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What is the Christmas Elf Tradition?

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The main idea, around which everything else revolves, is that your child – or children – will receive a surprise visit from a visitor from the North Pole at the start of December (it doesn’t matter if you join in late, though!). This visitor is an Elf, which Santa has sent out especially to stay with your child in the run-up to Christmas. In The Cheeky Elf packs this is all introduced and explained to your child in a letter from Santa Claus himself. Unlike other Elf products this Elf does not have to stay on a shelf and can...

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What is The Christmas Elf Tradition?

Posted by The Cheeky Elf on

You may have heard of The Christmas Elf Tradition, The Cheeky Elf, or various other terms which are used to describe a new and fun Christmassy activity for children and adults alike. Possibly you’ve heard it being talked about, it’s piqued your interest and you’re keen to know more. So what exactly is it?!! Your Own Christmas Visitor The main idea, around which everything else revolves, is that your child – or children – will receive a surprise visit from a visitor from the North Pole at the start of December (it doesn’t matter if you join in late, though!). This...

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Christmas Elf Packs are back in stock!!

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All our Elf Packs are now back in stock for delivery within 1 week!  If you are new to the Christmas Elf tradition have a look at our Christmas Elf Starter packs that have everything you need to start your Elf adventures!  We also sell a range of accessories for returning Elves, our popular Accessory pack includes a Christmas journal, Reward Chart, Elf Report card, candy cane and sticker book and either an Elf Door or an Elf Sleeping bag. We also sell all the items individually so you can add more items for siblings.    We have limited stock...

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Child Elf Hats now in Stock!

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Your Children can dress like their Elf with our new range of Elf Hats for kids!  Click here for details. 

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North Pole Breakfast

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One of our favourite Elf Ideas is an annual North Pole Breakfast. Some people like to do this on the day of the Elf's arrival or as a special treat on Christmas Eve.  Decorate your table with Christmas tableware and enjoy a selection of festive-themed breakfast treats Some of our favourite food ideas are: 1) Christmas toast shapes using festive Cookie Cutters 2) 'Candy Canes' made from banana and strawberries 3) Pancake Christmas tree (use green food colouring then stack triangular pancakes vertically, with a raspberry on top - your child can also decorate this with additional fruit pieces if you...

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