The Snowman or Supersox, I did one of each and Elizabeth chose the Snowman story and Alison became Supersox. The snowman story was the quickest to set up and it only required the basic information where as Supersox required you to know a lot more about the child concerned so if this is for distant relatives go for the snowman story but if its for your kid then Supersox is great.
So how do you get to do this for free you just add one of the ebooks to your checkout and then add the code FREESTORY simples (if you want more than one just do separate checkouts).
Whilst you are there why not check out the personalised letters from Santa (heres the press release for more information)
A MESSAGE FROM FATHER CHRISTMAS
DIRECT TO YOUR CHILD!
If you think you've seen every festive letter on the market, think again. This year, with the help of Itsyourstory, you can make the run up to Christmas extra special with a unique photo-personalised letter unlike any you've seen before.
The Father Christmas photo-personalised letter features your child in the illustrations dressed as Father Christmas's elf. Share in your child's excitement as they see their photograph on Father Christmas's notepaper and information above them woven into the letter.
Each letter is personalised when ordering to feature the child's address, the name of two of their friends, their age and a uniquely personal PS at the bottom of the letter. This will create even more magic as it is written by the sender and relates to something personal in their lives eg – how well they’re doing at school, getting a new pet etc. The letter also reveals which friend or family member has asked Father Christmas to get in touch.
Priced at just £4.50, the Father Christmas photo-personalised letter is available exclusively from Itsyourstory.co.uk. Customers can choose from two letter designs featuring the child alongside Rudolf or Father Christmas. The letter arrives in a Christmas-themed envelope addressed to the child and complete with a North Pole stamp. What better way to build the excitement in the run up to Christmas!
Have a merry christmas (oh shit its still November but never mind )