Thursday, May 27, 2010

Send Your Child a Letter from Santa

Does your child believe in Santa? If they are under 12, they probably do. Well, it would probably put a big smile on your child's face to see Mail from Santa in the mail box in December. When your child or children see the postmark "North Pole, Alaska" and Official North Pole Mail on their envelope, they will be grinning from ear to ear and want to open their letter right away.

In order for your child, children or grandchild to receive Mail from Santa, all you have to do is give us your child's name, city they live in and so much more for only $9.95. Ordering a letter from Santa is easy online and there is free shipping too. Right now is the best time to place your order and have Mail from Santa arrive to your child on or before December.

1 comment:

  1. I am debating whether or not to go the whole Santa route with my son (almost 2). As it is, I plan to leave it up to him whether to believe and stuff, but not push it, as my husband felt rather lied to when he found out there was no Santa. On the other hand though, I remember how cool it was to see all the effort my parents put into the holidays, thinking that there MUST be a Santa/Easter Bunny/Tooth Fairy, because my parents wouldn't be able to do all THAT, would they?