Those still-warm Christmas cookies disappear quickly… and so do the cutest holiday collectibles! These recently retired pet-themed Clothtique™ Santas are only available in limited quantities, so be sure to add them to your collection before they’re gone!
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Designed by Ann Dezendorf, these finely detailed figurines from Possible Dreams® feature hand-sewn, specially stiffed Clothtique™ costumes and handpainted, expressive faces.
Expert bakers and dog lovers alike will be tickled by the sweet scene depicted in the And Everything Nice Clothtique™. Santa has baked up a fresh batch of gingerbread men cookies, and he’s made his furry pal a doghouse too!
If there’s Special Handling Required, these adorable animals are up to the task—with a little help from Santa, of course! Santa and his pet friends send seasonal greetings to veterinarians and pet rescue centers.
This black kitten would love to ask Santa, “Got Catnip?” He’ll have to settle for tugging on his “Merry” Christmas stocking in the hopes of a sneak peek.
A Possible Dreams® Santa allows you to work your hobbies into your Christmas decorating, whether you’re into craft brewing or art. If you’re an animal lover, however, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more fitting figurine for your holiday home. Cat and dog lovers alike will swoon over the adorable antics featured in these collectible figurines, new introductions for 2018!
Click here to shop an array of adorable pet-themed Clothtique™ Santas, including the items featured below. Find Christmas gifts for cat lovers, dog lovers, and everyone in between!
Add to your Department 56® Collection or start from scratch with the Mistletoe and Holly Clothtique™. Here, Santa dangles a mistletoe ornament over a kerchiefed pup and a curious cat. Plaid ribbons and a woven rug at their feet add a hint of warmth to the scene. Display it on the mantel next to framed photos of your own beloved pets.
What if you’re looking for a present that blends a loved one’s festive spirit with an affinity for animal friends? These Christmas collectible figurines also make marvelous gifts for pet owners. Take the And Everything Nice Clothtique™, depicting a Labrador in a sugary sweet doghouse! With cookies in hand, Santa pauses to smile warmly down on his four-legged companion.
Searching for perfect gifts for dog owners everywhere? You might try a sweet Clothtique™ called “A Long Winter’s Nap.” Armed with his “Puppy Care” book, Santa peers down lovingly at a trio of pups fast asleep in his lap. It’s sure to charm any dog lover and will more than likely find a spot front-and-center in his or her holiday decor.
Special Santa bulletin: These adorable, pet-themed Clothtique™ figurines have just been retired! Whether you’re an avid collector of these detailed decorations or you’re just starting your collection, you’ll want to “fetch” these figurines before they’re gone!
From Possible Dreams®, these Clothtique™ figurines depict Santa making fast friends with some darling four-legged creatures. These Clothtique™ Santa figurines are designed by Ann Dezendorf, and each has unique details: handpainted resin features and a hand-sewn stiffened cloth costume.
Santa has quite a surprise in his little red wagon. These Waggin’ tails belong to three pups who just can’t wait to meet their new owners on Christmas morning. Tiny Santa hats and a paw print ribbon around Kris Kringle’s gift bag make this one of the cutest Clothtiques™ ever.
Santa would hate for these frisky Three Little Kittens to undo all the elves’ nice wrapping work, so he’s happy to entertain them and distract them for a moment. A dangling red ornament should keep them off the naughty list and out of those festively wrapped presents.
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When he’s not supervising the toy-making efforts at the North Pole or delivering presents to the names on his “good list,” Santa loves to spend time with furry creatures! Santa has a definite soft spot for pets, from the gentle giants of the dog world to the tiniest kittens. These new Clothtique™ collectibles for 2017 depict Santa and his animal friends in sweet, sometimes playful scenes. Each Possible Dreams® Clothtique™ figurine is crafted with attention to detail; handpainted resin features and hand-sewn, stiffened cloth attire make these decorations stand out among your collectibles.
Click here to view a variety of pet-themed Clothtique™ figurines, including the new introductions shown below.
The Special Handling Required Clothtique™ captures a heartwarming moment as Santa and his four-legged pals mail holiday greetings to veterinarians and pet adoption centers.
You’ll agree that this patient pup is certainly a “Good Dog.” This Clothtique™ figurine depicts Santa and his canine helper decorating a little Christmas tree with glittery bone-shaped ornaments.
This frisky black kitten just can’t wait to find out if he “Got Catnip” for Christmas! This lighthearted Clothtique™ features Santa with an embroidered knit stocking and a curious cat nearby.
It looks like these animal buddies dozed off Waiting for Santa, but at least they remembered to leave him a treat! This Clothtique™ figurine has adorable details, including paw print stockings, a note for Santa, and treats in the bag for the slumbering mouse and dog.
Santa loves pets just as much as you do! With his infinite patience and jolly sense of humor, he’s the ideal person to deliver these frisky furballs to their new homes for Christmas. Click here to view and purchase the pet-themed Clothtique™ figurines that are new introductions for 2016!
Designed by Ann Dezendorf, these finely detailed Clothtique™ figurines depict Santa with his cute animal friends. Each Possible Dreams® Santa is dressed in a hand-sewn cotton/polyester costume that is stiffened to add realism. Treat yourself to one of these special figurines, or give your favorite fellow pet lover an unforgettable gift.
When Three Little Kittens decide to play atop the tower of presents, only Santa can keep them from getting into too much mischief. He dangles a red ornament that seems to entrance the feline friends.
These puppies can hardly keep their tails from Waggin’ at the thought of their new holiday home. Santa has a gift bag to carry, so he’s decided to pull the pups along in a sweet red wagon. The green bag is tied with a red pawprint ribbon to enhance the charming scene.
If he could, the curious kitten who’s climbed on Santa’s shoulder would ask you to Define Naughty. After all, he’s just having a bit of harmless fun, right? Nevertheless, he’s stuck with the “Naughty” cap, while his two kitten buddies (behaving for the moment) get to wear the “Nice” ones.
No matter how busy Santa gets, the big-hearted fellow always has time to spend with his animal friends. After all, the elves can handle the toy-making tasks for awhile, right? These intricate Clothtique™ figurines from Possible Dreams® offer a glimpse into the Jolly Old Elf’s life away from the toy shop. Designed by Ann Dezendorf, these collectible figurines feature Santa in a handcrafted Clothtique™ costume that is stiffened to add realism. Handpainted resin details will tempt you to take a closer look and will make these figurines a cherished part of your holiday decor. These collectibles will also delight the pet lover on your list with their charming scenes.
Some little boy or girl is going to be very happy with The Purr-fect Gift of a cute kitten – if Santa can coax one of them out of his warm hat, that is! Santa has filled the stocking with candy canes for the child and a ball of yarn for the kitten to bat at or scamper after. Santa is certainly attired for the season, dressed in his traditional red pants and suspenders and a joyful, patterned holiday shirt. Three sweet kittens cuddle together in his cozy hat, which rests inside a gift box.
Santa has braved all sorts of inclement winter weather, so he’s not afraid to spend some time in The Great Outdoors. He’s without his reindeer team this time, but he does have a compass and his faithful Black Lab at his side. When it’s time to rest, Santa can dip into his lunch basket for some nourishment. Santa has traded his characteristic red coat for a brown jacket. His canine friend has on a green jacket to keep him warm on their nature trek.