Dear Santa: Free Printable Santa Paper


Free Printable Santa Paper!

Below are links to free printable letters to Santa, letters from Santa, and other free printable Christmas themed stationary. You will also find links for letters to Santa kits and stationary to be purchased.

Please be advised that I have not personally printed or used any of the free products below and therefore cannot comment on the quality of the printed product.

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Please scroll for letters TO Santa, Wish Lists, and Christmas Stationery.

*Letter FROM Santa Free Printable @ Over the Big Moon
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*Free Printable Letter FROM Santa Paper @ Seven Thirty Three
Free Letter from Santa (seven thirty three)

*Free Letter FROM Santa @ Living Locurto
Free Printable Santa Letter (Living Locurto)

*Special Delivery FROM Santa Label/Tag @ The Life of the Party Co
Special Delivery from Santa Tag (The Life of the Party)

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*Letter to Santa Free Printable @ The Crafting Chicks
“I made a version for both younger and older kids. Since little ones write using pictures, I made one with a place to draw a picture. I also made an older kids version with more lines for writing.”
(The download link for this one doesn’t always work, but give it a try!)
Letters to Santa Printable (The Crafting Chicks)

*Free Dear Santa Stationery @ Pizzazzerie
Pizzazzerie Free Dear Santa Stationery

*Free Letter to Santa Printable with envelope @ Paper Couture Dubai
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*Free Printable Letter to Santa @ Wink Design
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*Letter to Santa Free Christmas Printable @ Uncommon Design
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*Macy’s Believe 2010- Santa’s Post Office

The Macy’s website has free printable stationary that you can use for your letter to Santa. You can also create your letter on their website and “draw” on the letter and add “stickers” before you print it out…what fun! There’s also a free Activity Guide and School Toolkit.

*Wish List / Letter to Santa Free Printable by Anders and Ruff @ Tip Junkie
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*Letters to Santa – Note to the North Pole @ MarthaStewart.com

”We’re sure your family’s on his nice list, but how will Santa know just what to get everyone this year? Print out one of our four wish list templates — one for boys, girls, pets, and grown-ups — and mail it to the North Pole. You can print our letter and fill it out yourself, or type right in our PDF before printing, then mail it to Santa.”

*Free Printable Letter to Santa @ Family Fun

Here’s an adorable “Dear Santa” letter that you can print out for your letter to Santa. You can also find free printable Christmas Wish Lists here.

*Christmas Wish Lists Letters To Santa @ Youth Online

Print out these free letters to Santa. You can fill in the blanks or write your own using the free printable designs. Plus lots of other resources available in the Christmas nook

*Write a letter to Santa @ Family Fun

This free Dear Santa letter folds over like a card. Print it or download the pdf.

*Dear Santa Letter Template @ Do to Learn

*Letter to Santa

A free printable “Dear Santa” letter from Parents.com.

*Letters to Santa (ChristmasTimeClipart) @ ChristmastimeClipart.com

Print a letter to Santa (fill in the blanks)

*Christmas Printable Wish List @ Christmas-Projects.com

Print these Santa lists out for the youngsters to write all of their wishes

*Letter To Santa

PDF printable

*Free printable Christmas Letter

Will prompt you to print right away, but you can decline (not downloadable)

*Santa Paper (PaperSnowflakes.com)

*Dear Santa Letters (ChristmasIsComing.co.uk)

*Write a Letter to Santa! @ Disney.go.com

*Christmas Activity Placemat

*Dear Santa Letter Template

*Letters to Santa Stationary Page (MultiMediaDesignBySandy)

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*Christmas Writing Paper @ Activity Village
This site also includes free printable Christmas money envelopes and paper with angels and doves.

*Santa Pictures to print and color

*Free Christmas Stationary and Letterhead (PreK-8.com)

*Christmas Stationary

*Free Printable Christmas Stationary (PrintStationery.net)

*Stationary in Letter Size (GraphicGarden.com)

*Free Printable Christmas Stationary (MintPrintables.com)

*FreePrintableStationery.net – Holiday

*Free Printable Christmas Stationary @ Pinkwool.com

*Free Printable Christmas Writing Paper Stationery

Please be advised that I have not personally purchased or used any of the products below and therefore cannot comment on the quality of the product or reliability of the company. Also, any prices listed are obviously subject to change at anytime causing the amount written here to be different. As always please use caution when purchasing products online.

Santa and Christmas Stationary TO BUY


*Official Letter to Santa Kit – Set of 4 by Chickabug: The kit includes: 4 5″x7″, 4 handmade pre-addressed labels, 4 bright red envelopes.


*Write to Santa Kit $14.95: Inspire the true giving spirit of Christmas with this lovely holiday kit. Naughty or nice, all children will be eager to write a letter to Santa with this irresistible new kit filled with stationery, a self-inking stamp, storybook, stickers, and more!

