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    There are some lovely ones on here. I would have got one from here if I didn't already have one....

    http://downthatlittlelane.com.au

    Just search for Santa Sacks.

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    Thank you all so much. I have had a look tonight and am so indecisive! I can't even decide if I want something traditional or not now.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monicker View Post
    There are some lovely ones on here. I would have got one from here if I didn't already have one....

    http://downthatlittlelane.com.au

    Just search for Santa Sacks.

    Some of these are gorgeous - but I don't think they are personalised?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by F&A View Post
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    These are leading in my mind so far!!

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    This is what we got for DS, it was about$12 from Target.

    I Took it to a local workwear place and they embroided his name in red on the white for under $10. Looks amazing I have a family member looking to do the same for her son this year she loved it so much.

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    If you want to support a local business I used Sticky Biz Last year and their sacks were high quality and the kids love them.

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