If Santa brings your children personalized letters, it makes sense, doesn’t it, that he also brings them their gifts in wrapping paper with their names on it. Consider their joy at being able to find their name their, especially if they’re little ones, who have just started to read.
It is for that joy that I created these happy designs with Santa, in a sleigh full of presents, being pulled by a beautiful unicorn, a stand-in presence for the divine. You could use reindeer, of course, but the unicorn has long been associated with Jesus Christ, and I find this idea of a unicorn pulling Santa’s sleigh quite charming myself. Your kids can learn that besides reindeer, Santa also has a magical unicorn. Little girls, in particular, will be enchanted with that thought, just as they may already be with all things unicorn.
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Here are some more designs of personalized Christmas decorative wrap, with and without snowflakes. Note that I have two illustrations with unicorns. In one of them, the flying horse has red and golden glitter (simulated) in his mane and tail.
Oh, but I also have Rudolph! I have him on pre-cut sheets of gift wrap and on wrapping paper rolls. Both versions have virtually the same design: Rudolph, the greeting “Merry Christmas” in a modern, cursive font, and a custom name in caps (so it can be easily read by little kids).
I also have personalized designs with gingerbread figurines. Here’s one with a snowman, Christmas tree, Santa, and a few snowflakes, along with a name to be easily customized.
If you like these gingerbread figurines, I have a design (in red, green, and blue) with a whole bunch of them. Here’s the one in red.
And if you like the name and “with love, from Santa” in cursive writing, here’s another design (back to unicorns).
That’s about it for now. I hope you enjoyed this presentation. If you found anything useful, I’d appreciate a share/pin 🙂
To a happier, healthier life,