Free Printables: Santa Letters

Letters to Santa….

Letters to Santa using this amazing Letterhead featured on Design Dazzle
Free Printables: Santa Letters! Thanks to Amanda at Amanda Parker and Family for the adorable free letterhead to Santa. She also includes the special delivery label to the North Pole and a blank sheet to write a letter to Santa on Christmas Eve – we need to remind Santa about the cookies and milk.  Have your child write a letter to Santa and save their letter for the future when it will be fun to reminisce (let them think they are mailing the letter to Santa) or make a copy.

Here is a simpler version for younger kids. Moomootutu offers the free Santa letter printable here.

Letters From Santa…..
Download free letterhead from Santa Clause at 733 a creative blog.  Write the letter (for Santa) and print.
Now for a really fun part of receiving a letter from Santa. The Postal Service offers a North Pole postmark on holiday mail through Dec. 15!  This is a letter that you create (from Santa ; ) ) to your kids.  Secretly mail the letter to:

ANCHORAGE AK 99530-9998

To receive the North Pole postmark on your holiday cards, you should:

Purchase stamps at any post office.
Affix the stamps to envelopes of your choice.
Address the sealed envelopes, with the card or letter enclosed, to those on your mailing list.
Mail them in a larger envelope,  box,  Priority Mail or Express Mail package.

Requests must be received in Anchorage by Dec. 15 in order to ensure delivery by Christmas.  The Postal Service receives hundreds of thousands of requests each year for North Pole postmarks from around the world.  The service is provided at no cost.  Each card or letter must have the correct amount of postage and be addressed.  When the post office receives the letter, they will open the envelope and postmark the enclosed envelope addressed to your child and mail it to your child at the address you specified.

Santa Clues – Proof of Santa’s Visit
Gund Letter to Santa Mailbox Playset
Gund Letter to Santa Mailbox Playset
A Letter From Santa Deluxe - Classic with Snowman Teddy and Magic Snow
A Letter From Santa Deluxe – Classic with Snowman Teddy and Magic Snow
The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition with Blue Eyed North Pole Pixie-Elf                                                              The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition (With Blue-eyed Girl Elf Wearing Skirt)
The Elf on the Shelf: Blue Eyed North Pole Pixie-Elf               The Elf on the Shelf:  Brown Eyed 

Posted on December 10, 2010
Categories: christmas, crafting with kids, diy tutorials & creative ideas, fun printables, holiday awesomeness, holiday ideas

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  1. Centsational Girl says:
    December 10, 2010

    I love this roundup Toni, thank you so much! Sharing on FB!!!

  2. GREAT ideas!! I'm your newest follower…

    ~Jenna, SAS Interiors

  3. Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) says:
    December 10, 2010

    That "Santa Clues" kit is such a clever and fun idea! You've really shared a great holiday grab bag of projects. Thanks!

  4. lila says:
    December 12, 2010

    great blog Toni!!
    love the ideas here!

  5. Bonnie says:
    December 12, 2010

    Those are really cute! We can probably do something like this next year. Jarrett will be one this Christmas 😀

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  8. Charity Rotton says:
    December 5, 2012

    I was trying to download the letter from Santa so that I could send my children a letter from Santa but the link is not working. If you will please send me a new link or tell me what I’m doing wrong. Thanks in advance! I love your site!

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