With Christmas right around the bend it’s not unusual to see letters addressed to Santa on our dining room table, waiting for a stamp and a trip to the mailbox. These free printable Santa letters have been a lifesaver over the years, adding a bit of magic into the Christmas season. The boys love to keep in touch with their North Pole friends – sometimes they add things to their Christmas lists, or ask Santa what kind of cookies he likes best.
Once, my four year old wrote and asked to come live with Rudolph forever, because he was upset that I wouldn’t let him eat snow for dinner. Whatever the reason for writing, nothing beats receiving a response! More often than not Santa’s response is left magically near our Christmas tree, delivered by magic elves.
Printing your own Santa letters is easy – just choose a design below and download it to your computer. Open the file up in word and personalize it! I’ve included some sample text, but you can simply replace all of it with your own.
I like to use a handwritten or cursive font to look like Santa’s handwriting. I’ve included some of my favorite fonts at the bottom of this post. You can download and install them easily and use them in your letters!
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Kris Kringle Letterhead:
This is my favorite Santa letterhead and we use it every year.
Santa’s Workshop Letterhead:
This one is a very simple style.
Occasionally the boys may have a rough week and need a reminder about their behavior. Before we go to the big guy himself, we will sometimes get a letter from Jangle – Head Elf, Behavior Analysis Division. Jangle is in charge of naughty/nice list placements and likes to remind kids to behave – or sometimes even congratulate them for excellent behavior, so he gets his very own letterhead!
Add Stationary for a more realistic touch:
To make it more realistic we use special “Santa” paper and fonts. This stationary all works really well for the letters!
I also use these free fonts for the text:
Free Santa Fonts:
And if you are sending your letters before December 15th, read my post on how to get the letters postmarked from the North Pole with USPS!
Do you have a tradition of writing letters to Santa in your home?