Plush Father Christmas Toy

Customer plush father Christmas toy Model NO.: M100201 Description: plush father Christmas toy Style: Festival Material: Plush Usage: Toy, Gift, Promotion Size: 25cm or Customized Sample Time: 5-7 Working Days Trademark: customized HS Code: 9503002100 Age: Any Age Filling: PP Cotton...

Product Details

Customer plush father Christmas toy

Model NO.: M100201

Description: plush father Christmas toy

Style: Festival

Material: Plush

Usage: Toy, Gift, Promotion

Size: 25cm or Customized

Sample Time: 5-7 Working Days

Trademark: customized

HS Code: 9503002100

Age: Any Age

Filling: PP Cotton

Certification: CE, EN71, ASTM, CPSIA, REACH

Color:  Customized

MOQ: 500PCS Per Style

Loading Port: Shenzhen Or Other City Port

Origin: Guangdong, China

Package: 1PC in a Poly bag, suitable qty. in a Carton


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Product Description

Type

plush father Christmas toy

Fabric and filling

super soft plush  filling: polyester

Size

25cm or Customized

Features

Warm, good hand feeling, good for skin, breathes, perfect for seasons, soft enough.

Package

1pc in a poly bag, 60pcs in a outer carton

Sample fee

usd70 per style

Sample time

5-7 working days

Delivery details

25-35 working days after sample approval and received the deposit

OEM service

the size, weight, quality, wash label, package can do as customers requirement

usage

for gift, toy, promotion

1.Father Christmas toy are made of Super soft material.

2.Cute and friendly features

3.Perfectly sized for cuddling

4.High quality

5. a safe toy for child

6. Wash by hand, easy to care


Samples fee
1. Why do you charge samples fee?
We need to order the material for your customized designs, we need to pay the printing and embroidery, and we need to pay our designers salary. Once you pay the sample fee, it means we have the contract with you, we will take responsibility for your samples, until you say "ok, it is perfect".
2. How much is the samples fee?
The account is up to your samples, usually it is 60 to 100 USD, but if there are many embroideries or printings, and it is complex, the sample fee will be higher.
3. Is the sample fee refunded when the order is placed?
Yes, if your order amount is more than 10,000 USD, the sample fee will be refunded to you.
4. How can get the free samples?
When your value of trade reaches 50,000 USD, you will be our VIP customer. And all your samples will be free, meantime the samples time will be much shorter than normal.
5. What is the samples time?
It is 5-7 days according to the different samples. If you want the samples urgently, it can be done within three days.
6. If I send my own samples to you, you duplicate the sample for me, should I pay the samples fee?
No, once we promise you that we can do it, you will not pay any fees any more.
7. How about the sample freight?
If you have an international express account, you can choose freight collect, if not, you can pay the freight together with the sample fee.
8. If I don't like the sample when I receive it, can you modify it for me?
Yes, until you say "yes, it is ok".



Story:
A mysterious figure who presents gifts for good children on Christmas Eve. Legend has it that on the night of December 24, a mystery man will drive a sleigh pulled by 12 reindeer, go from house to house through the chimney, and secretly put gifts in the socks at the bed of the good children, or pile them under the Christmas tree next to the fireplace. Although no one has actually seen the mystic man, people usually dress up as wearing a red Christmas hat, a big white beard, a red cotton-padded jacket and red boots. Since he always appears on Christmas Eve to give gifts, he is often called "Santa Claus". A film of the same name was released in 1985 and 1994, respectively. Father Christmas comes from European folklore. Usually parents explain to their children that the presents they receive at Christmas are from Santa Claus. Santa Claus is derived from saint Nicholas with the concept of a mysterious figure bringing gifts to children. Nicola was a kind bishop living in 4th century Asia minor, and the Dutch would imitate him on saint Nicholas day (6 December).

Every Christmas, as Santa Claus rides on reindeer and the child arrives with a Christmas tree, writers and artists begin to portray him as the familiar red-suited, white-bearded figure we all know today. At the same time, different countries and cultures have different explanations for Santa Claus.


In many countries, children prepare empty containers on Christmas Eve so that Santa can pack small gifts such as toys, candy or fruit. In the United States, children hang Christmas stockings over the fireplace on Christmas Eve because Santa Claus said he would drop presents down the chimney and put them in his stockings on Christmas Eve. In other countries, children put their empty shoes outdoors so that Santa can deliver presents on Christmas Eve (or December 5 on the eve of saint Nicholas' day). In Germany, legend has it that he disguised himself as a saint and put nuts and apples in children's shoes. He roamed about in his chariot, watching people, especially children, and would be rewarded with apples, nuts, sugar and more if he behaved well. Bad boys get a whip. Parents were inspired to adopt the legend to encourage their children to listen. It greatly surpassed the New Year and became a national holiday. Santa Claus has become the most beloved symbol and tradition of Christmas. The image of a jolly old elf driving reindeer, pulling a sleigh full of toys and gifts, from house to house, giving gifts to every child has been etched into people's memories. Almost every year, children who believe in Santa Claus send letters to him, telling him what Christmas presents they wish to receive, and in some post offices in other countries, to avoid disappointing them, they reply


The concept of Santa Claus, a mysterious figure who brings gifts to children, is derived from Saint Nicholas. Nicola was a kind bishop living in Asia minor in the 4th century, and the Dutch would imitate him on saint Nicholas day (6 December). The classic happy Santa Claus is depicted in North America. Dutch and British colonists incorporated this tradition into the celebration of the Christmas holiday. In the British American tradition, Santa Claus is always happy to arrive on Christmas Eve in a sleigh pulled by reindeer. He spends the rest of the year busy making gifts and supervising children's behavior.

The French equivalent of Santa Claus is Pere Noel, who is almost identical to Santa Claus. His red and white clothes once inspired Coca-Cola to paint the image of Santa that spread around the world in the 1930s. In some cultures, Santa Claus is accompanied by Knecht Ruprecht, or "black Peter" (Zwarte Piet). In some versions, gnomes in toy workshops make holiday gifts, and sometimes Santa and Mrs. Claus are married. During the Christmas season, many supermarkets in North America and Britain have Santa Claus whom children can ask for presents.



In Icelandic legend, Santa Claus is not only one, but a total of nine Santa Claus, each has a different character, some mischievous, some kind gentle.

In many countries, children prepare empty containers on Christmas Eve so that Santa can pack small gifts such as toys, candy or fruit. In the United States, children hang Christmas stockings over the fireplace on Christmas Eve because Santa Claus said he would drop presents down the chimney and put them in his stockings on Christmas Eve. In other countries, children put their empty shoes outdoors so that Santa can give presents on Christmas Eve (or December 5 on the eve of saint Nicholas' day).


The portrayal of Santa Claus at the North Pole is a clever reflection of the perception of industry. In the early 1900s, Santa Claus had some images of himself making toys by hand, like a craftsman in a small workshop. Later, it turns out that Santa Claus has many elves to make toys, but the toys are still handmade by the elves in the traditional way. By the end of the twentieth century, the western masses had fully accepted the reality of mass machine production. Modern depictions of Santa's residence reflect this: it is humorously said to be a highly robotic production facility, equipped with state-of-the-art manufacturing technology, run by elves and a manager-like mother Christmas. A number of TV ads have turned the scene into a corporate comedy, portraying the genie as a disgruntled employee, hilarious and manipulative of the boss.

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