Monday, November 22, 2010
We all know how busy this time of year is for Santa. With getting all the presents ready, keeping the elves working and training the reindeer, he night not have had time to update his Naughty or Nice list.
If you want to assure that your child (or family member) is on the Nice list and gets a personalized letter from Santa, you can send him a request through Letters by Santa to get your little ones name on the list.
It is so easy to do, you start with entering some information about the child that the letter will be going to, then you tell Santa about 3 good deeds of the child, then you select the paper style and finally the letter format.
It took me less than 15 minutes to update Santa's Nice list and make sure that he know how good my daughter and three young nephews had been this year. Letters have not arrived yet but I am sure they will all be excited when they do.
The first letters will be mailed on or around November 15th. Letters will start arriving to children around December 1st but because they are routed through the North Pole, the actual arrival date may vary slightly. The last shipment of letters will be sent out on December 18th.
What do you get:
A personalized letter from Santa will be sent by U.S. Mail in an authentic Christmas envelope addressed to your child and postmarked from the Northpole. Each Santa letter comes on high quality paper and comes personalized with your child's name, city, state, and 3 good deeds that you customize.
BONUS #1: For a limited time, we're offering 4 free Santa Sleigh Phone calls with each letter from Santa you order.
BONUS #2: Buy 3 letters from Santa and get 1 free.
Letters By Santa has generously offered all Over Thirty Mommy readers a $3.00 discount, use code 30MOMMY
**Disclaimer: I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. I received a discount code to order a letter for the purpose of this review . This is solely the opinion of Over Thirty Mommy. Other people may have different experiences with the.**