Alternatively you can print the template without any messaging and then use a pen to write the by hand message yourself. STEP 3: Use scissors to cut around the brown lines. STEP 4: Fold over the envelope flaps to create the envelope use a ruler to make sure the folding is straight. Every time a child, anywhere in the world, performs a good deed, a note is made next to their name and it stays there forever.
When we begin our preparations for Christmas, the elves and I sit in front of the fire to read the diary together and decide which presents each child should get from our workshop.
All the gifts are gathered in a special room with cushioned walls. We have thousands of toys in there. Every single toy is looked after by a designated elf, who knows exactly which gift is for which child. Of course, even we make mistakes from time to time. Sometimes we send a slightly different present to what was asked for, but our creations are so marvellous that they always make children smile. Every gift from Lapland is special in its own way. I seem to remember seeing one or two packages with your name attached in the gift room, so I have a good feeling that you'll be very happy this year.
Be prepared for something amazing! Dear her name, As I sit here at my desk, another snowstorm rages outside my window. It is slowly getting dark, and in the distance I can see a group of my happy elves returning home on their dog-sleds, with the barking of their huskies and jingle of their sleigh bells blending with the sound of the wind. The closer it gets to Christmas, the harder the elves must work. Fortunately, we all help each other, and nobody is left alone with their duties.
We sometimes add delicious treats to the presents just to make life sweeter. They are the responsibility of one of our elves — his name is Anastasius. He travels the world and seeks out new recipes for sweet treats.
Like yellow cake with chocolate frosting, gingerbread with jam, lollipops of thousands of flavours, Christmas-tree shaped chocolate, and crunchy wafers with peanut cream.
He has his own special recipe book, which is already pages thick! Every year, after he visits a new corner of the world, he adds a few pages to the book. Anastasius has been around for quite some time. All I know is he can entertain us with his stories for hours, even if we have heard them before.
They still make us smile every single time he tells them. However, listening to stories are no match for eating the results. It makes Anastasius a little annoyed when we rush to the kitchen before the story is over, but deep in his heart he's happy that his treats bring us so much joy.
A little bird told me that you have behaved incredibly well this year, which makes me very happy. One of our elves mentioned your name so many times that it sounds like they must be preparing something very special for you! Dear her name, The days are getting shorter, the nights longer…and colder. I trust that you are wearing your hat and gloves already, just like me.
Everybody here has been running around like busy bees to make sure that all the children in the world receive their presents on time. I will prepare something very special for you this year. I am so looking forward to visiting your home again and seeing what has changed.
My elves are hard workers. They always keep an ear to the ground, so they can discover what brings the most joy to children. One of the elves even came up with his own fantastic toy idea. He has been making toys from snow! He has already created many of them: snow teddy bears, snow dolls, snow footballs, and other snow toys. One evening he put them near the fireplace and all the toys melted in the middle of the room. We were ankle-deep in water and we had to pull up our trouser legs.
Only the reindeer didn't seem to be bothered and were grateful for the puddle of indoor drinking water. In Lapland we have these kinds of adventures all the time. Every single day something new happens here, and if you are good, I will tell you a few more of our funny stories. I shall see you soon! Back when you used to believe in me. That is, until you had your doubts, and then I suppose someone told you not to believe in me anymore.
I bet you felt disappointed when that happened. But deep down you still hoped I was real, right? Well, I have some good news for you.
Right now, you are reading a letter from me, the one and only Santa Claus. Tell me, how often have you looked at your phone today? Are you studying? Watching cat videos? Or are you checking Facebook for the 40th time that day? Don't worry, whatever you think you are missing out on always looks far better in pictures than in reality. Follow my advice and remember: school is important so make sure you get enough sleep. Go to bed early so you can get up early.
Plan your day the night before so you can get up and go without rushing. Show the people you care about that you care about them. And finally, help your parents out at home. They take care of you, you can take care of them too. I take notes all through the year, and I appreciate it when you work hard. My dear girl, my elves and I have spent a lot of time choosing a proper gift for you.
