Mini Personalised Christmas Letter Bundle, Full of North Pole News
£20.00 – £25.00
An amazingly magical 8 Day Countdown to Christmas
Exquisitely handcrafted and personalised letters, full of newsy snapshots from the North Pole … for a huge dollop of Christmas Magic! Wibble wobbles and Stinky Wotnots anyone?
*these letters are also included in our storytelling package Advent Calendar, 25 Personalised Letters
The Elves borrow Father Christmas’ computer to write letters full of secrets and snippets from the North Pole, to all the children in your family.
You secretly deliver a new letter on their behalf, on the lead up to Christmas. Pop one by their toothbrush, in their shoes, on the door mat, or in their school bags … !
We deliver a well-disguised package to you, containing …
- 7 letters, each by a different elf, addressed to your children, and illustrated in their individual styles, complete with splodges and smudges.
- 8 lengths of North Pole Candy Cane Twine to tie each letter into a scroll, OR 8 personalised envelopes purchased as an extra.
- A Certificate from the Postmaster General congratulating the children for being chosen to receive the letters.
- A Map of the North Pole Village to help set the scene for the Elves’ adventures.
- An Emergency Letter from Mother Christmas explaining why Elves aren’t allowed to reply to letters from children, but encouraging them to continue doing so. Believe me, this will be very handy!
“Absolutely beautiful. These letters are such a joy for kids to receive, it’s going to be my 2nd year of doing this & I would 100% recommend everyone with little believers to do this too.” – Michele, (Sep 2017)
Seven Elves from the North Pole have borrowed Father Christmas’ computer to write a lovely personalised newsy letter. For you to deliver on their behalf. With each delivery, your child(ren) will gain a snapshot of what’s happening in the North Pole as they prepare for the ‘Big Delivery’ on Christmas Eve. Each letter is from a different Elf, with a new piece of news to tell …
… loves pranks, inventions, experiments and sweets, and is always up to something. And this year’s no exception! He’ll do anything to avoid hard work. Or any work. The question is … has his new Magic Potion turned out as he’d hoped? He didn’t like how it tasted first of all, so he added a couple of things to sweeten it up. But … was this a big mistake? And will his new Automatic Dressing Machine ever work properly??
… the new Elf on the block. She’s been brought in by Father Christmas from the North Pole Route Planning Department, to prevent the Sleigh from crash landing like it did last Christmas Eve! Lyra’s a total whizz at computers, wears purple specs and is super cool. She’s also come up with a clever contraption to get the reindeer back on course if they get distracted …
… the chief gardener in the North Pole Garden, excitedly reports the Catch-Me-If-You-Can bushes have sprouted! They have something extremely precious growing on their leaves, and the Elves only have 23 seconds to collect them before the bushes vanish again. What can they be? And a VERY unusual blue plant did something very unexpected …
…being the most organised Elf, has started one of her infamous “Important Lists”. The Elves have been invited to a Disco Sleepover in the new Magical Ice tree on Christmas Eve! Among the prizes Lily has planned, are Magic Sprinkles (that change your hair colour as many times as you like, for one week), and a voucher to miss ONE weekly bath. Lily thinks Marty’s highly unlikely to win the “Best Behaviour After Festive Midnight Feast” prize!
… his list of things to sort out, seems to be growing! The big Clock in the Elves’ Workshop that usually sings “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” to whoever arrives at the door, has been playing ‘There’s A Worm At the Bottom Of My Garden” instead. Which is totally UN-Christmassy and not at all welcoming! But his most urgent job is to mend the Jingle Bells on The Sleigh. They’re all battered and bent, and sound terrible! He’s also adding a few exciting ‘extras’ to The Sleigh this year … including an Ejector Catapult!
… the Chief Miner in the Cinnamon Mine, (and is particularly good at drawing). They were all woken up at precisely quarter past three in the middle of the night, by a loud GUSH. The Mine was flooding with Hot Chocolate! Despite drinking twelve mugfuls each, the Cinnamon Mine continued to flood! Will they manage to get out in time?
Dave The Stitch
… and the other Elves in Pine Needle Lodge, are working with a rather exciting selection of 40 different fabrics for Father Christmas’ special Christmas Eve Safety Underwear. They’re planning some very excellent safety features to cover all eventualities! The underwear controls will be linked up to Lyra’s new Computerised Route Planning System, to ensure the right feature is activated at the right time!
“My boys are completely spellbound by these!” – Lydia, (Dec 2017)
Sisal Twine — 100% harvested from renewable resources
Paper — 100% recycled
Envelopes — 100% recycled