The most magical time of the year is almost here! 2020 has been full of negativity and we wanted to shoo them all away by bringing some early Christmas cheer. Zoë has been looking forward to all the festivities, and although we may have to celebrate a little differently this year, we wanted to continue some of our traditions. First up on Zoë’s list? Writing her letter to Santa!
Only one week to go ’til Christmas! Would you love to surprise your little ones with a letter delivered straight from the North Pole? Receiving a letter from Santa is definitely something our five-year-old looks forward to every December. Seeing the official letter seal and Santa’s carefully signed name, gets her all the more excited for the festive season.
This year, I’m sharing my printable Letter from Santa template, free for download.
It’s that time of the year again! Fairy lights, holiday wreaths, stockings, presents and carols, it’s no secret that I am a big sucker for the holiday season. I enjoy all the decorating, shopping, wrapping gifts, family dinners and the never ending get-togethers.
Christmas is even more special when I see its magic through the eyes of my little girl. At five years old, Zoë is pretty wise for her age. You can no longer trick her into doing something she doesn’t want to, but talk about Christmas, the elves and Santa Claus, and she’s all ears. We started writing letters to Santa when she turned three, and since then it has become a tradition that she genuinely looks forward to every December.
I’m sharing the joy of writing letters to Santa by making the template I made printable and free for download.
Are you still racking your brains, thinking of what to get for your mom or grandma this year? Do you need a last minute present that won’t cost you a cent? Or maybe you are a mom yourself and you just need a little encouragement and a nice pick-me-upper? Well, I’ve got you covered!
To celebrate all the moms and women out there, I’ve made this printable art free for download.