There is just one last thing to remember. Or are you checking Facebook for the 40th time? My dear boy, my elves and I have spent a lot of time choosing a proper gift for you. Dear her name, Every year I think about the previous winter, and I have to admit that my reindeer Rudolph was right when he said that people can change their ways in just 12 months. Even here, in the Far North, the word has got out that you have made a lot of progress and you deserve some recognition. My closest friends and I are all sitting here by the fire: Rudolph, his nephew Casper, our bookkeeper Maurice the elf, my little helpers Anastasius and Boris, and me of course!
We are all very pleased with you. Don't worry, sooner or later your special someone will come to appreciate your efforts too. I will definitely remember your development and progress while I prepare the list of gifts for the grown-ups. The elves who have been keeping an eye on you have reported back to me that you have been very grown up on several occasions. I know that a few people around here have also noticed, and I am certain that this year they will gladly make you feel like a kid again.
Ho, ho! Dear her name, I have been watching you carefully this year. So have my elves. Now, though on the whole you have behaved well, there are just a few things we need to discuss. In my letters to children, I always tell them to be tidy, to help their parents and to be kind to others. When I write to adults, I like to leave a bit of freedom of interpretation. But in your case, let me be totally clear. Please try better to be tidy, help your parents, and be kind to others.
I embrace the fact that shopping is a great way to spend your time, but please be aware that there are other things in life too. Your friends are wonderful people. You might try talking to them without glancing at your phone every minute. They want to see you without it. There is one more thing — I want you to be nicer to yourself.
Your friends and loved ones are there to help you, so you can talk to them about your problems. You would do the same for them! Unfortunately, it is impossible to read your mind.
So hoping for a clairvoyant will not do any good. Please consider everything I have said for next year, and I will put something special under the Christmas tree for you This year a small lump of coal is a must, but please expect an extra something special as well!
Dear his name, I suppose that, upon seeing my stamp affixed to this envelope, you must have wondered why someone like me would remember you. Well, let me elucidate. Have you ever heard of anyone forgetting somebody who owes them money?
Ah, but you might think that no envelope I have for you could ever hold a lump of coal, even a small one. Well, you are right, because it is not needed this year.
You have been a good boy! Let me guess, you are delighted with how wonderful you are. They can slip their letters in envelopes to send to the North Pole. Letter to Santa Free Printable From Events to Celebrate Do your children get so excited when the toy catalogs start coming in the mail before Christmas? Many children love pouring over them and circling the things they want.
Do your children like sending Santa a letter with their toy wishes? Continue this fun holiday tradition by printing out this free printable letter to Santa.
.You might wonder how I manage to make time for the mountain of gifts, the mischievous elves, and energetic reindeer. Some time ago someone spilled a little bit of magic stardust in the gift-wrapping hall. From time to time you can leave an apple out for them or make a little cardboard house, so they can rest a while after their long journey. As you already know, I visited thousands of homes to give away of presents to all the well-behaved children.
And I hope this gift will encourage you to be a good boy next year too. Every year, after he visits a new corner of the world, he adds a few pages to the book. It was Rudolph!
I will prepare something very special for you this year. Well, in my opinion my trusty old sleigh is still working perfectly well, both on snow and in the air, so we will not be replacing it anytime soon. He has been making toys from snow! Keep it up and you will get a nice gift from me.
Every gift from Lapland is special in its own way.
I wish you could have seen what happened. There is one more thing — I want you to be nicer to yourself.
In the evenings, we drink coconut water talk deep into the night about our favourite sleigh rides. I know that you have studied hard, listened to your parents and helped them through the year. Show the people you care about that you care about them. Information like their name, age, and where they live, plus their desired present from Santa are left blank for them to fill in themselves. Every gift from Lapland is special in its own way. I remember when I wanted to be a footballer.
My elves are very chatty.
Dear his name, I am sure that you are counting down the days to Christmas, just like me. Third, you turn over a new leaf and become the washing up king!
There is one more thing — I want you to be nicer to yourself. Now, though on the whole you have behaved well, there are just a few things we need to discuss. Information like their name, age, and where they live, plus their desired present from Santa are left blank for them to fill in themselves.
But remember that true bravery means overcoming your own weaknesses. This vibrant free printable Santa wish letter will definitely get your children excited about Christmas! Or are you checking Facebook for the 40th time that day?