December is rushing by quickly. This is the time of the month where I begin living in panic mode. I still have a lot of activities planned for the kids, and not much time left to do it all.
Sunday was a day spent at home blasting some Christmas music, tying on our aprons, and baking our first batches of Christmas cookies. (I'll be sharing a few cookie recipes in the next few weeks, so keep and eye out!) I thought it would be the perfect day to break out the letters and let the kids start brainstorming ideas of what they would be asking Santa for this year.
I've created this adorable Santa letter printable and a special north pole envelope that is addressed to Santa himself! All you need to do is download both, cut out the envelope (which I'll show you in more detail how to create it), fold up your letters, and mail them out. It's that simple.
To Download the Santa Letter Click HERE
To Download the North Pole Envelope Template Click HERE
To make the envelope:1. Download and print out the envelope template
2. Cut out the template
3. Flip over and fold over left side flap first and glue.
4. Fold over right side flap and glue.
5. Fold bottom flap over and glue ONLY ON THE SIDES.
6. Place folded paper inside and glue top flap down.
7. All finished!
The kids had such a great time dreaming up all the things they wanted to ask for from Santa.
I remember doing this as a little girl and it filled my heart with joy to watch them fill out their lists.
He was concentrating.
I hope this printable comes in handy for the little ones in your life. And who knows. It might even give
Hoping you all are having a joyous and happy holiday season!