I LOVE Christmas, I always have, but even more so since having Baby. Last year was her first Christmas and I tried to include lots of things which will become our family traditions. One such thing was a letter from Santa. I know she was too young to appreciate it, but she will have one every year and she will be able to look back on them when she is older.
I was recently asked by Lapland Mailroom
if we would like to review one of their personalised letters from Santa.
The letters are packed full of personalised options. They even include details about your child’s friends and what they may be receiving for Christmas.
You can pick from four letters, which are written slightly differently. This means if you are buying multiple letters for siblings they won’t be identical.
Prices start from £6.95 and at the moment every letter includes a Nice Child Certificate worth £2.99. The letters are individually addressed to the child, which is a nice touch. We received the letter with activity pack, which costs £7.95. Included in the pack is:
- ‘Nice Child’ Certificate
- Elf Yourself! Activity sheet
- Christmas Eve door hanger
- Cut out and keep
- Christmas decoration
- Colouring in Christmas card
- Colouring in ‘Santa
- Stop Here! poster’
Although Baby is a little young for the activity pack, I am sure she will have fun trying to to it. Delivery is also included in the price of the letter.
Last order date for International orders – 10th December 2014
Last ordering date for European orders – 14th December 2014
Last ordering date for the UK – 20th December 2014
I love Baby’s letter, it is so personalised, which I think children will love. I also think it is great value, as I have seen basic letters from Santa costing around £5-6. There is such great attention to detail in these letters. I would recommend Lapland Mailroom to anyone looking to purchase a Santa letter.
There is now 20% off all letters ordered before 5th November using code xmaspromo14 at the checkout. Have fun shopping!
Disclosure: We were sent this letter in return for an honest review.