If your babies still believe in Santa then you know that this free letter to Santa printable for children is going to earn you some points.
You can print it out for the children to have cute stationery for their Christmas letter to Santa so that they can make their wishes for Christmas known.
I love Christmas and I always get really excited as it comes closer. This year is no exception. I have been in the creating spirit lately (you may have read that in my last post) and I’m designing lots of printables to share with you.
You can choose between the free Christmas wish list printable below or the blank letter to Santa for your sweet babies.
If you would like you can actually download both the Christmas wish list and letter to Santa too.
I hope your little ones enjoy them as much as I did creating them.
To download, click on the image below and the PDF will open in another tab. Download either the Christmas wish list or letter to Santa free printable. (Both options are offered below). Print it out on an 8.5 x 11-inch paper
* *Please do not distribute the free to do list printable or use it for commercial purposes.
Christmas Wish List Printable
Blank Letter To Santa Printable
How to send a Letter to Santa
I did not know this for a long time but it turns out you can actually send your letters to Santa. Yes, Santa has a real address and if your child is lucky they might even get a reply and their requests from Santa.
Seriously though, check this out. If you are in the US, Santa’s address is:
123 ELF ROAD
NORTH POLE 88888
Santa’s mailing address should be placed in the middle of the envelope and your full name and address should be at the upper left corner of the envelope. Remember to include a first-class stamp too.
According to the USPS, all the letters should be postmarked by December 14. The earlier you send the better so that you increase your chances of being replied to.
There you go, I hope your kiddo gets a response from Santa this year.