PRESS Elfie’s Christmas Advent Calendar Letters (Ultimate Story Bundle 2022)
Personalised Christmas Elf Letters Advent Calendar. 26 daily letters from the North Pole, for children to discover around their home! 5-99yrs
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PRE-ORDER Elfie’s Christmas Letters, NEW for Christmas 2022 (dispatching from September). The original Gold Award-winning, personalised Christmas Story Advent Calendar (2021 Edition, 8th Series). 25 stunning, hand-illustrated, eco-friendly and personalised Christmas Elf letters PLUS a personalised Letter from Father Christmas ... for children to find mysteriously around their home throughout December. You can add all your children's names on to one bundle! Click here for Delivery Ideas.
A magical tale unfolds each day, bringing tales of adventure, mysteries and pranks from the North Pole, as the Elves get ready for The Big Delivery on Christmas Eve!
This Advent Calendar works fantastically well if you start it late too - simply deliver all the 'late' letters at once, for an extra burst of North Pole magic!
Hear all about a disastrous porridge and recycling mix-up, a series of exploding underpants and shrinking pyjamas, and how all the Elves are finding peas in their Extra-Cosy Slippers. Explore the amazing Secret Library deep down in the Cinnamon Mine! Learn all about its Extra-Ordinary books, from the ones that sing to the others that makes rude noises and smells!
Why our customers love it:
With new adventures every year, this Advent Calendar makes a wonderful way to inspire children to read, bring Christmas magic into your home and create precious childhood memories together. This unique collection of Christmas Elf Letters make a fantastic alternative (or accompaniment!) to Elf on the Shelf. Only one bundle needed per family. You can address your Advent letters to all the children in the family ... and if you have one, to your elf (or elves) too!
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All the letters together, form a Christmas Story (see below for a sneaky peek into the new storylines) for Children to discover, packed full of festive fun, secrets and snippets, tall tea parties and Emergency Pyjama Meetings. What better way to answer some of your children's burning Christmas questions, than with a bundle of personalised Christmas Elf letters they get to discover mysteriously around their home each day on the countdown to Christmas ... just like an Advent Calendar!
Other products included in this bundle: (so don't buy them too!)
The letters from our 7-letter NEWS Bundle
Map of the North Pole Village
Letter from Father Christmas (or Santa Claus),
Father Christmas' Feedback Form for Christmas morning
Elf letters for Christmas Eve
Christmas Day in the North Pole
*Christmas mouse not included, but do meet our various adorable Christmas Elves who love delivering our Advent Letters from the North Pole.
Elfie’s Christmas Letters (2020) has been voted Best Advent Calendar, scooping Gold in the Independent Toy Awards 2020, and has been shortlisted for the Best Innovative Toy Design at the Junior Design Awards 20/21.
Storylines for Christmas 2020
Written by Christmas Elves from the North Pole (who borrow Father Christmas’ computer!) these Advent letters bring to life a magical world where, as the Big Delivery approaches, the excitement gets the better of everyone and everything, including hilarious inventions, pranks, muddles and mix-ups! Read the delicious (and some not so delicious!) recipes that get cooked up in the kitchen, and follow the Elves' adventures with launchers and light bulbs, rare ingredients and mysterious codes, as well as a newly-discovered Secret Library ... filled with extremely unusual books.
What do the Christmas Elves build out of wooden planks, two alarm clocks, some thick rope, one metal bucket and a golden letter box? What sort of craziness do they get up to when the TV is switched off, and what happens when they eat one of Grandpa Elf’s Magic Doodle Drop Cookies? Be the first to discover this year's 'extras' on Father Christmas' uniform, whether 163 boxes of Extra-Galactic Sparkle Rockets can save Christmas, and if the new Automatic Pyjama Dressing Machine will work as planned … and, as ever, be ready to sew the seeds of Christmas Spirit in everything you read!
For a sneaky peek at some of the Christmas Elf letters from the North Pole in this Christmas 2020 Advent Calendar ...
... a Christmas Elf who 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 ... ideally while eating vast quantities of candy. The question is … will his latest invention, a Fantastically Fantastic Veggie-Vanisher Machine, work out as he hopes?
... an Elf who's a total whizz at computers, and is super cool. After a series of rather serious laundry mishaps, she’s just installed a totally mega-whizzy computerised laundry system over in Soap-Sud Cabin. To everyone's relief, she's also added a special Wind-Speed Safety Detector to the washing line ...
Brain Brian Brain
... is the trainee Chef for Mother and Father Christmas! He's a rather forgetful Christmas Elf and gets into a terrible muddle with his words. He decides to practise making a Custard Trifle for a rather special competition. Desperate not to mess it all up and forget what he's meant to be doing, he mutters away to remind himself ... but with a rather 'interesting' result. The other Elves love him!
...being the most organised Christmas Elf in the North Pole, she's started one of her infamous “Important Lists” to help make sure the Elves get everything done in time for Christmas Eve. Apparently there have been issues with Library Books that won't stop singing (or are far too stinky), gobstoppers being put into the Magical Wind Machine when they shouldn't be (far too dangerous), and now the doorbell to the Elves' Workshop is playing a very unwelcoming tune ... but that's not all! I can only hope all the Elves read the noticeboard ...
