Can you tell I’m getting excited about Christmas? With only mere weeks to go, it’s coming round fast and I thought it was about time the boys knew that Santa Claus was going to start watching them much more closely.
I know they’re still pretty young and really have no idea but I still love to, and want to, make Christmas a really magical time for them. I absolutely adore Christmas, it’s my absolute favourite time of the year and I want it to be something special for us as a family
So with that, what better way than to prepare early? Santa Claus and his elves are obviously working very hard in the North Pole and work throughout the year, so maybe it’s time we got Christmas going a little bit earlier. (Any excuse, hey?)
One thing I love is letters from the big man himself and Magic Santa Letter provides some of the highest quality letters on the market for children. No matter where you are in the world, no matter how fortunate, or not, you are these letters bring magic to so many children, and adults, around the world.
When the boys received their Magic Santa Letter through the post, I loved the envelope straight away. While not overly festive, the stamps on the bottom got me excited enough (for the boys obviously). They appeared completely authentic, apart from the Royal Mail sticker but Santa needs to get them delivered somehow.
I chose to get the boys a ‘Truly Magical’ Santa Letter each, costing £7.99 per letter, and they each basically have the whole package; a high quality ‘scroll effect’ letter, magical reindeer food, a ‘good child’ certificate, a door hanger asking Santa to ‘stop here’ as well as two double sided Christmas colouring sheets.
The letter itself is keepsake material and I love the scroll effect; I think it just adds more authenticity to Santa Claus being real, especially as he’s signed it at the bottom along with an official ‘North Pole’ seal. The contents of the letter can be fully personalised for £1 more and you’ll be able to write out a whole letter of your choosing. Alternatively you can have it partially personalised where you fill in boxes such as name, gender, gift they’d love at Christmas and their home town
The reindeer food comes in a really sweet little brown pouch with a reindeer printed on the front and there’s just the right amount in there to sprinkle at the door on Christmas Eve. The Magic Santa Letter door hanger is really good quality and the colouring sheets are the perfect size so that the kids don’t get bored with colouring them in. The ‘good child’ certificate isn’t personalised but as it comes with the letter I don’t see any issues with this and I think it’s a really lovely extra.
Other options include £3.99 for a Magic Santa Letter without all the frills, and there’s also Baby’s First Christmas letter which comes with magical reindeer food and a ‘good child’ certificate. I think for the quality of the letter, and the contents provided with each one, that the prices are unbelievably reasonable.
Delivery is really quick and ours came within a couple of days. You can choose to have your Magic Santa Letter sent immediately, or you can have it dispatched from Tuesday 1st November and then every Monday right up until the 19th December which is the last posting date.
Without a doubt I would highly recommend Magic Santa Letter especially if you’re wanting to get yourself, and the kids, in the Christmas spirit. Or if you just want them to behave!
You can now get 30% OFF using the code RTR30OFF – offer expires 18th December 2016.
It’s worth noting that you can only order one letter at a time. This is due to the delivery details requested at the checkout.
Do you get letters for your children from Santa? Have they had them in the past? Or if it’s baby’s first Christmas are you going to get them a little keepsake like this?
*I received the Magic Santa Letter products in return for this review. All views and opinions are my own. Affiliate codes are contained within this post.