Printable Santa Letters

On Christmas morning last year, Santa left a note for my daughters by the tree. The Twins were too young to know what was going on – yet my oldest was really excited that he took the time to leave her a letter. This year, she got an earlier letter from Santa, thanks to Printable Santa Letters .com.

The site is run by 2 Moms, who help all other parents out there make touching and personalized letters from Santa. Their goal is to make things easier for all parents, teachers, grandparents {etc} to put as little magic into the holiday season.

At you have 3 package options to choose from:

The Gold Package (Pkg 1, which I received} includes:
– Santa letter and envelope
– autographed 4×6 photo of Santa
– personalized letter from Rudolph Preview
– personalized Nice List Certificate Preview
– 2nd envelope design for a 9×12 envelope
– This package is $8.99

Package 2 includes:
– Santa letter and envelope
– autographed 4×6 photo of Santa
– personalized letter from Rudolph Preview
– This package is $6.99

Package 3 includes:
– Santa letter and envelope only
– This package is only $3.99


At, there is a good selection of stationary and letter templates to choose from. When you have decided on your template and stationary, you simply fill in the blanks to make it personalized {names, friends, location, favorite toys and their accomplishments that year, to name a few}.

I really like that you can preview the letter and make changes if needed, which I did. I suggest proofread a couple of times to make sure it’s correct. Once you are happy with your letter, choose your package and an email is sent to you with your contents. Then, it’s as easy as printing them off yourself!

My daughter got got a very special letter from Santa this week, she was so shocked that he wrote to her before Christmas Day this year. Isabelle grinned when Santa remarked on how well she was doing at her new school and how special and helpful she was at being such a good sister to the Twins. Best of all, he said that he had some elves building her favorite toy this year. has very affordable prices, just $3.99 for a letter and envelope. If you’d like extra goodies like an autographed photo of Santa, or a personalized ‘Nice List’ certificate – there are other packages to choose from. At there is religious form letters as well as fun ones from relatives and teachers.

Whether you are a parent wanting to put some magic into Christmas or a long-distance Grandparent wanting to do something very special for your grandchildren this year – have a look at best of all, there’s no wait time. Since you print it yourself, it can be done anytime. If you are a busy parent and tend to do remember things like this on Christmas Eve, you can even print it last minute!


Disclosure: I was provided with product to facilitate this post, opinions are my own.



  1. my neice’s first christmas, General Santa Letter 1, on Design 4 paper

  2. i would get the nice list certificate and it would be for my son who is currently on his best behavior waiting for santa. : )

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  4. I would choose the new sibling letter on the hohoho design1 paper for my daughter!

  5. I would pick the 1st Christmas for my newest granddaughter. Her brother and sisters love her so much I think they would be excited to see her get a letter from Santa and it would be cute to put in her 1st year scrapbook.

  6. I would chose letter number 3 and it would be for my son. He would love it.


  7. like the nice certificate for either one of my sons!

  8. I like the General Santa Letter 3. These are so fun. I remember writing letters to Santa when I was little! Thanks.

  9. I love this idea!! I love the magic of Santa! I would do letter 3 for one of my oldest children! How cool!

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