iCaughtSanta – and You Can Too! {Giveaway} 5 WINNERS – Ends 12/24

How would you like the opportunity to prove to your children that Santa really did visit on Christmas eve?  Now you can!  iCaughtSanta.com is a unique website that helps visitors create memorable keepsake photos featuring Santa in action right in your home! Imagine the look on your children’s faces as they see photos of Santa and Rudolph in action.

Uploading a picture could not be simpler!  In three simple steps anyone can upload a holiday photo, add Santa Claus or Rudolph, and print it as proof.  You can easily share it via Facebook and Twitter as well. Last-minute shoppers can purchase Gift Cards and eGift Certificates for loved ones with children, making iCaughtSanta.com a great gift idea even if you don’t have kids yourself.

Regularly $9.99 per picture, you can purchase a picture from iCaught Santa for just $7.50 when you purchase through the special link HERE.

iCaughtSanta.com is giving 5 lucky Delco Deal Diva readers the chance to win their very own iCaughtSanta picture!  Simply leave me a comment below telling me your favorite holiday tradition or a story of someone in need this Christmas who you would like to give this picture to if you win.  Be sure to leave your email address so that I may forward them to the sponsor to send you your codes. The giveaway will run through 12 PM Christmas Eve.

Merry Christmas to you and your families and may be the joy and wonder of Christmas be with you all!

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers


  1. Count me in! Princess Nagger is starting to doubt the validity of Santa, so this would help keep her believing for at least another year. 🙂

    My favorite Christmas Tradition is opening all the family and friends gifts on Christmas Eve, then saving Christmas Morning for Santa Gifts only. I even buy the hubby and I Santa gifts, because one year (when Princess Nagger was old enough to understand), she was convinced that we had apparently been naughty that year since we didn’t get any Santa Gifts. So now I make sure I always get a few things for each of us – the Santa Gifts for us are usually ‘practical’ – and sometimes ‘practical jokes’ since Santa has a sense of humor. 😉

    sassydesigns1(at)gmail(dot)com 🙂

  2. My six year old little boy would love this

  3. Our family tradition is checking out the Christmas lights in the neighborhood after Christmas Eve services, then going out for Chinese food for dinner. We host Christmas Day, so not having to cook the night before is a great break for me. Merry Christmas!
    Knittingzeal at gmail dot

  4. I heard about this before from a friend. Sounds cute. My kids favorite holiday tradition is opening their Advent calendars and finding the Elf on the shelf every morning.


  5. We love to drive through the Herr s factory camous and look at the lights.

  6. I forgot my email is smarker at gmail dot com

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  8. My Favorite tradition is driving around looking at Christmas lights with my kids…just like I used to do with my parents when I was a kid.

  9. A favorite tradition is going to this great Christmas light display at a house near our Church. Tomorrow after I do the nursery, I’m taking the kids there to see it. People park their cars and walk through the display, it’s that elaborate- and that awesome.

  10. We love playing dirty santa! (yes.4eva.r@gmail.com)

  11. We love our cookie day, making gingerbread houses, and having tons of family time! We cherish every moment we get to spend together as a family especially since my daughte is away at college and we don’t get to do as much together anymore! My six year old would love this, he refused to go see Santa this year and I am worried!! This might help!! Merry Christmas!

  12. Our favorite tradition is to open our new christmas pjs, get them on- bake cookies right before bed time. Then everyone in the house (we have 8 kids!) all piles into the upstairs livingroom to make a big giant camp out area, and watch christmas movies until they fall asleep. (then daddy and I sneak down stairs and play santa in the livingroom!)
    WE’d show this photo to our kids tomorrow morning when they first woke up- it would be especially helpful in convincing my 8 and 9 year olds that santa DOES exist 😉

  13. I love packing the kids in the car with our own homemade kettlecorn and Christmas music on the radio as we drive around the neighborhood looking at all of the wonderful Christmas lights.

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