Tesoros reimagines Santa Claus as proudly Pinoy

These cute Santa figurines from Tesoros incorporate distinctly Filipino elements.

Filipinos celebrate Christmas like no other. From festivities that begin as early as September, days (and even weeks!) of eating good food, and distinctly Pinoy decorations and displays, a Filipino Christmas is always a fun time taken and prepared for seriously.

If you’re looking to make your Christmas displays even more Pinoy, then these cute Filipino Santa figurines from Tesoros are what you need!

With Santa’s jolly laugh and festive spirit, it won’t be far-fetched to imagine Santa having so much fun while eating crispy lechon or joining a boodle fight. 

Each figurine costs about P769. Photos from Tesoros.

If Santa were Filipino, he wouldn’t have reindeer as helpers—he’ll get the steadfast carabao! And it won’t be a reach to think that he’ll also try his luck out at sabong (cockfight).

And if he’s done with gift-giving, Santa might just try his hand at selling classic Filipino treats. Santa as magtataho or puto bumbong maker, anymore?

These small resin figures from Tesoros, four to eight inches in height, are the perfect additions to your Filipino Christmas. Some figures are out of stock as early as now, so don’t wait until Christmas eve to make your holiday season more festive the Filipino way! Check out the available figurines via this link.

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