Letter From Santa Claus
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Most Santa letter websites give the same letter to each customer, but personalize it with the child’s name, favorite color, a good deed or two.
Magical-Santa-Letters.com is different. When you order a Santa letter from Magical-Santa-Letters.com, you can edit the entire letter yourself or you can delete it and supply your own and we will print it out on our stationery for you.
This is what we mean by a “completely custom letter from Santa” – you can edit every bit of it.
Now you don’t have to feel restricted when you order a Santa letter. You don’t have to settle for a “one-size fits all”. Besides – what if you wanted to give your spouse or friend a letter from Santa – you wouldn’t want the letter to feel like it was meant for a child, right? So on that note…
1) A letter from Santa Claus …
Most Santa letter websites can only offer a canned or personalized letter that is the same letter sent to everybody but has been personalized with the child’s name and maybe some other small piece of personalized information. Our website allows you to supply all of your own text and preview it on our letterhead.
Want Santa’s letter to talk about success at school or work? No problem – just type your own letter in the letter’s box.
Want Santa’s letter to talk about a hobby or other interest? No problem – just type your own letter in the letter’s box.
… You get the idea … You can type your own letter from Santa.
Or simply leave the starter letter alone.
Either way, Santa’s letter will be printed on his own personal stationery. The letter will arrive in perfect condition, unfolded, mailed in a water-resistant shiny red metallic foil envelope. The letter can be framed or put into a scrapbook. The letter is accompanied by a picture of Santa Claus can also be framed.
2) A picture or snapshot from Santa …
A 5×7 picture of Santa putting the finishing touches on a toy is sure to bring an extra level of excitement. This is not a home computer printout, but a professionally printed image. The back side of this high quality picture features a personal message to your child. And as always here at Magical-Santa-Letters.com, the back of this picture will be hand signed by Santa himself.
Again, the back side is addressed to the child or recipient and has a simple message to which you can add your own paragraph of text. It is hand signed by Santa Claus.
… Plus your choice of optional extras
We offer several additional fun and exclusive products that can be added to your child’s letter.
Blitzen's Harness Tag
Blitzen's official leather harness tag. This rustic leather harness tag with jingle bells comes straight off Blitzen's harness and will be one of the hottest selling items of the season. Just imagine your child's excitement when they get their shiny envelope and hear the jingling of the harness tag. And best yet, when your child sees that they got Blitzen's official harness name tag they'll be jumping up and down with excitement. Blitzen's harness name tag is a Magical-Santa-Letters.com exclusive. Supplies are limited - once they're gone, they're gone. Limit 1 per letter. Can be added to your order after you create your letter.
Santa Vacation Post Card
Even Santa deserves a vacation! This customized Santa Vacation Post Card is shipped directly to your child in January. Hand signed by Santa himself, it will arrive with an authentic vacation stamp. This postcard will be sure to delight your child and help them remember that Santa is still watching!
Custom Letter from Rudolph
Custom Letter from Rudolph. As with the Letter from Santa and the snapshot, the letter from Rudolph can say whatever you want it to say. 8.5 inches by 11 inches. Limit 1 per letter. Can be added to your order after you create your letter.
Magical Reindeer Food
Santa's reindeer love this special mix of oats, grains and clusters. Red and green cake decorating sprinkles bring this reindeer favorite alive. Officially, the mix is not human consumeable, but all ingredients are completely edible... just in case... Limit 1 per letter.
Santa's Special Magical Key
Santa's Special Magical Key for houses or apartments or hotel rooms without a chimney. Card says "If you have no chimney on Christmas Eve, Awaiting the presents that Santa will leave, Just hang this key by the door for him, And all the gifts will be left within." Key card is 2 inches wide by 4 inches tall. Supplies are limited - once they're gone, they're gone. Limit 1 per letter. Can be added to your order after you create your letter.
Good Behavior Certificate
This certificate is from Santa's "Department of Good Boys & Good Girls." Printed with your child's full name (as entered in the First Name and Last Name fields when you create the letter). Hand-signed, not a computer printed signature. Gold foil imprinting on thick, high quality paper adds to the certificate's authenticity. Measures 8.5 inches by 11 inches. Limit 1 per letter.
North Pole Postage
The Santa letter package is mailed with a “special” North Pole postage stamp. This is real United States postage only available at Magical-Santa-Letters.com.
Flexibility. Power. Ease. Santa Claus knows children may have questions. They hear things from friends, or even siblings. Santa Claus also appreciates the true meaning of Christmas, that Christ is the reason for the season. The following are just a few of the ways our customers have used our service to experience Christmas in their family:
0 – 3 years old. This is the perfect time to set things in motion to keep the magic of Santa alive for years to come. Each Christmas season you can take out the Christmas letter and talk about it together. Use it as “proof” during the child’s suspicious years if you want.