If you know of other free printable Christmas paper for letters to Santa please let me know in the comment section below so that I can update the list! Thanks!

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The tradition of Writing a Letter to Santa (Coolest Family on the Block)How to mail a letter to Santa at the North PoleEmail a Letter to Santa


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On JennRian.com: Christmas traditions with Joe Boxer pajamas from Kmart


Joe Boxer pajamas from Kmart have been a part of our family Christmas traditions for many years, so I’m excited to share this sponsored post with you over on JennRian.com. Please click the image below to see how my family chooses to #ShowYourJoe and watch a new video where my son, Jonny, completely upstages me with his cuteness!

Show Your Joe with Joe Boxer Pajamas from Kmart

10 Ideas for Your #Christmas #Pajamas #Tradition (Coolest Family on the Block)

December Christmas Traditions


Fun Family Christmas Holiday Traditions for December

December is the month for holiday traditions! Coolest Family on the Block has your family Christmas tradition needs covered from Christmas Pajamas, to Ugly Christmas Sweaters, to proof of Santa’s existence, and so much more!

Christmas Traditions

Christmas Book Countdown Advent
Christmas Book Countdown Advent

Christmas Morning Tradition: Gift Wrap Doorway
Christmas Morning Tradition: Gift Wrap Doorway

10 Ideas For Your Christmas Pajamas Tradition
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Ugly Christmas Sweaters

Ugly Christmas Sweater Tradition
Ugly Christmas Sweater Tradition (Coolest Family on the Block

Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest Rules
Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest Rules

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Ugly Christmas Sweater Competition Tradition (Coolest Family on the Block)

Ugly Christmas Sweaters 2011
Ugly Christmas Sweater Tradition

Santa Proof

Santa Proof: Photos of Santa in your home!
Photos of Santa in your home!

Santa Proof: Santa’s Magical Sooty Bootprints
Santa Proof: Santa leave sooty boot prints

Santa Proof: Phone Calls from Santa
Santa Proof: Phone Calls from Santa

Santa Proof: Watch Santa feed his reindeer!
Watching Santa feed his reindeer

Dear Santa

Make Writing a Letter to Santa a Tradition
The tradition of Writing a Letter to Santa (Coolest Family on the Block)

How to Mail a Letter to Santa at the North Pole
How to mail a letter to Santa at the North Pole

Free Printable Santa Paper
Free Printable Santa Paper!

How to Email a Letter to Santa
Email a Letter to Santa

Fun Family Christmas Holiday Traditions for December

What are some of your family’s December traditions?
Let me know in the comments!


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Win a ticket to The Mom Con in Pittsburgh!


I’d love for you to join me and a group of other ladies at The Mom Con in Pittsburgh. Introduce yourself, tell us your goals and your dreams. Just be you, whoever that is. Hey, I’m an awkward weirdo, but that’s okay, and I’d love the opportunity to be awkward and weird around you!

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Easy Last Minute Halloween Costumes


Easy Halloween Costumes: Cat, Scarecrow, Nerd

This year the Cool Family opted for some extremely cheap, simple, and easy no-sew Halloween costumes.

Easy Halloween Costumes: Black Cat, Scarecrow

Thankfully Adaline insisted on being a Black Cat this year. I was going to go the leotard route but figured it was pointless to spend the extra money, especially if she would end up being too cold. She wore a black long sleeved shirt and black pants that she already had. We got a cat kit for $5 at Target which included the ears, tail, and bowtie (it also came with a weird nose, but it looked awkward). A little eyeliner nose and whiskers and we’re done!

Easy Scarecrow Halloween Costume

Jon wanted to be a scarecrow. The costume was simple: overalls and flannel shirt. Jeans would work as well especially if the shirt is a little longer and you could cinch the waist with some rope. For the straw “cuffs” I just tied some yard into a circle and then tied yarn around it and put it on his wrists and shoes. For the hat/hair I stuck pieces of yarn to duct tap and then safety pinned the strip of duct tape to the hat. Simple! I was going to put a scarecrow nose and stitched mouth on him, but he wouldn’t let me :(

Scarecrow Cuties: Mom and Son Comparison

When I was 2 years old I was also a scarecrow for Halloween. That’s me on the left. Do you think Jon and I look alike at all?

Nerd Halloween Costume

I decided to go as a nerd because I only needed a few accessories to complete the costume: nerd glasses, suspenders, and a bowtie. I will tell you that I’m not happy with my accessories at all. We went to Party City because it was closer and these were the only options. I think the glasses are too “trendy”, the bowtie is too “cocktail waitress”, and it was all pricier than I would’ve liked. After I’d already bought the stuff I found cheaper and more appropriate accessories at a Halloween store at the mall. So I’m disappointed.

