Vonage Users – Leave a Message for Santa

When you were growing up, wouldn’t it have been great if you could talk to Santa? This year, the man in red is just a phone call away. So your kids can tell Santa himself what they want for Christmas.
Now through Christmas Eve, they can leave Santa a message by calling 1-700-CALL-SANTA (1-700-225-5726) for free, from any Vonage home phone.
They’ll hear a holiday greeting from Santa in his workshop at the North Pole. We’ll also email you a recording of your child’s wish list that you can share with family and friends. It’s a great way to make memories and spread holiday cheer.
The Santa Hotline - 1. Call 1-700-CALL-SANTA (Toll-Free) 2. Your child leaves a message for Santa 3. We email you a recording of your child's message
The fun continues on Christmas Eve. Starting at 5 p.m. EST on December 24, your family can call 1-700-CALL-SANTA to follow Santa and his reindeer on their journey, as they deliver gifts around the world.

Create a Free Custom Nice List Certificate

Blue Mountain Printable Cards

Santa\'s List
Create “Nice List” certificates for your childrenchowmeyow / Foter.com / CC BY-NC-SA
Create \”Nice List\” certificates for your children

I use Blue Mountain electronic cards all of the time as I have family spread from the extreme Southeast to the extreme Northwest.  They are always coming out with new cards that are perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, and whatever.  I just happened to be searching and found some interest items in their printable collection.  I have been a long time Hallmark user for printable cards and really like them but this appears to be just about as easy to use.

The card I thought you might find interesting for Christmas is a “Nice List Certificate” that you can create and print online.  Looks like they currently have a problem printing from Chrome, so you may need to use a different browser.

My thought was to begin the season with letting your children know they are on the “Nice List”.  Perhaps  have your elf bring it with them when they come around Thanksgiving.  You could even spell out some good deeds that Santa and your elf would like to see them work on as they experience the meaning of Christmas.

You can check out the “Nice List Certificate” at this link: http://www.bluemountain.com/printable-cards/christmas/nice-list-certificate/card-3170689

Thinking About an Elf for Your Child?

Free Introduction Letter for Your New Elf

Elf visit for Christmas
Children really want elves and they can be lots of fun!w4nd3rl0st (InspiredinDesMoines) / Foter.com / CC BY-NC-ND

Elves are very popular with children, so much so that Santa has to ask about how many elves and what are their names.  If you are thinking about getting an elf for the first time or about another elf then perhaps you would like a letter from Santa introducing your new elf.  The letter gives some background about your elf and what the children might expect.  Santa signed the letter and the address is from Santa’s Desk.  The letter is in an Adobe PDF format form where you can add the name of your child.  Just download the file, open the PDF, click in the “TO:”  field and enter the name(s) of the child or family.

I will be adding new files over time which will include “Nice Certificates” from your elf, “Need to Try Harder”, and many other letters you can use to keep the magic of Christmas alive.  In an upcoming post I will also give information on how you can create your own letter from Santa and have the USPS deliver it with a North Pole postmark.

Get your free introduction letter here.  Elf Arrival Letter