Make Christmas 2020 special with Lapland Mailroom [ad]

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Alfie’s now at the age where he can open presents and he’s starting to understand Christmas. He knows Father Christmas and the reindeers and has openly been telling me what he would like this year – “Paw Patrol and orange dinosaur” – thankfully I know what he means.

With this year being so awful for so many, I’ve really tried to make it a special Christmas (much like his birthday in September, which was pretty extra by our standards). And thanks to the lovely team and Head Elf at Lapland Mailroom, I have created a beautiful personalised letter for Alfie, from Father Christmas. Not only that, but he has a certificate to say he’s on the nice list, as well as receiving a fun activity pack.

Creating your letter

Whether you’re on a desktop, laptop or mobile, creating your letter couldn’t be easier. There are three options for children, with a fourth entitled ‘Baby’s First Christmas’. I chose option 2, or ‘When dreams come true and reindeer fly…’. Each story is different, so I recommend reading the previews first, to choose the story you’d like. You can always re-select if you do change your mind.

Then comes the personalisation. The image below explains it better, but it’s basically a selection of drop-down boxes and text boxes that you need to fill in. This makes each letter personal and unique. The information you need to include is your child’s name, age and gender, as well as some other random additions – such as the toy they would like, a name of their friend, and the food & drink you left out the previous year.

Once you’ve filled in this information, you can then preview your letter. It will look exactly as it would once printed and posted – so complete with letterhead, logo and imagery – really special. Now’s the opportunity to amend any information you need to, before confirming. And it really is as simple as that!

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Activity pack & extras

For an additional £1, you can add an activity pack to your letter. The pack contains:

  • Colour-in Christmas card 
  • Christmas activity book, featuring colouring pages, Elf Yourself, and ‘Santa, please stop here’ sign

The activity pack is printed in high-quality on card and in addition to the colouring pages, there are puzzles, recipes and even an introductory letter page from Father Christmas, too. I can’t wait to make the rocky road with Alfie. Maybe it will feature in my Baking with Kids series… but there’s hours of fun to be had!

As I mentioned earlier in the post, we also got a certificate to confirm that Alfie is on the nice list this year – we don’t think Father Christmas has the right kid, but we better take his word for it! It’s a lovely accompaniment to the letter though. Oh, and there’s a big sticker too. I’m not sure where we’ll put that yet, but at least it will make Alfie smile. Every morning since he received his letter, he has asked if Father Christmas has been.

Boy holding his nice list certificate from Father Christmas

If you’d like to create a personalised letter for your child/ren, the Head Elf has given me a truly magical discount code. Enter DASHER at checkout to receive 25% off. But don’t delay, because we are almost in December and the cut-off dates are coming soon. Rest of World orders must be placed by December 10th, Europe orders must be by December 14th, while UK have a little longer and these should be placed by December 21st to ensure they arrive by Christmas!

Love, Lucy xx

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*Thank you to Bloggers Required and Head Elf Becky and the team at Lapland Mailroom for sending me a personalised letter and activity pack for review purposes. Images (unless specified) and opinions are 100% my own.

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