Christmas is well and truly creeping up on us, if you like it or not and so it’s time for some Christmas activities that get even the most bitter Grinch in the spirit for the jolly season. Sit down with a hot chocolate and your little ones and help them write a letter to Santa. I loved doing this when I was little. When I was little, my mum would sit down with me and help me spell out the names of toys that I wanted Santa to bring me and when I was older, I would lock my bedroom door, get the big catalogues (that shows you how old I am) from the living room and start writing page after page after page.
I then went ahead and drew mistletoes, crippled Christmas trees (did you ever manage to make both sides look the same?) and pretty little parcels on my list, but if I’m being completely honest with you, I do wish I had had a pretty printed template for my letter to Santa. You know – to make my masterpiece stand out from the other childrens’ letters and guarantee the fulfillment of ALL my wishes.
Vertbaudet now make my childhood wish come true. Just in time for the festive period, their little elves have designed three beautiful Letter to Santa templates that you can download for free on their website. Go on, you know you want to!
Disclosure: This post was brought to you by Vertbaudet, but ho ho ho am I looking forward to Christmas!