Letter from Santa and the Lapland Mailroom (review)

Here at the Flash House, we are starting to gear up for the festive season. I can’t mention the C word yet but we are definitely looking forward to it.

I was therefore delighted when Nicola and the elves at Lapland Mailroom asked me to review their personalised letters from Santa. I already can’t wait for them to arrive so that I can give them to the girls!

The process is exceptionally easy. You log onto Lapland Mailroom and click on order a letter. The website is very user friendly and it was so easy to order ours.

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The Lapland Mailroom offer 3 different packages:

  • A personalised letter from Santa or Father Christmas – £6.95
  • A personalised letter and an activity pack – £7.95
  • A personalised Baby’s First Christmas letter – £6.95

for a limited time, all of the above include a FREE nice child certificate.

These magical letters come in 4 different varieties, each as lovely as the other. The letters come addressed direct to the child via Royal Mail and is guaranteed for delivery before Chrismas.

To personalise your letter, there is a simple form to complete with drop down selection and typed boxes

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I cannot wait to get our letters next week and shall post a follow up blog once we have received them.

And now for the REALLY exciting bit….

You can win a personalised letter from Santa and activity pack for your child. Simply LEAVE A COMMENT ON THE BLOG TELLING US YOUR FAVOURITE PART OF CHRISTMAS
and a winner will be chosen at random to receive that special letter before Christmas (providing they are on the good list of course 😀)

terms and conditions
1. The competition closes at 8pm on Friday 24th October 2014
2. A winner will be chosen at random and notified by Saturday 25th October 2014
3. The prize will be sent directly from the Lapland Mailroom. Please see their website for posting dates

I was sent these letters from Santa free of charge for the purpose of this review. All costs can be found on the Lapland mailroom website as indicated above. Photo credits from this post are from the Lapland mailroom website. All views and thoughts are my own and have not been influenced in any way.

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39 thoughts on “Letter from Santa and the Lapland Mailroom (review)

  1. Elizabeth (Liz) Briggs says:

    I love everything about Christmas – Spending time with family, giving gifts, decorations, lights, panto and all our birthdays are near Christmas so its even more exciting (and expensive 🙂 thank you for the giveaway x

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  2. Rebecca Major says:

    My fave part is usually the morning around the tree with all the family as we open presents and have a bacon buttie or something alike. But this year will be different, first year in our own new home as a family so the whole day will be extra special 🙂

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  3. Rebecca Duncan says:

    Since having my little boy, its seeing him get excited by all the ‘magic’ that surrounds Christmas….the lights, Father Christmas, the decorations and the presents of course…..i love being able to create new family Christmas traditions with him 🙂

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  4. NICOLA MACDONALD says:

    My favourite part of Christmas is Christmas Eve. I love the anticipation and excitement. I leave out mince pies and milk for Santa and carrots for Rudolph. Christmas really is the most wonderful time of the year. ⛄️🎅🎄🎁

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  5. sam bailey says:

    Has to be the wrapping, i adore putting xmas songs on, a warm house, fairy lights twinkling and me with an abundance of paper and bows all over knowing people will love what i got them

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  6. tina Hewitt says:

    I love everything about Christmas but the very best for me is seeing my granddaughter Maisie get more &more excited then watching her open all her presents…just beautiful to see

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  7. Emma says:

    I love everything about Christmas but the bit I get excited about most is 1st December as it’s the day I always put my tree up. I kick the other half out the house for the day and me and my daughter decorate our tree with the Christmas songs playing in the back ground and cookies in the oven. It’s everything I love about Christmas x

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  8. Karen Barrett says:

    I enjoy the pre christmas activities with my family as much as the big day itself, choosing the christmas tree making mincepies for the freezer putting up the outdoor lights.

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  9. Kim Murphy says:

    Sparkling – not from the decorations, but from the eyes,
    the warmth – not from the fire, but the heart.
    The Cheers – not from the toast, but the voice,
    the kisses – not from under the mistletoe, but from your child.

    That’s my favourite part of Christmas 🙂

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  10. Maria Jane Knight says:

    I simply love seeing my little boys face on christmas morning when he see’s that Father Christmas has been….there really isnt anything more magical and heartwarming!

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  11. Georgie Aronin says:

    Christmas Eve as the street all meet up at the end of the Cul de Sac to sing carols and the kids get a special visit from Santa.

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  12. Cheryl says:

    I love letting the kids decorate the tree, I love letting them put reindeer food out on the path the night before, I love the “smell” of christmas, the togetherness and making memories that will last a life time x

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  13. Sarah Ballantyne says:

    I love christmas eve afternoon. The presents are wrapped, the food is part-prepared and we can all cuddle up on the sofa to watch a cheesy xmas film.

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