A Message from iSpotSanta Directors, Pasquale & Autumn Murena
Elves are magical people that are impossible to photograph or film, since we have seen them numerous times and work with video elves we know a lot about them. Learn all about the elves that work with Santa Claus at the North Pole on this page.
Every day elves eat cookies, candy canes, snow cones and wash it all down with hot cocoa.
Elves love to have snowball fights, make snow angels and play goldfish with the reindeer.
Toy Making Facts
Dolls Per Hour
Bicycles Per Hour
Toy Trains Per Hour
Being a toy builder for Santa Claus is the highest honor for an elf. The North Pole has strick regulations for becoming a Toy Builder, here are some of the talents you need to have to become one.
Santa’s transporters have some of the most important jobs, they ensure Santa can fly for Christmas.
Santa’s Toy Builder Talents
Almost every toy that leaves the North Pole has to be painted, weather a smiling doll face or eyes on a rocking horse.
This is a talent that is as valuable today as it was when the North Pole first opened its doors. Wood workers build all the wooden toys.
Sewing teddy bears together or cutting patterns for a dress, the North Pole seamstresses are the best in the toy making world.
Once a toy has been painted, cut out or sewn together they need to be assembled. Assemblers put together over 523 million toys a year.
Santa’s Transporter Talents
Santa’s sleigh cannot fly without his reindeer and these elves ensure they are well fed, cleanly groomed and in a healthy place.
Before every ride, Santa’s sleigh needs to be inspected for safety and maintained. Santa’s safety is in these elves hands.