Christmas is one of the most celebrated holidays worldwide. From family reunions to rekindling old friendships over dinner tables filled with warm and delicious food, it is a series of exciting events all combined! But one of the oldest traditions in Christmas would be getting a gift from Santa. Try to make this year’s Christmas even more memorable by drafting a special personalized talking Christmas card from Santa with just a few clicks.
If you have children or younger siblings, they’re sure to love this! This would be the perfect way to show them that Santa cares!
We all went through that stage where we wished to get a call from Santa Claus. So imagine how thrilled your loved ones would be if they could finally get a personalized message from Santa!
Why create a voice message from Santa?
We’ve all seen him on books or cards, but have you had the chance where he delivered personalized Christmas greetings to you?
There are a few ways that you could craft Christmas cards.
It might be easy to make a hand-drawn Christmas greeting card for your friends and family, but doing it with Typecast could save you much more time!
Instead of drawing Santa one by one for a couple of hours, it’s better to go digital! You can send multiple digital cards to as many family and friends you want! Personalization would only take a few minutes!
You can get your Typecast Christmas Wallpaper here!
How to create a talking Santa E-mail
While there are already a few programs out there that you could use to create an email from Santa, however, only a few offer the ability to get a live voice message from Santa.
At Typecast, we recently released our new characters for you to spread the holiday spirit. Our first character would be, you guessed it, Santa Claus! Along with this jolly fellow comes Mrs. Claus. With our text-to-audio feature, you can easily create a personalized video from Santa and send it to your friends and family. You can also read here to see where to get the best Santa voice!
You could use Typecast’s Pre-made Christmas template, or if you are feeling extra creative, try making your own with this simple step-by-step guide.