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A Touch Of Santa Magic With Lapland Letters

There is nothing more magical than Christmas through a child's eyes. This year Oliver is 5 so he is fully embracing all the Christmas traditions and is amazed by all the festive magic. For the first time he was able to sit down and write his letter to Santa all by himself, he carefully wrote every letter and included a beautiful drawing. He excitedly skipped down to the post office with me, asked for the stamp and paid for it himself then popped it into the postbox .

Since he had taken  so much pride and care with his letter I wanted to make sure he received a very special reply from the Big Man himself! I was delighted when Lapland Letters got in touch and asked if we would like to receive one of their special replies from Santa!

The letter arrived addressed to Oliver in a very official looking bespoke Lapland stamped envelope. Inside there was a whole pack of goodies including a personalised letter, a good list certificate, riendeer food, Santa map and colouring activities.

The personalised  letter is printed on beautiful quality Lapland paper for a real authentic look. It includes special details like your child's name, age, town, their request from Santa and best friends name. You can also add your own special message too.

Oliver has been constantly ask me if he will be on Santa's good list this year so I think the Good Child List certificate will be a huge hit with him. It's printed on the same good quality paper and personalised with your child's name. It's the little attention to detail that make it look really special.

The Secret Santa Map and riendeer food add a special touch. The map looks so authentic and the Riendeer food is beautiful packed by Mrs Clause. Just remember if you are putting out any riendeer food that contains glitter to put it on a saucer rather sprinkle it outside as the glitter is harmful to wildlife!

I've carefully resealed the letter ready to pop into Olivers Christmas Eve Box. The letter, certificate and riendeer food is sure to create a spark of Christmas magic and the activity sheets are ideal to keep him occupied for a while. I can't wait to see his little face light up when he opens it.

If your looking for a truly special letter from Santa to create a little Christmas magic then  Lapland Letters is the place to go.

* This post was written in partnership with Lapland Letters. As always all opinions are my own. 

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