Free Santa Letter Printable

I'm still plotting and planning for our Letters to Santa Party and I've been trying to figure out a way to make some nice stationery with the girls that will be pretty, but simple enough for them to make by themselves. I bought some watercolours and some watercolour paper a while back and I have been itching to try it out. My intention was to use it to create a nice backdrop for our Winter Nature table... which is looking a little bit sad and bare right now... but I haven't had time to sit down and design that just yet.

I did, however, pick up some festive foam stamps (like these)in a discount store last week which I'm sure we'll use endlessly over the coming weeks and, over the weekend, I had an idea to try some watercolour stamping to see if it was something I could do easily with the girls.

I had never tried it before, and I wasn't sure if it would work, but, as it turns out it DOES work and it was quick and easy to do too! I was having so much fun playing around with it that I thought I'd put together a little printable for you to use with your children if you haven't already written and posted your special letters.

I used some blue paint and a snowflake shaped stamp to make a header and I added some stars - which are actually silver stickers in real life, but which I re-coloured because they came out black in the scan - and some text. I hand-painted the simple boarder, which is why it's a bit...um... uneven...
You can print it by clicking on this image and saving it or you can download the pdf by clicking HERE!

It should go without saying that this letter is intended for personal use ONLY!

I hope you like it.

Now I can't wait to see what the girls come up with when I let them loose!

4 comments

  1. Love it! I'll need to print about 20; I've one little girl who is writing (a completely different) letter every day :-)

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    1. Oh goodness! Sounds like she has a long list! I can't wait to commit my girls' lists to paper. The verbal ones go on forever, poor Santa will have some job!

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  2. Love it! We might use this at the weekend, I like the fact that there is not too much writing space.... might contain the ever expanding wishes of a little four year old ;0) Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks Naomi, I hear ya on the ever expanding wishes!

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