Letters to Santa - Christmas 2023

By Paul McKay

Are you desperately hoping for some film photography goodies under your tree but are slightly concerned that Santa / family / friends might not quite understand the specific type of film you're after? That they might get confused between 120 and 110 formats, or head down a rabbit hole of Polaroid cameras?

I mean, it's totally fair enough - the analogue world can be confusing and Santa has lots of things on his plate in December!

But worry no more 😁 We're here to help you with an easy method of removing all possible sources of confusion

Simply download the blank letter from this link here - fill in the relevant sections and leave it around the house for natural discovery, or pop it in the postbox with a stamp to the North Pole.

See below for an example letter from Paul...

 

Letter to Santa 2022


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