... his list of things to sort out, seems to be growing! Instead of porridge, the Elves' bowls are full of shrunken pyjamas, rotting veggies, old envelopes ... and very disgustingly, dried reindeer poo. Luckily he realises the pipes to the recycling cabin and the porridge machine have got mixed up, and manages to swap them back over just in time!
... the Chief Miner in the Cinnamon Mine, (and is particularly good at drawing). The Mining Elves making an extraordinary discovery in the back of the Mine ... a Secret Library, filled with BAZILLIONS of books. But these aren't just any old books ...!
Dave The Stitch
... works in Pine Needle Lodge, and has the very important job of making Father Christmas' Christmas Eve uniform each year! Keen for The Big Delivery to go as smoothly as possible, this year's important additions include, amongst other things ... a Snore Counter - to measure the sleepiness of children AND their pets and some high tech goggles … with laser beams to make sure of precise chimney location.
Why Christmas Traditions Are Important
The Christmas season is full of the most magical moments. It's the perfect time for family to get together, share the mutual happiness of this joyful time of year, and create strong and lasting memories for years to come. And there's no better way to start the Christmas magic than to rekindle some Family Christmas traditions. They may be from your own childhood or even using the same style of Advent Calendar you had when you were growing up. Perhaps it's new to you, such as our Christmas Elf Letter tradition, perhaps you've read about a wonderful Christmas Tradition that you'd like to replicate in your own home. Whatever the reason, you can rest assured any Christmas tradition is sure to be loved and remembered by all the family - especially the children.
Family time and Christmas traditions
Christmas traditions help to bring us together as a family. They make our children feel safe as part of a loving group, and they are happier and healthier for it, both in body and mind. During the Christmas season, the routines and rituals are extra special because they only come round once a year. Whether it's reading aloud a special Christmas story together, opening the windows or eco-friendly elf letters of an Advent Calendar - or writing some Christmas poems to go inside the Christmas cards ... or cosying up on the sofa with that reading book that only comes out at this particular time of year. The countdown to Christmas is full of magical experiences - so much more valuable than the presents - bringing together friends and family and giving everyone a sense of warmth, comfort and belonging.
We deliver Christmas Magic directly from Christmas Elves in the North Pole, straight to your door in a well-disguised parcel ... for a most magical December!
Any day before the 1st December:
Deliver the Certificate and the Map of the village in the North Pole somewhere around your home for the children to discover ... this lets the children know they've been selected to receive these magical letters.
Either roll them together into a scroll and tie the Candy Cane cord, keep them flat, or pop them into one of your personalised envelopes!
You can purchase Extra Maps if you'd like more.
From the 1st December onwards ...
Deliver a new Advent letter each day, up to and including Christmas Eve (dated as they need to be read in order to make sense of the story).
If your children write to the Elves hoping for a specific reply to their questions, you can deliver the Emergency letter from Mother Christmas with the next magical delivery.
On Christmas Eve Night
After the children have gone to bed and Christmas Stockings have been hung ... the next two letters are your Personalised Letter from Father Christmas or Santa Claus (new each year!) and a Feedback Form from Father Christmas from the Sleigh's 'In-Flight Notebook', for you to complete, for your child(ren) to discover on Christmas morning! What did Father Christmas think about the drink and snack you all left out for him? Burpingly delicious? Snoozy making? What fun!
Any time from Christmas Day Night onwards ...
Deliver your last letter, which tells you all about what happened in the North Pole on Christmas Day, and ties in a few loose ends from this year's story!
We hope you have so much fun with your letters this year - and keep an eye out on your inbox for news of next year's edition. The letters change each year, with brand new stories and illustrations!
Original International Elf Service™ Christmas 2020 Edition
Brand NEW letters each year - Testimonials
All the letters in our7-letter News Bundle
North Pole Map
Letter for Christmas Eve
Boxing Day Letter
Letter from Father Christmas (or Santa Claus)
Father Christmas' Feedback Form for Christmas morning
- A4 Letters - the Elves put all their letters through a Magical Enlarging Machine to make them big enough for us to read!
- Designed to encourage children to read, and promote creative thinking.
- Either to read together, or for older readers to read to themselves.
- Handcrafted illustrations and paint splodges for that all important authentic look.
- A wonderful Christmas tradition & children's keepsake.
- Official International Elf Service™ product
- 100% Recycled Paper
*Check the Delivery Page for the current cut off time for same-day dispatch
*Parcel sized delivery
Designed to promote family fun and to help preserve Christmas Magic!
One letter a day from the North Pole on the countdown to Christmas. 25 dated and personalised letters, addressed to all the children in your family, full of funny stories, endless mishaps and a huge dollop of Christmas Magic!
Deliver this letter wherever is most magical for your child ... pop one by their toothbrush, in their shoes, on the door mat, or in their school bags ... How This Works
We really care about our beautiful environment, so we use the most exquisite 100% Recycled Paper for all our magical papery things.
We also add ...
Mailing box -- 100% recycled
Luxury Gift Box -- 100% recycled
Candy Cane Cord -- 100% thick, soft cotton
Sisal Twine -- 100% harvested from renewable resources
Envelopes -- 100% recycled
Natural Wood Filler -- natural by-product of Aspen trees from the Elves' Workshop
Please note that due to our printing methods and the nature of recycled paper, the product and the print may vary.