Today is National Letter Writing Day and I can’t think of a more appropriate way to celebrate than with a letter to Santa. Christmas is only 19 days away, the post office is frantic, and the North Pole is far away. So how do you make sure a letter to Santa arrives on time?
With the help of Scout Elves of course! Since they report back to the North Pole each night, it makes sense to send your letter with them, but how can such little elves fly with a big, long Christmas list in tow? They can’t.
The solution is to shrink your list down to elf size! Here’s how:
Read the book that comes in the Letters to Santa Kit so you know exactly how the magic works.
Write your letter to Santa on Santa’s Special Paper™
*Optional* – Have you Elf Pet proofread your letter to make sure you didn’t leave anything off your list!
It’s time to shrink your letter in the oven with the help of Mrs. Claus’ Magic Press.
Now that your letter is elf-sized, tie on one of the included ribbons and place it near your Scout Elf so he can take it back to the North Pole with him that night.
Marshmallow is hanging around the curtain rod today so I had to stretch a little!
Once Santa has read the letter, your Scout Elf will bring it back to you so you can hang it on your Christmas Tree as a keepsake.
This is the fastest way to get letters to Santa by far. Check out the video below to learn more about Scout Elf Express Delivers Letters to Santa.
What will you write to Santa on National Letter Writing Day?
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