Snag this free letter from Santa for a newborn baby! We hope you enjoy our editable letter from Santa for a first Christmas printable in PDF!
- Use the prewritten content and personalize as much or little as needed
- A fun introduction to Christmas on a fun letterhead with cute Santa and Rudolph clip art
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Design Details of the Santa Letterhead
Decoration: A fun blue and white snowy background at top with Santa in his sleigh and Rudolph standing at ready.
Letterhead text: The top reads, "Ho ho ho, Merry Christmas" in a quirky font.
Format and/or number of pages: This is a single-page form-fillable PDF on a white background.
Editable Writing Sample
Below is the text that this letter reads, with minimum suggested sections for personalization contained in brackets.
Feel free to change as much as desired, or to use content from other sample letters from Santa with this particular letterhead.
Dearest Baby [insert newborn's name],
Oh what a beautiful bundle of joy you are!
I love seeing all the children around this time of year, but I'm especially happy to welcome the littlest ones who will get to experience the magic of Christmas for the very first time!
Mrs. Claus just added your name to the special list of children whom I deliver presents to on Christmas Eve.
You see, I have a workshop up at the North Pole, where toys for all the good little boys and girls are made. Luckily, there are lots of helpful elves who make the work fun!
I also have my trusty crew of reindeer who will pull my sleigh when it's time to travel to all the children's houses. There's Rudolph, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen. You might catch Rudolph's bright red nose guiding me through the starry night!
It's almost time to get ready to visit you! I can't wait to share the magic of the holidays when I stop by. Until then, may your first Christmas be filled with the best kind of magic - the love of all those around you.
At the bottom right is Yours truly, and Santa Claus' signature.
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