Each day now Santa and his helpers take trays of letters from Santa Claus, addressed to children around the world, to the post office. Trays of letters containing 400 letters each are taken from carts and handed to postal workers one by one. Each tray is then placed in a special location awaiting the world famous North Pole Christmas Postmark. Once postmarked, the letters are taken to the airport and loaded on flights headed south on their way to children around the world. This is being repeated three and four times a day for letters from Santa Claus to reach each child before Christmas.
Here are some of the many letters Santa has received with special touches added to the envelopes!