** This post is sponsored by Santa’s Letter Factory. All opinions about requesting letters from Santa are my own.
This year we want to make Christmas even more special by getting personalized letters from Santa for our girls. It’s been such a difficult year for the girls with having to distance and not see our family, so I’d like to make it up to them as much as possible with unique experiences such as getting a letter from Santa. I’m unsure if there will be a safe way to visit Santa in 2020, making this a great alternative for us. How to get a letter from Santa? Visit Santa’s Letter Factory SantaLetters.org! Even better? 10 percent of profits from SantaLetters.org goes to Toys for Tots!
To request a special package, simply answer questions about the child who will receive the letter. Santa will then send a copy of the nice list, a nice list certificate, a personalized letter to the child and a special map showing the route Santa will take from the North Pole to their home. All of this is sent in a decorative Santa envelope mailed directly from the North Pole. Santa will have plenty of time to mail back the letter if ordered by the cutoff time of Dec. 15.
Another option is adding the Gold Package, which features everything above as well as a door hanger with a special message for Santa, window sticker, a mix of reindeer food, and a package of magic snow.
Will you be participating? How do you plan to make the holidays special this year? Visit SantaLetters.org to get on Santa’s mailing list.