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Michael Rielly

Introducing the Santa Claus Oath Coat of Arms

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Santa Eric

That looks great. I would love to have a copy of it one day. I hate that I missed out on signing the oath.

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SantaBob

Absolutely amazing. You are missing your calling by not doing graphic design.

Santa Bob

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Michael Rielly
Absolutely amazing. You are missing your calling by not doing graphic design.

Santa Bob

You haven't seen anything yet... ;)

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Santa James

Excellent job! And beautifully worded description, very professional, and fantastic graphics! Now I can't wait to see what else you guys have up your sleeve!

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Carlo Klemm

I like it! Way to go guys. Great job!

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VetteCitySanta

The SCO Coat of Arms is truly an awesome design. However, I would like to suggest that you consider resizing the reindeer to where their antlers extend no higher than the top of the shield, and their tails do not extend beyond the outer tips of the banner. Just an observation. I believe that will give it an even more balanced look.

I, too, look foward to having access to such a patch and either framing it or placing it on my Santa suit (if permissible).

Thanks.

VetteCitySanta :D

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SantaJames

Awsome, That is a coat of arms any Santa would be proud to wear!!!

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Santa Jim Lewis

In the annals of Hearaldy, this will take its rightful place. Thanks to both of you.

Santa Jim Lewis

Asheville, NC

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Santa Mike Liquori

I just seen it, and WOW,

You guys did an great job. It is awesome!

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Noelle Marie
Amazing.................I think it would look great as a type of lapel pin as well.

Very well thought out.

I totally love it! would love a pin or patch as well.. It is truly stunning!

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Niceville Santa

Thank you guys for making Santa history.

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VetteCitySanta

Beautifully done and so rich in significance. Absolutely awesome.

VetteCitySanta :D

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Storytelling Santa

Wonderful! Excellent, my friends.

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Santa Rodney

Thanks for all your hard work!

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Santa Aidy

Great job, i also think it would be great as a lapel pin. :clap:

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Santa Jim Lewis

I too, believe that it would make a great lapel pin. May I offer a suggestion? Has any thought been given to having it produced as a "patch". It would look fantastic on a red suit or a red blazer. Would add a great deal to such wear.

Santa Jim Lewis

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Santa Everett
You haven't seen anything yet... ;)

What's next?

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Sinter Noel

I was wondering if it was still possiable for me to be included in the Santa oath book at this time.And how would i go about doing this.Peace,SinterNoel.

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Santa-MD

Sinter Noel,

Check out the topic about the oath's travel schedule. The last 2009 date listed has passed, with dates in early 2010 given. Beyond that, I'd suggest that you contact Phil Wenz / Legendary Santa Claus directly.

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FuzzyFootFarm

Hi All

I love the Coat of Arms but I hadn't noticed the thread until today. My only comment is relating to the reindeer. They aren't accurate as reindeer and if its not to late, I would suggest that be looked at. The body structure is wrong as is the head. I won't have any art here of a "Reindeer Rampant" but I can provide a few different profiles of reindeer that might help. My logo is currently on the Gallery page using a stock art from Corel if you want to see what I mean.

Not trying to be critical, just making an observation but we are the people that should notice these things.

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Elf Gary

That truly is terriffic.

Well Done ! !

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Country Boy Christmas

So will this ever be produced as a patch or lapel pin. I would LOVE to have the honor of wearing this on my suit...

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Santa Everett
So will this ever be produced as a patch or lapel pin. I would LOVE to have the honor of wearing this on my suit...

Pins are available.

Here is the link.

http://celebratesantastore.com/category.sc?categoryId=3

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Santa California
Pins are available.

Here is the link.

http://celebratesantastore.com/category.sc?categoryId=3

hI i WENT TO THE SITE TO ORDER THIS WITH ANOTHER PIN BUT THE CHOICE OF PLACES TO SHIP TO WAS LIMITED. USA-CANADA OR IRELAND BUT NOT TO THE UK IS THIS POSSIBLE AND HOW MUCH FOR SHIPPING THANKS SANTA CALIFORNIA.

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Santa Everett
hI i WENT TO THE SITE TO ORDER THIS WITH ANOTHER PIN BUT THE CHOICE OF PLACES TO SHIP TO WAS LIMITED. USA-CANADA OR IRELAND BUT NOT TO THE UK IS THIS POSSIBLE AND HOW MUCH FOR SHIPPING THANKS SANTA CALIFORNIA.

I cannot promise, but believe I can make some arrangements that will get them shipped to you. PM or email me the address you would use for shipping. I am not familiar with overseas postal fees, tariffs, levies, taxes,....etc. Can you provide any information?

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