Five Ways to Bring Santa To Life

Growing up, I had this obsession with Santa Clause around Christmas time… I was always anxious and could hardly sleep on Christmas Eve awaiting his arrival! With technology these days, “contacting Santa” had become easier than ever! Here’s a list of five awesome ways to bring Santa to life for your kiddos… enjoy!

Five Ways to Bring Santa To Life

1.) Call Santa

If you call (951) 262-3062, your kids will be able to hear a message from a very jolly Santa. He even says to leave a message with your Christmas gift wishes and holiday cheers!

2.) Catch a Photo of Santa at Your House

With iCaughtSanta.com, you can “capture” a photo of Santa in front of your Christmas tree or house to surprise your kids with on Christmas morning.

Santa Sleeping

Use code #SantaShare to catch your own Santa or Rudolph character for FREE! Hurry though, because the code expires on December 10, 2013. Bonus: iCaughtSanta.com is giving away over $1,500 in prizes (iPad Air + Amazon, Visa or Starbucks Giftcards) to celebrate their 5th anniversary! Visit iCaughtSanta.com to enter.

3.) A Personalized Message from Santa

With Portable North Pole you can send a personalized video from Santa for the children and adults in your life! You just answer 4 easy questions and then you email it to yourself or the recipient. We do this every year and LOVE it! It’s so personal that it feels like Santa really, truly knows you!

There are premium offers available, but the free version is great!

 4.) Send your Child a Letter from Santa

“Letters From Santa” allows a parent, grandparent or anyone involved in a child’s life to mail a letter to their child from Santa himself. The letter will be postmarked from the North Pole. Here’s how to send a letter:

  • Write a letter to your child from Santa Claus and sign it “From Santa”.
  • Insert the letter into an envelope addressed to your child with the return address: Santa, North Pole.
  • Ensure a First-Class Mail stamp is affixed to the envelope.
  • Place the envelope into a larger envelope, with appropriate postage, and address the larger envelope to:

North Pole Postmark
Postmaster
4141 Postmark Dr
Anchorage, AK 99530-9998

Your “Letter From Santa” will be mailed back to your child, postmarked from the North Pole. The “Letters From Santa”must be mailed no later than December 10. Santa’s helpers in Anchorage will take care of the rest for you.

5.) Visit Santa and Take Photos

With the holiday season in full swing, Santa is visiting lots of places! Take your child on a trip to visit Santa so they can share what they want for Christmas… make sure to take pictures!

  • http://www.kimulmanis.com/ Kim

    I’m 33 and I still want to enjoy the magic of Santa. Is it weird that as an adult I want my own letter? Haha. When you don’t have kids to enjoy the holidays with you kind of have to get creative and make it fun on your own.

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  • Jen @ Virtually Vegan Mama

    These are some great ideas and I’ve never heard of some of them..I need to do this for my kids, they would love it…thanks so much! Jen