Letter To Santa Printable and Resource For North Pole Letters
Happy Holidays! I am so excited because my little one is really getting into Christmas. I created two Letter To Santa printables and have included instructions on how to get return letters from Santa, have all of your holiday cards get a North Pole postmark, and even resources for “Official” letters from Santa! Join us for this fun (and resourceful) post for everyone!
Isn’t writing to Santa such a fun tradition? This is the first year we’re doing it and I wanted to make it fun and easy for for Elise (almost 3 years old). We focus on activities and experiences as part of her advent and I wanted to incorporate that into her letter. It’s a bit wordy, so I’ve also whipped up a more traditional letter that we might use as well – you know, in case the first one gets lost in the mail or something…
Just click on the link or the image below to download your desired Letter To Santa Printable.
Get a Letter Back from Santa (Free Service)
Do you think the kiddos would get a kick out of a return letter from the North Pole? There is a free service that allows you to get a letter with North Pole cancellation stamp on it! It’s super easy and only costs you the price of two stamps. Here are the steps for your child to get a letter back from Santa (get the detailed instructions from USPS):
Important: all letters must be received no later than December 15th, 2014. The postmaster will open your envelope, remove your child’s letter (in it’s own addressed envelope), postmark it, and then mail it back home.
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I know my little one LOVES getting her very own mail, and I’m sure this will tickle her to no end. If you want to do this, go ahead and mail off your letters by about the 10th of December to be sure to have your letters back in time. You can get so creative with this, can’t you?
Christmas Cards With a North Pole Postmark (Free Service)
You can add a little more magic to the holiday season and have all of your holiday card recipients get their greetings sent via the North Pole. You can read the full instructions here, but if you want your Christmas cards to get a North Pole postmark and then get sent on to your recipients, all you have to do is:
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Letters and Packages From Santa (Paid Services)
There are also many programs you can purchase that allow you to get an ‘official letter’ back from Santa. Some packages include a wax seal, “Nice List” certificates, and even keepsakes. The ones I’ve found range from $5 to $50 USD and the links to quite a few of them can be found on the Letters To and From Santa Pinterest board below. Be sure to follow me on Pinterest while you’re checking out this fun board.
If you know someone who could benefit from this vital – VITAL, I tell you – information, go ahead and share this little bit of holiday magic on Facebook. There’s not enough holiday magic floating around on Facebook, so you should get that going, you trendsetter, you. And thanks.
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