Curious how you can get a free printable letter from Santa that is personal and postmarked from The North Pole? Print out the free stationery (or pre-written letter), then follow the directions below.
Every Christmas season my children write letters to Santa in hopes that all their Christmas morning dreams will come true. This year our letters will go out after Thanksgiving, but the difference between this year and years past is that my kids will be getting a personalized letter back from Santa.
How To Get A Letter From Santa
Have you been wondering how your children can get a letter from Santa in the mail? Fortunately, it’s really simple plus it’s 100% free!
The USPS has a really fun program called Greetings from the North Pole. They take a letter that you have written for your child (from Santa) and then send it back in an envelope postmarked from the North Pole. How fun is that?
Maker sure to check out my free printable Letter to Santa templates here.
Related: The Lazy Mom’s Guide to Elf on the Shelf
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To start, have your child write a letter to Santa and then mail it off to this address that has been provided by the USPS. Yes, it’s a very simple address.
Instructions for Mailing your Letter From Santa
- Write a letter to your child from Santa.
- Put it in an envelope that is addressed to your child.
- Make sure that the return address says Santa, North Pole.
- Don’t forget to include postage!
- Put your envelope into a larger envelope and then address it to:
NORTH POLE POSTMARK
4141 POSTMARK DR
ANCHORAGE AK 99530-9998
Once again, make sure that you’ve included postage on both envelopes.
The USPS recommends that your letter be mailed no later than December 7th so that it is received in time to return it to your child by Christmas.
How To Write A Letter From Santa
In order for your letter from Santa to look and feel more authentic, I recommend typing it in Word, using a fancy font, and then printing it on this stationary. That way, you don’t have to attempt to disguise the handwriting.
Try to make your letter as personal as possible. Answer questions that your child asked Santa in their letter and then ask them questions as well.
If you have an Elf on the Shelf, make sure to ask about him/her too.
Read Also: Free Printable Letter to Santa Templates
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Make sure to write about all the good things that your child has done throughout the year and any special kindness that they have shown to others.
Remember, you can print this stationery as many times as you’d like, so don’t worry about making a mistake.
Letter from Santa Claus Printable Stationery
To get your Letter from Santa Claus, just click on any of the three photos below and it will take you to an automatic download.
Free Printable Letter From Santa Claus
If you’re not interested in creating your own personalized letter from Santa, I’ve also included a pre-written letter that can be printed.
Have a wonderful Christmas! If this is something you think your friends and family would enjoy, please share on social media.
I cannot download the pre printed letter!
Christina Mott says
I just fixed it! Thanks for letting me know!