Making eyes sparkle with
Wizards, Wonders and Magical Worlds
The Ultimate Gift For Children
A wonderful way to inspire children to read, bring Christmas magic into your home and create precious childhood memories together.
From the Cinnamon Mine to the Elves’ Workshop
… the original Christmas Elf Advent Letter Tradition
We take your children on unforgettable magical literary journeys, to the North Pole, Fairyland and the most Magical Archive in the World, Roots of Fantastical Matters … through handcrafted, personalised letters. Our captivating eco-friendly Christmas Elf letters from the North Pole and our Fairy & Tooth Fairy letters combine storytelling and illustrations with the excitement of family traditions; promoting family time; igniting imagination; and creating childhood memories to treasure forever.
Hide your personalised letter among the family’s mail, lay them on the table first thing in the morning, stashed among their toys, or mysteriously peeking out from under their pillow …
We’d love you to stay and find out a bit more about about our magical worlds of Christmas Preparations in the North Pole, Fairies, Tooth Fairies and Birthdays. Grab a hot chocolate, get comfy and have a read about How it Works.
Give the gift of
magical childhood memories
that last forever.
One of our big ‘things’ is to never tinker with how children imagine a Christmas Elf to look. Some children have a visiting Christmas Elf on the countdown to Christmas, and some don’t. Our Christmas Elves have very strong characters, but we like to leave what they look like up to children’s imagination. Letters from the North Pole, written by our Christmas Elves can make excellent Stocking Fillers.
Our Fairies & Tooth Fairies love writing to children – their personalised letters are designed to support children’s emotional health & development. We hope our Tooth Fairies can reassure children about the big feelings we all have when we’re growing up. Big messages in little letters. Children’s mental health and them having a sense of wellbeing and ‘belonging’ is so important.