Did you write letters to Santa when you were a kid? I wrote the big guy once or twice and even received a response via a card–postmarked Christmas, Florida. It didn’t even dawn on me to question why the card wasn’t coming from the North Pole.
Today, you can arrange for your bright-eyed child to receive a letter from Santa (postmark: North Pole) using the USPS’s Letters To Santa program. FYI: This post is not affiliated with the USPS.
As I got older, the letters to Santa stopped and I transitioned into creating Christmas Wish Lists. It wasn’t nearly as magical since the lists ended up in the hands of my mom and dad (instead of the elves at the North Pole).
My parents assured me that jolly old St. Nick would take care of my list but I’m pretty sure he ignored a few things on my list (primarily my annual request for a new kitten or puppy). I know I was a good girl those years too. 😉
Since Christmas-time tends to make me feel nostalgic, I decided to design my own Dear Santa letter. You or your child(ren) can use it to write to St. Nick and prompt visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads. Note: What the heck is a sugar plum anyway? Here’s the answer.
Before I present the free downloads, please note the following:
Downloads will not include the watermark and will be in a one-page PDF format.
Free Dear Santa Letter + Four Christmas Coloring Pages #christmas
Is this cute or what?!
For those of you that believe Jesus is the reason for the season, I’ve got a coloring page just for you.
Keep these gift tags for yourself or attach to them a gift. Include colored pencils or markers for a cute and inexpensive treat.
Here’s a simple Christmas tree that you can color or leave as is. It will look cute either way.
Of course, I couldn’t leave out Santa’s reindeer. This guy’s adorned with ornaments waiting for you to get your color on.
>>>Download the DEAR SANTA letter and four coloring pages here
Which coloring page is your favorite? What’s on your holiday wish list?