Santa Claus, also known as Father Christmas, Kris Kringle, Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, or simply Santa brings children gifts on Christmas Eve of toys and candy or coal or nothing, depending on whether they are "naughty or nice". Have you been naughty or nice this year? Merry Christmas!Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
In today's puzzle we feature some beautifully wrapped Christmas presents under a Christmas tree. Christmas presents are often exchanged on Christmas Eve (December 24), Christmas Day itself (December 25) or on the last day of the twelve-day Christmas season, Twelfth Night (January 5). The practice of gift giving is symbolic of the presentation of the gifts by the Three Wise Men to the infant Jesus.
Made out of tinsel these decorations are shaped like Christmas trees and come in a variety of colors and sizes. The ones featured in today's puzzle are red and green with white tinsel (a type of decorative material that mimics the effect of ice, consisting of thin strips of sparkling material attached to a thread). Pick your difficulty level and give it a try! Have fun!
Today's puzzle features a brilliant combination of rich red and glistening gold ornaments. This festive arrangement features a dazzling assortment of ornaments in varying shapes and sizes, embracing not only the traditional spherical baubles but also stars, pinecones, hearts, and other interesting shapes. Put the pieces back together and see how the light catches the glittering surfaces, making the entire display come to life and exude a magical ambiance that perfectly captures the spirit of the season. Have fun!
Merry Christmas everyone! Stay safe and enjoy the holidays with your friends and family. In this new puzzle we feature some Christmas ornaments. Ornaments, baubles, or "Christmas bubbles" are usually used to decorate Christmas trees. They came in a variety of shapes( snowflakes, bells, stars, reindeer, and more), colors and sizes. They are made from glass, plastic, ceramic, wood, metal and other materials.
If you didn't already know, a Christmas stocking is an empty sock or sock-shaped bag that is hung on Saint Nicholas Day or Christmas Eve so that Saint Nicholas can fill it with small gifts - often referred to as stocking stuffers or stocking fillers. According to tradition, a child who behaves badly during the year will receive only a piece or pile of coal. Have you been naughty or nice this year?
Garlands made out tinsel are popular Christmas decorations all around the world. Tinsel is made up of thin strips of sparkling material attached to a thread. It comes in a variety of colors, sizes and designs. In today's puzzle we feature a close up of some colorful tinsel garlands - we've got some red one, a couple of gold ones, a white and silver one and a sparkling blue one. What is your favorite?
Complete today's puzzle and see the colorful Christmas nutcracker figurines. Figurative nutcrackers are a good luck symbol in Germany. Nutcrackers in the form of wood carvings of a soldier, knight, king, or other profession have existed since at least the 15th century and are now popular Christmas decorations. They come in a variety of designs, colors and are made from a variety of materials. Most modern nutcracker figurines can't actually be used to crack nuts.
Start today's puzzle and get into the Christmas spirit with a plate of delicious cookies. We've got butter and chocolate covered gingerbread cookies. If you didn't know, butter cookies/butter biscuits or Danish biscuits, are cookies originating in Denmark consisting of butter, flour, and sugar. They come in a variety of shapes such as circles, rings, ovals, squares, rectangles and pretzel-like shapes. Butter cookies along with gingerbread cookies are usually served around Christmas time and are associated with the winter holidays.
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