My son’s letter came at the perfect time… it was like magic. We had just got in the house from picking out our Christmas tree. I turned to my 2 1/2 year old and said “You got mail” to which he replied “Oh! I got mail! Let’s open it”. So after his father and I put the tree up and turned on the Christmas lights, my son and I sat in the rocking chair next to out beautiful tree and I opened the letter. The first thing I showed him was the post card and he was thrilled to see Santa. I then read the letter. At the end of the letter, he said “The end” then turned to his father with the post card in hand and said “Put it on the tree Papa”. His father picked him up and placed the picture of Santa at the top of the tree where it still remains.
This is the first year that my son has any awareness of Santa Claus, and I’m thrilled that he gets to have that magic in his childhood. Furthermore, I’m happy that we shared this experience as a family. My son’s father and I are not together, but have made the effort to do family things so our son can enjoy the benefits of having both parents there in his life for those special events. I’m glad things worked out so wonderfully.
I have been very pleased with the work that you’ve done, and have given out your info to several people. I am a repeat customer. I have an album of each year’s letter so my son can hold on to that magic as long as possible.
Thank you. And Merry Christmas. Sincerely, Ana.
4 – 5 years old. Do you remember when your child first tasted something sour or tart? Remember the face they made? What about one time they were really sad. Did their lips quiver and eyes fill with tears? Aren’t their expressions precious? What about this past Christmas. Did your child receive a gift that just lit them up and they danced around uncontrollably? Your child may very well respond similarly when they receive a letter in the mail addressed to them personally, sent from Santa Claus, with North Pole postage.
When I walked in the front door after a long day at work, my 2 oldest kids, ages 4 and 6, came running towards me with a large shiny blue envelope. My 6 year old exclaimed “Mom, it says it’s from Santa, from the North Pole, and it’s for us! Can we open it now!?” As we sat down and read the letter, my 4 year old giggled non stop. My 6 year old was more thoughtful, but whenever I read something personal, such as “…you are a good boy to try and remember to feed your dog, Libby..,” his eyes would get very large and excited. I think this was exactly what he needed to Believe.
The kids at school have been spreading some awful Santa rumors and the magical letter from Santa truly has kept the Christmas Spirt brimming in our house this year. However, the thing that excited my 4 year old the most was the picture of Santa with Blitzen. She has proudly told and shown everyone about the picture Santa sent them. Thank you to Head Elf, Lora, and all of the other elves at Magical Santa letters for the wonderful service. As a parent, I really want to do everything to keep my kids excited and believing about Santa! Being able to personalize the letter, have it come in a shiny envelope with all of the authenticity of the North Pole, did the trick. And my mom wants to know why Santa didn’t send her a letter. Maybe next year.
Thanks again – Brandi
6 – 8 years old. It may not be too late to keep the wonder and awe alive this Christmas season. One of the ways you can use a letter from Santa for children in this age range is to incorporate key events that occurred during the year. Maybe recognize the birth of a brother or sister, the first day of school, maybe a special vacation or camping trip. In years to come, each time either of you sees the letter, fond memories of those day will immediately brighten your day.
We have an 8 year old daughter that has been really struggling with all the kids in school telling her there’s no such thing as Santa. We’ve always encouraged her to believe in whatever she wants and no matter what anyone says to defer that, she should stay strong and stick with her beliefs.
This letter was JUST WHAT SHE NEEDED! She had sent me to work with a letter that she had wrote to Santa, asking all sorts of questions (ones she had of course asked me as well).
The fact that I could write the letter and answer all her questions, was amazing. Not to mention we just had a baby boy October 27, and I was able to talk about her being a big sister and about bringing stuff for Conner too! She was soooooooooooo excited to get that letter and she had to show me the “really shiny blue wrapper” it came in too! She hasn’t stopped talking about it for 3 days now! Anyone that has stopped by our house along with our neighbors and her class and teacher at school has seen this wonderful letter that she got from Santa! Along with the picture of him and Blitzen — that was the icing on top of the cake for sure!
Again, thank you so so so so so much for helping my daughter continue to believe in such a magical idea! We just hope this will continue on for years to come! And we will be utilizing your website again next year and the years to come once Conner gets old enough to appreciate it as well!
Thank you again! – Lena
9 years old and pre-teens. It may not be too late to keep the wonder and awe alive this Christmas season. Or, you can use a letter from Santa to help keep your child focused on your family’s religious beliefs. Something else you could do is to hold on to the letter(s) after it arrives in the mail and distribute them at a special family holiday event or activity. In years to come, each time either of you sees the letter, fond memories of that day will immediately brighten your day.
Merry Christmas Alan
A great big Ho! Ho! Ho! and a Merry Christmas from the North Pole!
I’ve been checking my list and the elves have been checking it twice, and I see that you have been getting good grades in Mrs. Hall’s class and treating others with respect.
I know you are getting older and probably finding all this Santa business rather silly and suspicious. I want you to remember that the magic of Christmas happens not by Santa, but when you give to others. I am not talking about just buying gifts. The most important gifts are your time, hard work and kind deeds. By giving of ourselves we find a tremendous amount of joy and peace. God gave us the greatest gift of all, his Son.
