Every year, every child looks forward to December 6: St. Nicholas is coming! The commemoration day of the holy bishop of Myra is celebrated by many Christians with numerous rituals. For example, on the eve of December 6, children place one of their boots in front of the door, which St. Nicholas fills with sweets, fir branches, tangerines and small gifts. The good man is accompanied by his servant Ruprecht. Adults can also make each other happy with nice little things and greeting cards for St. Nicholas.
Therefore, on this page you will find very personal greetings for St. Nicholas.
Christmas motifs determine the greeting card for St. Nicholas. The friendly old man with a white beard, a bishop's miter and a crozier is a popular motif. Teddy bears or animals with Santa hats, gifts, boots, fir branches, candles and snowmen are also suitable for cheerful greetings for St. Nicholas. The images exude a festive and cozy mood. Santa Claus caricatures can be a funny alternative.
Personalization of wishes and greetings
Since in many places it is customary to recite a poem to St. Nicholas, greetings in rhyming form are also particularly suitable for the card. They fit the festive character of the Advent season. But even those who do not feel called to write poetry can put some friendly Christmas wishes on paper. Typical motifs such as light, cookies, Santa Claus, snow and boots appear again and again in greetings to Santa Claus.
Greetings for Santa Claus
With the following Santa Claus greetings you can make your greeting card Christmas.
Santa Claus poems for a greeting
For Santa Claus greetings are very often used small poems and verses.