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A special letter from Santa, we all want one of those right? Christmas is such a fun time of year and I absolutely love watching my son during the holidays. The magic of Christmas is amazing through a child’s eyes. When Shaws asked if I would like to try out their interactive site and create a Letter from Santa, I jumped at the chance. I mean, I really am a kid at heart and really do want one for myself ;).
Look what turned up on our Christmas tree! A sweet letter from Santa and Mrs. Claus to my son. I am sure many of you have Christmas traditions that you celebrate year after year. This year we are hanging this special letter from Santa on our Christmas tree and what a surprise it will be, for my son. He will be bright eyed and so curious.
All you need to do is visit Shaws , create an account using your email address and fill out specific questions about your child.
That’s it! While you are there, be sure to check out all of the the click-to-print coupons deals with special offers from Coca-Cola, Oreo and Ritz for Santa’s Crew: the Elves, Rudolf and the Reindeer team and Mrs. Claus. On Christmas Eve, we set a place for Santa at our table and fill a dish with cookies and sweet treats along with a tall glass of milk. We also leave carrots and a large bag full of reindeer food as well. Do you make your own reindeer food? We mix oatmeal, white and brown sugar in a big bowl and spread it across our front lawn just before bedtime on Christmas eve. The reindeer need treats too! So are you ready to get started? Head over to the site now and create your own magical Letter from Santa for that special child (or adult) in your life and spread some Christmas cheer.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons. The opinions and text are all mine.
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