You already give so much of yourself. Your kind deeds do not go unnoticed. You help your parents with tasks around the house, and you rarely complain. You are so kind and patient with your sister, Brittnie. She will grow to appreciate you more and more. She is learning so much kindness and patience from you. You give of yourself by being a good listener when people want to tell you a story or talk about something that is important to them. You appreciate and take care of the things you have. You also give of yourself by treating your grandparents with respect. You take time to greet guests when they arrive and to walk them out. You always remember to thank others for things they do for you. You are an amazing boy and I know your parents are so proud of you.
Well, Rudolph just whispered in my ear that he is hungry. He can hardly wait to lead the reindeer with my sleigh full of toys on our long trip to visit the homes around the world.
Have a very Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas Jaxon
A great big Ho! Ho! Ho! and a Merry Christmas from the North Pole!
I’ve been checking my list and the elves have been checking it twice, and I see that you have been a good boy this year!
I know that you made the All A Honor Roll in Mrs. Wilson’s class at Thousand Oaks Elementary School. I am so proud of you. Keep up the good work! Can you believe that our favorite driver, Jimmie Johnson, won the Sprint Cup Championship again this year. I am very happy about that. I will bring you some new Jimmie Johnson stuff this year. I also have some surprises for you.
I want you to remember the real reason that we celebrate Christmas. Christmas is not just about how many presents you get. Christmas is the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. It is very important to remember that Jesus is the reason we celebrate Christmas.
The reindeer and I are planning to arrive in Starr just after midnight to deliver your gifts. Please be sure to hang your stockings and be in bed early because my magic only works when everyone is asleep.
Well, Jaxon, I must get back to my workshop. Don’t forget to be a good boy and remember to leave some cookies and milk out for me and reindeer food for Rudolph and the other reindeer!
Have a Very Merry Christmas!
Teens. A Santa Letter is not only for children… why not send one to your teenage son or daughter or other grown up and put a smile on their face too! Honestly – wouldn’t your teen or other grownup get a kick out of receiving a letter from Santa Claus? Magical-Santa-Letters.com will let you create your own letter. Don’t settle for a letter that is simply personalized or customized with just the recipient’s name or favorite color. Imagine your teen getting a letter from Santa which talks about their boyfriend or girlfriend, high school and other interests. Why should little children receive all the attention? Wouldn’t your spouse chuckle or be amused to receive a custom letter from Santa with only details that Santa would know??
Grown-ups. Why should little children receive all the attention? Wouldn’t your spouse chuckle or be amused to receive a custom letter from Santa with only details that Santa would know??
Merry Christmas, Topher
A great big Ho! Ho! Ho! and a Merry Christmas from the North Pole! Old Santa Claus here wishing you the best holiday season ever.
I thought I should drop you a line and tell you that I am so proud of the wonderful father you are to your precious children. I know that they are a handful at times, you know that I see it all! But they are fantastic kids, thanks to the great love they receive from you.
I was wondering if you might consider raising some reindeer on Weston Ranch. I am in need of a new recruit. So far, I haven’t been able to teach your sheep to fly! Maybe you could get Isaac to help you make an extra large potato gun to help launch the sheep off so they could learn!
I hope that you are enjoying the gift I sent for you earlier this year. Sorry my timing was a little off, but it’s hard to keep up with millions of people in one night and yours was a rush delivery. Alena sent me her wish list and all she wanted was your love, so when I saw in your heart that you still thought of her I couldn’t think of anything better to give the two of you than each other. Sorry that I can’t wrap her up and put her under the tree Christmas morning, but the sleigh gets a little crowded. Maybe I can add a side compartment for long lost loves and arrange to get her there for next year!
I have to say that it’s good to see the magic back in your life. You know that Santa only delivers to those who believe and it is great to see your faith returning after all these years. I hope that you and the children will have a wonderful Christmas and that the new year will hold lots of dreams to finally come true for you. Give Gage big “Santa hugs” from me.
Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Merry Christmas, Mallory
A great big Ho! Ho! Ho! and a Merry Christmas from the North Pole!
I’ve been checking my list and the elves have been checking it twice, and I see that you have been a naughty girl this year!
I know you have been putting up with drunks! (The elves and I have been known to hoist a few ourselves) Even though most days it has been difficult to be a good girl, I see that you have at least tried very hard! That’s why the elves and I will be making a stop at Club Fuel this year.
Rudolph just whispered in my ear that the sleigh is nearly packed. He can hardly wait to start dancing with my sleigh full of drag queens on our long trip to visit the bars in California. The elves are also busy putting bows and ribbons on the last of the liquor bottles.
The reindeer and I are planning to arrive in Studio City just after midnight to sing karaoke.
Well, Mallory, Mrs. Claus is driving me crazy and I must get back to my beer. Be sure to hang your stocking and be in your own bed early because my magic only works when everyone is asleep.
Don’t forget to be a good girl and remember to leave some tequila out for me and a bottle of Jack for Rudolph and the other reindeer.
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