Imitate Mrs. Claus Handwriting
Edited by Mian Sheilette Ong, Lynn
Although she's not in the limelight very often, many believe that Mother Christmas or Mrs. Claus exists. She is the better half of Father Christmas, popularly known as Santa Claus. As Santa's wife, she is the one responsible for preparing the toys that the elves make. She is also the one baking all those yummy cookies to which Santa is addicted. Mrs. Claus is rarely referred to by her first name because it is still a mystery. However, she has been known as Martha, Jessica, Carol, Seeki, Gretchen, Ahoop, Mary, and Layla. She keeps the list of naughty and nice children. Of course, because of Santa's busy schedule, she also writes back to the children who write Santa letters every single year. If you want to make some children in your household or in your community happy this Christmas, why not imitate Mrs. Claus's handwriting? This is a great way of sharing holiday cheer this year and in years to come!
How to Imitate Mrs. Claus's Handwriting
It's pretty easy to imitate this cheerful, outgoing lady's handwriting. All you have to do is follow the steps below:
- 2You can choose to print it on a large or small scale. Make sure that you use a laser or digital printer so that you will end up with smooth outlines.Print the sample in a size that is readable enough for you.
- 4Some mistletoe or pine leaves adorned with gold trimmings can be glued along the sides of the paper. You can also make the envelope extraordinary by adding tinsel and ground chestnuts.Add personal touches to the paper.
- 5In the letter you're going to write, make sure that you already know the message you're going to write. This will make it easier for you to write using Mrs. Santa's penmanship. Get to know the children you want to give your letters to. Imparting personal messages using Mrs. Claus's handwriting can definitely leave a lasting impression on the child.Think of what message you would like to send.
- 6Claus's penmanship accurately. It is important that you maintain a continuous flow to convince the reader that the letter is really from Mrs. Santa.Use a stencil to copy the curves and strokes of Mrs.
- 7Be creative in your letter delivery.
Imitating Mrs. Claus's handwriting is an endeavor that will make you appreciate Christmas more. Taking the time to write a letter in Mrs. Santa's penmanship makes you one of the rare people who exert effort in keeping the spirit of the holidays alive.
- Use quick drying ink when imitating Mrs. Claus's penmanship.
- Choose simple words in formulating the letter.
- Present the letter in a creative manner.
- Include a pouch of Christmas cookies with the letter.
Categories : Parenting
Recent edits by: Mian Sheilette Ong