Disguising your paper, handwriting and diction is one of the easiest ways to craft a letter that appears to be from Santa Claus. It is also helpful to prepare a draft of your letter before writing the final version.Continue Reading
Slide a wet tea bag across the piece of paper you plan to use for your letter, and then allow it to dry. As the paper dries, be sure to weigh down the edges; this keeps the paper from curling. In the end, your paper should come out a rustic shade of brown.
On a separate piece of paper, outline what you want to say in your letter. Make a list of vocabulary words Santa Claus is likely to use and determine where to incorporate those words into your draft. Consider words and phrases such as "jolly," "merry," and "Ho! Ho! Ho!"
When you write the official letter, you want to do your best to alter your handwriting so that the reader won't identify or recognize it as yours. Practice this by changing the typical size, shape and position of your lettering. Simple tactics include thickening your lines and writing slower than you normally would.
After practicing your Santa Claus font, copy the text from your drafted letter onto your stained paper. Take your time.
The U.S. Postal Service states that a child may simply address their letter to Santa Claus, North Pole. This is part of the guidelines for the Postal Service's "Operation Santa/Letters to Santa" program.Full Answer >
Some places to send a letter to Santa Claus include the United States Post Office postmaster in Anchorage, Alaska, the Santa Claus House at North Pole, Alaska, and the Santa Claus Museum in Santa Claus, Indiana. Children who send letters by a specified date receive a reply from Santa Claus.Full Answer >
Use the phrase “ho, ho, ho,” and speak with a deep, low pitch to sound like Santa Claus. The speaker’s message should be cheerful, optimistic and jolly. Topics of conversation include the North Pole, elves, gifts, judgment of behavior and cookies.Full Answer >
Unfortunately, Santa Claus is a fictional character that has evolved based on an old Dutch folklore character named Sinterklaas. The mythical Santa Claus character, often called St. Nick, is said to live in the North Pole and ride around on a sleigh on Christmas Eve giving children presents.Full Answer >