Wondering how those creative parents get their kids Santa Letters post marked The North Pole or how the Christmas cards your friends and family send you appear as if they arrived from the North Pole. Wonder no more we found the answer on the United States Postal Service Website along with how to get other fun holiday-related or themed name post markings such as Snowville, Santa, Bethlehem and many others.
Letter from Santa with a North Pole Station Postmark: You write a letter to your child and sign it from Santa. Place this letter in an envelope addressed to your child with the return address from SANTA, NORTH POLE. Make sure you have a First-Class Mail stamp affixed to the envelope. Place that envelope in a larger envelope, with appropriate postage, and address the larger envelope as indicated below.
Holiday greeting cards: You write your greeting cards like you normally would. Place the cards into their envelopes. Address the envelopes to the people you want to receive them. Place First-Class Mail stamps on the envelopes and either have the return address from the NORTH POLE or from you and your address. Then place the greeting cards into a larger envelope or box, with appropriate postage, and address it to:
Customers who wish to obtain a postmark from Post Offices with holiday-related or themed names — to keep or to share with friends — can write to the Post Offices directly. Enclose a stamped card or letter addressed to yourself or another person and put it into another envelope or box labeled to: