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Our family absolutely loves Christmas. It’s, without a doubt, our favourite time of the year. And a big part of that is the Christmas magic that comes with believing. Seeing the children put the mince pie out for Father Christmas and sprinkle reindeer food in the garden on a frosty Christmas Eve. Seeing their eyes light up when they hear bells ring and seeing their faces on Christmas morning, knowing that Father Christmas really did come and leave gifts just for them.
We are holding onto that magic for as long as possible but I know that we are on the cusp of LP no longer believing. She’s off to secondary school next year which I know comes with it a lot of change and so this year I wanted to make sure we put as much magic into Christmas as we possibly could – so we enlisted the help of Lapland Letters!
Who are Lapland Letters?
Lapland Letters create magical personalised letters from Santa Claus – or Father Christmas as we always call him in our house. They aim to make Christmas more ‘Fantastical’ than ever and produce one of a kind Santa letters that are really well personalised for every child. There’s nothing generic about them.
What are Lapland Letters?
Lapland Letters come in a range of different designs, with many original letters to choose from. This means that siblings, friends or cousins could all have different letters, showing that Father Christmas really did write a personalised letter just for them.
Each year the Lapland Letters elves update all the letters, adding new and enchanting Christmas stories, making sure that every letter from Santa is beautifully designed and presented and has an authentic Lapland look and feel. When it comes to letters from Father Christmas, Lapland Letters are the real deal.
Ordering Lapland Letters
Now, I don’t want to spoil the magic, but Father Christmas needs information to be able to send letters to the children. Each letter needs a form filled out with things like whether you call him Santa or Father Christmas, how old the child is, their best friend’s name and what they’d like for Christmas. You can even include a special message which will really show the children how well Father Christmas knows them and how much he cares about them too.
How are Lapland Letters delivered?
Lapland Letters are posted to the children’s parents. Inside the envelope are sealed Lapland Letters for the children. These are in a special Lapland envelope with a Lapland postal stamp, ready to be left on the doormat for the children to find. You can also choose to include extra gifts like a bumper activity pack, a personalised chocolate bar, reindeer food, cookie mix and so much more!
What is the Lapland Letters Santa bumper activity pack?
You can add a bumper activity pack, full of festive activities that really add to the Christmas magic. This includes a colour in door hanger, puzzles, a postcard from Santa, a Stop Here sign, an elf in training poster and an elf invitation. Plus, as an Early Bird Offer you get a personalised Good Child Certificate, Countdown to Christmas poster and a Christmas Santa Treat Sheet for free.
What did we think of Lapland Letters?
LP and Little Man found their Lapland Letters on the doormat one morning when they got up. They saw their names and address on the envelopes, saw the Lapland stamp and got excited immediately. As soon as they pulled everything out from inside they were engrossed and it was simply magical.
LP gasped and said it’s a letter from Father Christmas! She was so surprised as we hadn’t written our letters to Father Christmas yet, she thought he was obviously being super organised this year. Little Man shouted out that his best friend was in the Christmas letter too – and he’d also made it onto the Good List this year. He was so excited for his friend and, as it’s a fairly new friend, he wondered how Father Christmas knew about him. Well, Father Christmas knows everything!
They both loved their little personalised messages on their letters – with Father Christmas telling Little Man that he hears so many of his random facts all the way in Lapland and that he can’t believe that LP is off to secondary school next year. How did she get so big?! The letters are beautiful and something lovely to keep and treasure too.
The activities in the activity pack are fantastic and our deliveries included reindeer food and Santa’s Magical Wishing Stars too. Everything is so well made – on good quality paper and card. The nice list certificate has their name on, written in beautiful script and it all really does look like it’s come straight from Lapland. It’s so authentic and, even as an adult, it’s hard not to get caught up in the festive spirit and the magic of Christmas when you read the letters.
How much are Lapland Letters?
Lapland Letters are just £5.95 per letter, including free delivery. Plus, the Bumper Activity pack is only an extra £2.95. I think this is great value and a lovely treat for over the festive season that really would help to keep the magic going. You can find out more and order over on the Lapland Letters website.
I have teamed up with Lapland Letters to give away a magic letter bundle to one lucky reader. One family will win a magical Christmas delivery for each of their children – up to five children in total. Each child will receive their own big bundle of exciting Christmas activities, a personalised Santa letter and certificate from Santa, plus an invitation to join the Lapland Elf Club, all delivered in a beautiful, bright red envelope complete with Lapland postmark!
To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, just complete one or more entries on the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!