The first image will show you a puzzle. When you’re ready, scroll down to see the answer.
Are you able to find Rudolph amongst the other reindeer and Christmas trees?
Rudolph was hiding in the bottom right corner all along.
Believe it or not, there’s a sneaky robot hidden between the houses, snowmen, trees, skiers, snowboarders and others enjoying the snow.
Were you able to find the robot hiding on the right hand side?
Inside this festive scene are references to 20 Christmas songs - can you figure them all out?
The 20 songs are: Fairytale of New York, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa, Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, All I Want for Christmas, Deck the Halls, Little Drummer Boy, Santa Baby, Stepping into Christmas, Do They Know It’s Christmas, Baby It’s Cold Outside, I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday, Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Last Christmas, Jingle Bell Rock, Mistletoe & Wine, Driving Home for Christmas, Silent Night, Let it Snow
At first glance, this picture might just be of Santa and his gang relaxing on Boxing Day after Christmas is over and done with. However, there are six festive treats hidden in the picture - can you find the mince pie, gingerbread man, Christmas pudding, cookie, turkey and bottle of champagne?
Were you able to find them all?
It may seem that this image is made up purely of jolly Santa's - but that’s not the case at all. Can you find Mrs Claus, a grump Santa, a snowman, a bell, a polar bear, an elf and an apple?
Did you get seven out of seven?
Hidden in this busy market scene is Santa Claus - can you find him?
Did you find him?
Hidden somewhere in this scene of snowmen is someone who isn't supposed to be there - a panda! Can you find it?
Were you able to find the panda?
These four sets of emojis reference famous Christmas songs - can you figure them out?
The first song is Driving Home for Christmas, the second is Let It Snow, the third is Fairytale of New York, and the last one is Santa Baby.