Do you have a favorite Santa Claus ornament or decoration for Christmas?
If so, does your Santa wear a green velvet suit instead of a traditional red one?
Do you celebrate your Irish heritage at Christmas time through your festive decor?
If so, you might enjoy this collection of green clad Santa's or Santy's as we say in Ireland.
Santa Claus Christmas decorations come in all shapes and sizes and today I've curated a selection of Irish themed Father Christmases that will turn your festive celebrations a little Irish green.
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Green Santa Claus Figurines
Santa Claus figurines can adorn a mantle, a book shelf, or become a centerpiece on a coffee table or side table.
Here are some of my favorite Irish Santas.
Some wear plaid scarfs, and others bear gifts and Irish coffees.
Some Santas dye their beards in green, white and orange shades, while others tote an Irish terrier and lean on their shillelagh.
Santa may prepare an Irish feast or don a shamrock bordered vest.
Irish Santas with Traditional Symbols
Others like a traditional robe, while the truly Irish Santa's keep warm in a woolen sweater.
Irish Santas may carry shamrocks, or may simply say, "Irish you a Merry Christmas."
And don't forget happy Irish smiling eyes are a must.
Irish Santas may arrive by plane, or wave a golden shamrock.
Mrs. Claus knows to kiss Santa, if he's Irish, and sometimes Santa wears a flowing cloak with a beautiful Celtic Cross on the back.
A barrel of beer may help Santa on his way this Christmas, or sometimes he waves an Irish flag.
Green Irish Santas look good hanging on a Christmas tree.
And all come bearing gifts of the season.
And don't forget - green Christmas Santa hats are perfect for all Irish people, or those who are Irish at heart.
Have a Happy Irish Christmas
Hope you enjoy browsing through these fun Irish themed Christmas decor ideas.
Have a lovely Christmas, and thanks for following my recipes, ramblings and roundups.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Mairéad -Irish American Mom
Pronunciation - slawn ah-gus ban-ock-th
Mairéad - rhymes with parade
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