Personalised Paper: Santa's Special Present
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- Framed Version (shown) £29.99:
The newspaper article is tabloid size and framed in a stylish black contemporary frame (measuring 33cm x 40cm). Your order will be dispatched in a large, robust box.
- Unframed Version (not shown) £15.95:
The newspaper article is tabloid size (measuring 29cm x 36cm) and unframed. Your order will be dispatched in a large hard back "Do Not Bend" envelope
Santa Claus last night promised <forename> <surname> a Christmas to remember - provided <he> behaves <himself> in the run-up to the big day. Santa is currently finalising his flight plan for Christmas Eve and has made a special note in his diary to make sure he does not forget to visit the town of <location>. At the moment, he is planning a special treat for one of the town's residents - <age>-year-old <forename>.
But those plans could change unless <forename> is a really good <boy> in the next few weeks. "I like to plan ahead and at the moment I've been keeping a close eye on what's been happening in <location>," said Santa, from his toy factory at the North Pole. "I've liked what I've seen so far, but there's still a little bit of time to go before Christmas and this is the most important time of the year as far as presents are concerned. "I think I know what <forename> <surname> wants, but it's really up to <him> to decide whether or not <he> gets it. If <he>'s good between now and Christmas, I know that Christmas Day is going to be one of the best days ever. If <he> isn't, though, <he> might end up being a little bit disappointed."
As well as watching what <forename> has been getting up to recently, Santa has also been monitoring <his> family who have promised to do all they can to help <him>. They are going to make sure their home in <location> is well lit up on Christmas Eve so that Santa knows where to park his sleigh, but admit <forename> needs to be good if their efforts are to be successful. "I hope <forename> gets all <he> wants," said <his> mum. "But that's not really up to me is it - it's up to Santa. "We've told <him> that <he> needs to be good. <He> was last year, and <he> got pretty much everything <he> asked for. "Hopefully the same will happen this year, but <he>'ll have to stay out of trouble, eat all of <his> vegetables , wash <his> hands before <he> eats <his> dinner and do what <he> is told"
Provided <forename> does that, Santa has promised that <forename> will definitely have a big smile on <his> face on Christmas morning.