Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Santa Letters

Santa JokesI have a treat for my 10 of my wonderful GivingNSharing readers.... compliments of Santa and http://www.easyfreesantaletter.com). Since we are already into the 2nd week of December (!!!) I'm going to make this fast and fun - the first 10 people to tell me a favorite memory that they have from Christmas when they were child will get a handy code for a FREE Santa Letter to your child(ren)!
Letters from Santa (www.easyfreesantaletter.com), provides parents a simple way to create beautiful, personalized letters from Santa that can be printed instantly. Available in both a free and low-cost Magical Package version ($3.99) ,

Did I say personalized? That is an understatement! In addition to 16 gorgeous Letter designs, there are 13 highly personalized messages! 
The Letters are full of special details only Santa could know, and address a multitude of worries that little ones might have.

Santa eases the concerns of children that Santa won’t find them because they will be on vacation at Christmas time, because they have moved that year, or even because they don’t have a chimney. Santa soothes the little hearts of children whose families are living apart, or who have military family members that can’t make it home for Christmas. Santa even addresses specific gift requests, celebrates the little one’s big accomplishments, and commemorates Baby’s First Christmas.
In addition to these very special Letters from Santa, when you purchase a Magical Letter from Santa, it comes as part of a package which includes 2 envelopes, a lovely personalized printable Official Nice List Certificate (spectacular when printed out on heavy paper),  a beautiful printable autographed photo from old St. Nick himself, and a 27-page printable Coloring & Activity Book!

But that's not all...this year they have added a set of 16 adorable printable Christmas Lunchbox Jokes!

To sweeten the deal, they even have extra freebies on their website... from jokes, to printable gift tags and labels, to coloring pages, as well as an awesome Free printable Official Letter to Santa! It is perfect for your little people to write or draw their biggest wishes to the big guy himself!

Elf on the Shelf. Tire Swing.  love it!!Here's what you need to do if you'd like to get not ONE but TWO free letters from Santa! 
1) Share your (that's mom/dad or Grandma/Grandpa) FAVORITE Christmas memory from when you were a child. Please tell us how old you were and if you're brave enough the year it happened (lol).
2) I will send the first 10 people a code by email - you will need to SAVE this code for both letters 1 and 2! (Put it in a very safe place where a mischievous elf can't get to it!)
3) There is a handy BOGO offer available too~ all you need to do is sign up for our newsletter on their website homepage, and you will get a free coupon code for their second Magical Letter from Santa Package!

So..... get ready & share your favorite memory NOW - I'll send out the codes on Friday or Saturday (or sooner if I get 10 people before then!)

Almost forgot:

PLEASE put your email like this: familyliteracy2(at)gmail OR put your FB page so I can message you about your codes! 


  1. My favorite memory was when i was 6 and I wanted a bike oh so badly. well that xmas morning when I woke up I was sad to not see the bike I had wanted, after we were all done opening presents we heard a knock at the door my brother and i jumped up to see santa there with 2 new bikes one for me and one for him!!! best xmas ever. cant wait to do the same tradition with my little guy now. wigglepuss@hotmail.com

  2. We always went to my grandparents house on Christmas eve then when we came back to town we looked at all the Christmas lights then went to midnight mass and the next morning santa came we all would sit around and I would pass out presents then we went to my uncles and hung with the cousins the best part was spending it with family

  3. My favorite memory was spending it with my grandparents as my parents didnt believe in doing Christmas I got to experience it at my grandparents house. The night before I got to open a gift I was so excited new pj's then when I woke up there was gifts under the tree and to my surprise they had my name on them. We enjoyed milk and cookies and it was such a magical time for me one I will never forget.

  4. My favorite memory is when I was at my grandparents house around the ago of 7 or 8. I would sneak downstairs to a non-decorated house to find a tree, presents, and a room full of decorations.

  5. My favorite memory was going to Haiti with my family giving so many gift to people there


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