Nerd glasses, suspenders, bowtie: Party City 2014
Nerd knee socks: Target 2014 (I already had these, because they’re awesome)
Hair Pom Poms: Gymboree 2010 (They’re Adaline’s, I thought they worked perfectly)

Potterhead (Harry Potter Nerd) Halloween Costume

Because I wasn’t entirely thrilled with my nerd costume (I hated the bowtie in particular), I decided to change it up and go specifically as a Harry Potter Nerd or a Potterhead, if you will. I already had the awesome Gryffindor t-shirt and scarf, and the round Harry Potter glasses. Yes, I already had those, just for every day use. Because, shut up.

Harry Potter Glasses: Amazon
Gryffindor T-shirt: Wal-Mart 2014
Gryffindor Scarf: Universal Islands of Adventure 2011
Nerd glasses, suspenders: Party City 2014
Nerd knee socks: Target 2014
Hair Pom Poms: Gymboree 2010

Potterhead (Harry Potter Nerd) Halloween Costume

It ended up being chilly so I wore a gold cardigan that I already had that matched perfectly and in the end I decided to wear the nerd glasses instead of the Harry Pottery glasses. Fascinating stuff, right?

Gryffindor T-shirt: Wal-Mart 2014
Gryffindor Scarf: Universal Islands of Adventure 2011
Gold Cardigan: Target 2013
Nerd glasses, suspenders: Party City 2014
Nerd knee socks: Target 2014 (I already had these, because they’re awesome)
Hair Pom Poms: Gymboree 2010 (They’re Adaline’s, I thought they worked perfectly)

Last year Adaline and Jon went as an Artist and Masterpiece.
Click for costume details.

Artist and Masterpiece Sibling Halloween Costumes

What did your kids dress as for Halloween this year?
What’s your favorite go-to last minute costume?
Let me know in the comments!


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Healthy Halloween Snacks


Easy Healthy Halloween Snacks

We were in charge of bringing classroom snacks for the Kindergarten Halloween party. Homemade treats were not allowed (which is just as well since I don’t cook or bake). I really get tired of all of the junk my kids accumulate from October to January during the holidays, so I really didn’t want to give the kids loads of sugar. Instead I prepared healthy snacks (fruit and cheese) with a fun “Halloween” twist…and they got organic lollipops as well. Yep, I’m one of those super fun parents :P.
(Don’t worry, they also got store bought cookies filled with sugar and artificial junk and bags of artificially colored Cheetos :( That was my husband’s doing. He’s everyone’s favorite.)

These healthy Halloween snacks were ridiculously easy to make. Seriously, I can’t express to you enough how quick and simple this was! I made 16 of each and it only took about half an hour to complete. I know, right?! All you need is a black Sharpie Marker!

Healthy Halloween Snacks: String Cheese Ghosts

These String Cheese Ghosts were the easiest to do. I just drew little ghostly faces on the back of a cheesestick and was finished in only minutes! Effortless!

Healthy Halloween Snacks: Jack-o-Lantern Oranges

Using a Sharpie marker I drew Jack-O-Lantern faces onto oranges. Okay, okay…so they were Halos or Cuties which are technically Mandarin Clementines. But I’m still going to call them “oranges” anyway because this is my blog and I’m a rebel that laughs in the face of accurately classifying fruits by their proper species and binomial name. Suck it, science!

Healthy Halloween Snacks: Banana Pirates

I’ve seen these Banana Pirates around cyber space for years now. They’re not particularly “Halloween-y” but I still thought they were cute and fun. Halloween is a time you can dress up and be whatever you want…so can your banana! Maybe if I wasn’t so lazy I could’ve come up with a different more appropriately themed “character”, but this will have to do.

Healthy Halloween Snacks

What are your kids’ favorite healthy Halloween themed treats?
What other creative character can you turn a banana into?
Do you call Clementines “oranges” too?
Let me know in the comments!

Need last minute Halloween Costumes for siblings?
Check out these adorable and easy Artist and Masterpiece costumes!

Artist and Masterpiece Sibling Halloween Costumes


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Silly Wacky Crazy Seuss Hair Day


Silly Wacky Crazy Seuss Hair

Can you believe Adaline is in Kindergarten now? Today she had Crazy Hair Day at school and I thought I’d share her silly, wacky, crazy hairdo with you!

Silly Wacky Crazy Seuss Hair

I can’t take credit for the awesome hair…my mom did it.
I’m hair-challenged and can barely put hair in a ponytail.

SILLY WACKY CRAZY SEUSS HAIR
*Put hair in multiple ponytails.
*Twist the ponytails into knots and secure like tiny buns.
*Use colorful scrunchies and barrettes.
*Accent with curly-Q pipecleaners.

Silly Wacky Crazy Seuss Hair

I think her hair has a very Dr. Seuss-esque quality to it. It would be perfect for a Dr. Seuss celebration, Read Across America, or Wacky Wednesday!

Silly Wacky Crazy Seuss Hair

Party in the back…

Silly Wacky Crazy Seuss Hair

Free Dr Seuss fonts10 Easy Dr. Seuss Snacks


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