleep, so you can get to sleep faster too!
I have a super EASY giveaway for you from icaughtSanta.com today as well!
How about you don't EVEN have to enter?
Yup- just go to their website and use the special code #SantaShare and you can make a photo for FREE! That's right one FREE icaughtSanta.com photo! But you need to HURRY, as the code expires on December 10, 2013!
And when you finish making your photo, besure to head back to their home page and enter their iCaughtSanta.com 2013 Giveaway via Rafflecopter form, and enter to win over $1500 in prize, including an iPad, and Amazon, Visa or Starbucks cards!
And the best part of using icaughtSanta.com?
You can also add a Santa video for only $4.99, to really take the visual proof experience to a new level!
And for those of you who think this is a super cool idea you wish you could use year round, guess what? You can! They site also has links to get cupid, the tooth fairy and even the Easter bunny on your pictures too! And for only $10 more, it's a steal!
So what are you waiting for?
Head on over to icaughtSanta and use you special code above and enter to win today!
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