Writing letters to Santa has been a long-standing tradition with all of us at Ripple Effects. The excitement of sitting down with our children and drafting a polite letter asking for their heart’s desire. And then posting the letter, or sending it up the chimney and waiting until Christmas morning to see the pile of presents under the tree.

But these children take that tradition to another level! From the cute, to the demanding, to the downright threatening! We hope you enjoy our pick of the best letters to Santa.

For Christmas I would like a $100, $50 gift card to somewhere I like,
on a note signed by my parents saying that I am allowed to paint my nails.
Sincerely, Kailyn.
p.s. The $50 gift card can’t be to any fool places and it has to already have money on it.



Santa if you bringing presents with batteries bring the batteries



Dear Santa, I have been very good this year. I picked up 12 piles of
dog poo and it made me sick.


No mistaking what Tammy wants. And where to source it from!



Looks like Riley is easily pleased. And hungry!



Hi it’s Sophie. If you knew where my black leggings are please write back and tell me.



You better bring my pony this year. Or there will be ‘consequensis.’




Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas, from your friends at Ripple Effect Gifts.