How to Get a Letter From Santa

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Are your children or grandchildren getting excited about Santa coming to their home in a few weeks? Have they been writing letters to him? Wouldn’t you love it if your child could get a letter from Santa? Well, they can! Directly from the North Pole will be the address stamped on the envelope from Santa. And, look at all the other things in your Santa Package?

Your child will receive their personalized official letter from Santa, a special map showing the route Santa will take from the North Pole to their home, an official copy showing their name, and a special Nice List Certificate, for the child to proudly display. All sent in a decorative Santa envelope mailed directly from the North Pole.

If you want to see another package with more Christmas magic you can select the Gold Christmas Package, which includes everything above plus a door hanger with a special message for Santa, window sticker to proudly display for Santa, a magical mix of reindeer food made by Mrs. Claus herself and a package of magic snow which makes your child feel like you are in the North Pole.

Finally, for those that want to share the ultimate in Christmas cheer, the Christmas Eve Package, comes with a collectible plate and mug for your child or grandchild to leave cookies and milk on Christmas Eve, along with a magical bell just like the one from Santa’s suit.

I love that Santa and his elves donate a portion to Toys for Tots. That’s a good charity for special cheer at Christmas. I hope you’ll visit the Santa Letter Factory and check out the wonderful letters and packages.

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Lisa Ehrman
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