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For Children
  Send a Letter From Santa
  More letter ideas

For Adults
  Send a Letter From Santa
  To your brothers and sisters
  To your adult children
  To your family friends
  To your husband or wife
  To your parent(s)
  To your business colleagues
  To members of your group, club, or church
More letter ideas
A simple letter formula
Christmas traditions



For Children
A Click2Mail Letter From Santa is a wonderful gift for children, a one-of-a-kind letter, printed on beautifully illustrated stationery, signed by Santa, hand-addressed, stamped with a special issue stamp, postmarked at the North Pole, and hand-delivered by the U.S. Postal Service.


To members of your group, club, or church
Let Santa announce a holiday party, thank those who have contributed to your cause, or recognize your special friends. “Santa recalls the saying, ‘One enemy is too many; a hundred friends too few’.


Send a Letter From Santa
To your Children
To Grandchildren
To Nieces and nephews
To other special children in your life
   
Letter ideas
Praise parent(s) and the love, caring, and security they provide.
Emphasize the value of giving versus getting.
Welcome a new brother or sister.
Recognize achievements in academics, music, art, sports, and so on.
Respond to a wish list the child sent.
Praise good behavior.
Express your hopes for the child.
Reinforce your values.


For Adults
Don't make the mistake of thinking that a Letter From Santa is for children only. Sending a Santa letter that refers to you by name to another adult has real possibilities, whether it is sentimental, inspirational, humorous, or business-oriented.


Send a Letter From Santa:
To your brothers and sisters
Let Santa recall a story about who found gifts before Christmas, point to memories of family life, recount his sense of sentiments between family members, or detail a particular family tradition. "Santa remembers the Rose tradition of revealing clues to the location of a big gift."
To your adult children
Let Santa recall a poignant family memory, a place, a gift, the adult's childhood impressions of Santa, or participate in some good natured ribbing. "In particular, Santa remembers how awful Sharon's grades were in her junior year of high school."
To your family friends
Let Santa send the gift of greetings from you or fill friends in on a big piece of family news such as a birth, a marriage, a graduation, or a move. "But by far, they tell me their most precious gift is their new grandchild, Emma."
To your husband or wife
Let Santa express how he appreciates the connection between the two of you, communicate a meaningful sentiment, or drop a hint about a gift someone is wishing for. "You two have been through a lot this year, so I'm bringing you a special gift."
To your parent(s)
Let Santa recall how the parents kept Santa's secret alive, how he caught dad eating the cookies you left out, or how much he appreciated your parent's help on the holiday. "And, most of all, Santa appreciates the type of parents you have been."
To your business colleagues
Let Santa recall specific people, places, and events, or send a personalized Christmas greeting. "All of us at Molson Electric (and the North Pole) wish all of you at Brennan Properties, a Merry Christmas and a joy filled New Year."
To members of your group, club, or church
Let Santa announce a holiday party, thank those who have contributed to your cause, or recognize your special friends. "Santa recalls the saying, 'One enemy is too many; a hundred friends too few'."

More letter ideas
Include the verses of a song or a poem
Recall a shared memory
Recount a personal Christmas experience
Say thank you
Share a Christmas tradition
Make the letter the gift--redeemable for a service, visit, or meal
Apologize for a mistake
Use a meaningful quotation
Point to the spiritual aspects of the holiday
Build on an anecdote
Express what you admire about the recipient
Do some good natured ribbing
Acknowledge the recipient's strengths and virtues
Hint about a gift you plan to give
Share a traditional Christmas recipe
Have Santa recount your wish list
Tell a joke
Make the letter an invitation
Make it a game by adding a quiz and answers
   
A simple letter formula
Paragraph 1: A greeting from Santa and reference to the sender.
Paragraph 2: A piece of information that reveals that Santa knows who the recipient is.
Paragraph 3: The message that the sender asked Santa to communicate.
Paragraph 4: A reference to the North Pole, elves, reindeer, Mrs. Claus, and so on.
Close: Santa has hopes and good wishes for (the recipient).


Christmas traditions
Reindeer names: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, Rudolph.


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