Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Printable Santa Letters Review and Giveaway

I love Christmas and it has become even more memorable now that I have my two children to share it with. There is nothing like seeing the joy in a child's eyes when they learn about Santa Clause. Big J now gets that Santa is wonderful (and brings presents) and I love to create great memories for her. Thanks to Family Review Network I got to review Printable Santa Letters from Printable Santa Letters .Com which will give me another special thing to share with my girls.

About Printable Santa Letters

PrintableSantaLetters.com was started by two moms with young kids. Their goal is to make it easy for parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and teachers to share the magic of Santa Claus with children. They offer a fast, easy and affordable way for anyone to become one of Santa's elves.

Simply choose the text of your letter and a background image (6 images to choose from). Then fill in the blanks. You'll be shown a preview of your Santa letter, which you can approve, or you can go back and try another letter or design. It just takes a few minutes.

Once you're satisfied, you can choose one of their three Santa letter packages, from the basic package with just a letter and an envelope for only $3.99, or one of our larger packages that include extra goodies such as a personalized Nice List Certificate or an autographed photo of Santa. You'll receive a link to instantly download your products and then you can print them right from your computer. It's easy, fun, and will save you money over the full-service Santa letter sites.

My Thoughts: The fact that I had my item right away was great and I also have the option to print more in case something happens. You simply fill out the easy questionnaire and then save and print. You can also choose from 6 designs which is nice and there are a few different choices of letters. I choose the New Sibling Letter for Big J since this will be Little J’s first Christmas and I know Big J will get a kick out of the letter mentioning her sister. I also liked that you got to choose a gift that “Santa” mentions in the letter. I am also thinking of creating the First Christmas Letter for Little J.

Here are some of the items I created for Big J, but shhhhh don't tell her.


Buy it:
The letters can be purchased and downloaded online and printed from your computer. There are three packages to choose from, the smallest package is$3.99, the next is $6.99 and the largest is $8.99. Once you have purchased your letters you can immediately download the templates and print them off or you can later access them from the website using the letter retrieval on the side. An email with your download links will also be sent to you so you can print them at any time.

Win it:
 One lucky reader is going to win the same printable Santa letters package that I reviewed (the large package)! This giveaway will begin on Nov. 16 and end on Nov. 22. This giveaway is open worldwide. The winner will be chosen via random.org and notified by email and have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen.

Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment telling me who the letters would be for.

Additional Entries (leave a comment for each):

Follow The Trials of Big J & Little J on GFC (1 entry) (If you already follow just comment that you do)

Subscribe to The Trials of Big J & little J (1 entry) (If you already subscibe just comment that you do)

Tell me a tradition that you do for Christmas. We bake a cake for baby Jesus.

 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. First comment: my letters would be for my two daughters, ages 6 and 3, whom are so excited about Christmas this year!

  2. Second comment: Well, I don't know if this counts because I've been following you for a while now, but I do follow you! :)

  3. Third comment: We have a few traditions, actually. First, during Thanksgiving break we always get our tree and *try* to set up our Christmas decorations (I say try because you never know how long anything takes when you have kids, right?) We watch The Polar Express and How The Grinch Stole Christmas (the one with Jim Carey) a couple of times during the next weeks and for Christmas Eve. Also, we bake a birthday cake for Jesus and wish him Happy Birthday for Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.