The ornament comes with a letter “From Santa’s Desk,” personalized with child’s name, up to 10 characters, gender, hometown and state, up to 40 characters, and family members, up to 40 characters. Letter comes in an envelope addressed from the North Pole.
Dear (child's name),
Ho, ho, ho! All of us at the North Pole want to wish you and (your sister/brother/mother/father/etc.) a Merry Christmas. It's my favorite time of the year again, stringing the trees with twinkling lights and the smell of baking Christmas cookies. Rudolph and I are gearing up for our yearly flight around the world. The first stop on my list is (name of child's town). I am always checking my list, sometimes even twice, trying to find out who’s been naughty or nice. And you'll be pleased to know, my list shows that you have been a very good (boy/girl) this year and have been kind to all your friends. That makes Rudolph and I very happy. It's been very busy here getting ready for Christmas. The elves have been working extra hard in the workshop building lots of toys. They even told me that they have made a very special toy just for you. So on Christmas Eve go to sleep on time, because I only visit boys and girls who are fast asleep in their beds. I have to go now so that I can get back to packing my sleigh. I don't want to leave any gifts behind! P.S. The reindeer and I will try not to wake you up when we land on your roof and if it isn't any trouble could you please leave us cookies and milk?
Santa and Rudolph