I rarely start thinking about Christmas until around mid-November due to a lot of family events happening in October and November so although I plan food, presents and schedule in advance, I don’t actually sit and think about details until quite late on.
This year, she will be writing her annual letter to Santa and she is definitely far more engaged in the ‘process’ than she has been before which is lovely to experience alongside her. From her birth, we have had Santa letters delivered to her and she is always very excited to see an envelope addressed to her fall through the letterbox! The easiest way for her to write her Santa letter is with a Santa pack and we usually get ours from Magic Santa Letter’s.
Getting Ready for Christmas
Magic Santa Letter’s is the home of the ‘famous letter from Santa’ and they do just that, send out beautiful letters from Santa for your child. With various Santa packs and letters available to send out, you can choose anything from you baby’s 1st personalised Santa letter to a full pack of festive goodies!
We were sent the ‘Truly Magical Letter from Santa’ which includes; a beautiful letter from the big man himself printed on high quality authentic ‘North Pole paper’ and sealed with the North Pole seal, fully personalised option to add your own Christmas message, a pouch of Magical Reindeer Food which will be put into Mia’s Christmas Eve box, a Good Child Certificate signed by Santa Claus, a Christmas Door Hanger, and Christmas Colouring Activities. The pack is a lovely addition to Mia’s Christmas traditions that we are creating for her.
If all of that isn’t enough, there is also their free letter to Santa service where you can download the ‘Letter to Santa’ template and send it to Santa’s very own office where Santa himself will read out as many as he can during his Facebook Live broadcast every November!
The Magic Santa Letters are printed in colour on both sides and delivered straight to your door in an authentic printed Christmas envelope complete with your child’s name on it. Mia was so excited to see her name on the front and when she realised it had come all the way from the North Pole, she was even more excited!
The pack is really magical and although we have saved most of it until nearer Christmas time, Mia has already coloured in some of the activity sheets and was desperate to put up the door sign on her bedroom door so that Santa knows which room is hers! I love the design of the letter itself and the fact it can be fully personalised is a huge positive as the look on Mia’s face when I read it out to her, was priceless!
Packs start at just £4.99 and are amazingly magical for your little one!
Does your child write Santa a letter at Christmas?
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