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Adorable Downloadable Template: Printable Letters To Santa

Dec 7, 2018

I’ve always loved the holiday season — from Thanksgiving to Christmas to New Years — I love creating new memories for our little family.

We have only one child — Sam — and I want to make everything as special and memorable for him as possible.

From an early age, I’ve tried to create unique momentos and experiences to establish family traditions for the three of us to enjoy.


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One of my favourite things we started with Sam when he was small was yearly letters to Santa.

When he was really little, I would ask him his answers and jot them down. Once he got a little bigger, he started filling them out himself.

Looking back at his teeny person handwriting pulls on my every heartstring.

Child is filling out the 'Dear Santa'letter.

Sam is older now — nine already — but I’m still looking forward to seeing what he jots down this year.

I know our days of Santa magic are probably coming to a close soon, so I’m soaking up every last second of it while I can.

Image of the printable 'Dear Santa' letters.

I would wholeheartedly suggest that you snag this free printable letter to Santa to do with your kids this holiday season.

If you want to send a letter back to your child, you can also check out these letters from Santa templates I have on my blog.

It will become a family tradition you look forward to and a momento you’ll want to keep for always.

Article Author Stephanie Keeping
Stephanie Keeping

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Stephanie Keeping is in love with a boy named Sam. He has taught her that it’s okay to jump first and look later, to wear a superhero costume to the grocery store and take naps in your rubber boots. She hangs out at Spaceships and Laser Beams where she blogs about crafts, recipes, parties, travel and family life.

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