Last Christmas the kids and I put together a letters to Santa playdate with the help of Oriental Trading Co. It was a hit to say the least! We decorated Christmas tree bookmarks, had green grinch white chocolate cocoa, made chocolate dipped hot cocoa spoons and wrote letters to Santa!
I decorated the table with a green plastic (and recyclable) tablecloth for easy clean up. The holiday centerpieces were super cute and added to the fun holiday decor. I absolutely love the cheery Santa holiday plates and paper hot cocoa cups. The hot cocoa cups were perfect for kids with the little paper handle!
Painting Paris Pink designed these precious Santa letter templates for our readers to print out and use! They also include an adorable North Pole mailing label. Have your kiddos print out the santa letter template and north pole labels and write their letter to Santa.
Ella, Annie and Evan used holiday stampers and crayons to decorate their letters to Santa. They also decorated the envelopes too! After the kids were done writing and decorating their letters to Santa, we sealed the envelopes and addressed them to the North Pole! GUESS WHAT!? There is actually a place you can send your kids letters to get the official North Pole return mailing stamp!
You can also find the color your own letter to Santa worksheets at Oriental Trading.
Get the full details here on where to mail your letters to Santa and how to get a reply (it’s FREE!). Check out how to make the chocolate dipped hot cocoa spoons and don’t forget to print your free letter to Santa template with mailing labels.