Last month my mom found an old letter that Santa had left me when I was very young. (Check out this picture of it that I posted on Instagram.) It was beautifully written in red calligraphy and was made to look as though it were on aged paper. I had no memory of receiving it when I was little, but it made me SO happy to see it now as an adult.
And of course it made me want to have Santa leave my children a special note. Problem is I don’t know calligraphy and there’s no way I’m going to successfully dye paper to look like it’s old (trust me on that one.). So I hopped onto the computer one night and created my own version of Santa’s Stationery – some letterhead and a thank you note from the big man in red. (Hey – when you’re important, you definitely have custom stationery.)
You can download the free Santa Stationery Printables near the end of this post! They’re super cute and will lend some authenticity to any note Santa might leave your little one(s) – even if you don’t know calligraphy!
After I printed my letterhead and thank you notes out, I tried to write all fancy like Santa would. It looked ridiculous. I’m not even going to show you the full note. Womp womp.
I was much better at checking the boxes on the thank you note. (But even my x’s look a little sloppy.)
I might have to re-print and try again later.
Click if you’d like to download a free set of Santa’s thank you notes.
And if you’d like to download Santa’s letterhead, do it right here.No matter what you end up writing in your letter, or what boxes you end up checking, I hope you and your loved ones have a wonderful and magical Christmas together. Enjoy the time spent in each other’s company and make memories that you will cherish for a lifetime. I know I will be doing that. (And then I will be practicing my calligraphy.)
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