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Well I had to struggle with this topic.  I have a confession that we have very few family tradition movies.  The ones that are on our must-do list are Elf, A Christmas Story, and Die Hard (the original).

It really is sad that since I was a kid we have watched Die Hard on every Christmas Eve I can remember.

[quote] Come out to the Coast, we’ll get together, have a few laughs… [/quote]

But I digress, back to Disney movies..  one did come to mind that I really enjoy.  It is The Santa Clause with Tim Allen from 1993.  I love the originality of this story and the little things that make it oh, so enjoyable.

One of my favorites scenes is when Scott Calvin and his son are debating over the The Rose Suchak Ladder Company.  I can just imagine my son and I having the same discussion.


But the best thing about this move is the fine print on The Santa Claus business card.

[quote]  ln putting on this suit and entering the sleigh the wearer waives any and all rights to any previous identity, real or implied, and fully accepts the duties and responsibilities of Santa Claus in perpetuity until such time that wearer becomes unable to do so by either accident or design.[/quote]

The rest of the movie is filled with watching Scott Calvin coming to grips with being Santa Claus and learning the meaning of Christmas.  How can you not smile when the kids line up in the park to tell him what they want for Christmas.

I loved that idea of the card so much that I thought it would be fun this year to have my own and possibly try to build some klout with my son.

The Santa Clause - Santa Clause Business Card with Fine PrintThe Santa Clause - Santa Clause Business Card Back

Yes, I even included the fine print.  And I made them printable (CLICK HERE to download printable)so you too can have the Big Man’s business card.  Complete with fine print and directions on the back.  There is also a blank one so you can create a special title for you or someone else.

The Santa Clause Card Printables

I am thinking it could be fun to leave one on Santa’s cookie plate for the kids to find.  Can’t wait to see their reaction.

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