Thursday, November 16, 2006

our Santa uses embellishments!

We've all seen letters from Santa. When I was little I got giddy with excitement when I received a piece of mail mid-December postmarked "The North Pole."

Now that I'm, well, a grown up, I realize my letter was computer-generated and Santa was probably just some techy-guy trying to make a few bucks on the side during the holidays. (And by "a few bucks" I mean $9.95 each plus shipping!)

Our nonprofit organization has re-written the rules of the Santa mail. Our Santa is crafty and original. He sends adorable, one-of-a-kind handmade cards with handwritten, personalized letters to your child, postmarked from the North Pole. And it's a fundraiser for a good cause.

The mission? To open a nonprofit community coffeehouse with indoor, supervised playspaces for babies and toddlers.

The donation? 5 tax-deductible bucks.

Contact MamaHall for an order form. Your child will be giddy with excitement when this Santa mail arrives!