I think Christmas letters should be fun. That’s why I started this site.
When people go to their mailboxes during the holidays, I hope they’ll look forward to the letters tucked inside their Christmas cards, rather than dreading the annual arrival of boring and dreadful Christmas letters.
This site was inspired by just such a terrible Christmas letter. It was quite possibly the worst example of a Christmas letter ever to be written. Much as the Grinch stole every last gift down in Whoville, the culprit who wrote this particular Christmas letter managed to suck every speck of joy out of the retelling of the family’s annual adventures. Even their family vacation to Disneyland sounded less fun than slamming your finger in a door. That’s when I decided to launch this site.
Christmas letters shouldn’t be painful to read, and they don’t have to be boring. Many people write perfectly good Christmas letters and don’t need this site at all. If you’re one of those people, hurray for you!
But if you’re someone who is stumped by what to write, how to write it, or how to make it more entertaining (and you fear becoming one of those letter writers about whom others snicker), this site offers Christmas letter writing advice, ideas and samples that hopefully will inspire you to have fun and create great Christmas letters others will want to read.
You can also find a variety of printable Santa letters and articles about the holidays, including tips on writing great Christmas letters and instructions on how to get a North Pole postmark.
I hope these tips will make Christmas letter writing a fun holiday tradition for you and your readers.
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