Christmas will soon be here and I’m finally getting into the Christmas spirit. This year has found me a little lacking in Christmas spirit but I’m slowly finding it and am beginning to look forward to the festivities throughout the month.
As you will have gathered by the title of this post, I am attempting Blogmas this year! After my failed attempt at Blogtober you may think I’m crazy; but after careful consideration I know where I went wrong.
Instead of following prompts I’m posting whatever takes my fancy although there will be a Christmas theme. It will still be a challenge; but there are a few posts all scheduled and ready to go so that should help to relieve the pressure. Only time will tell if I manage to post every day until Christmas.
Anyway, let’s get off to a fantastic start with a wonderful letter from Santa. My kids still believe in the magic so what better way to help keep it alive than a letter from Santa. It’s the perfect way to kick of the excitement of the festive season and it can be done without breaking the bank.
Santa Direct have three different letters that you choose from, all of which come with personalisation plus you get a text included with all packages. If you want a little more you can go for upgrade which comes with an activity pack.
All items come with free UK delivery and are guaranteed to arrive before Christmas.
There are also loads to choose from on Etsy and they range from letters you can print yourself to beautiful hand-penned letters. While you’re there you can also order your Christmas Eve box contents, countdown stickers, letters from the elves and loads more.
If you’re looking for a cheaper option, then maybe consider Royal Mail. They offer a letter from Santa for the price of a stamp (65p first class, 56p second class). All you need to do is send a letter to Father Christmas at the address below before 8 December 2017. Include your return address and your little ones should receive a letter back by Christmas Eve. However, please note that Royal Mail can’t guarantee a reply so be aware of the risk.
Santa Claus/Father Christmas, Santa’s Grotto, Reindeerland, XM4 5HQ
For those of you who want to support a worthy cause a the same time, the NPSCC offer a letter from Santa in exchange for a £5 donation to the charity to help safeguard children from neglect and abuse over the festive period. Deadline for requests is 16th December 2017.
Are you participating in #Blogmas? Let me know in the comments as I’d love to read your posts.
You can also link up your Christmas related posts using the link below.
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