Dear Santa: send us your Elf Magic!

I’m soooo excited to be starting Elf Magic with the kids this year! I’m sure you’ve seen this around the internet and all the daily ideas on what to do with your elves, but did you know that Elf Magic was the first Elf tradition to be introduced to the market and sold as a complete set? Elf Magic encourages children to play and cuddle with their Elf and this tradition reinforces family values and reminds you of the true joy and meaning of Christmas. I was sold! Plus, look how cute…

Elf Magic

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Elf Magic: it all starts when your child writes a letter to Santa and asks if one of Santa’s elves can come visit between Thanksgiving and Christmas. How excited will your child be to see their special elf arrive at their house?! I love it because it’s not about the Elf spying on the kids to report back to Santa, it’s about a new friend! Elf Magic is Christmas Spirit you can hold in your hand and feel in your heart.

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Ryan helped me write a letter to Santa asking for an elf to come and visit. OMGOSH he was so excited about the idea!!! He told me what to write, “tell Santa we’ll play with him!” and then he signed his own name. We’re mailing it off to Santa and I can’t hardly wait to see Ryan’s excitement when his Elf Magic shows up!!!

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These cute little elves come ready with a poem (“The Elf Magic Story”), magical snowflakes that bring them to life every night, a Santa Sack for gifts, and even a snowflake box that can be used for their cozy little bed! You can even change their clothes with other Elfits and read The Elf Magic Story: a timeless Christmas tradition.

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We mailed Ryan’s letter to Santa today and this weekend after Thanksgiving we’re headed out of town. When we get home on Sunday, I think Santa might have delivered his elves… one for Ryan and one for Rebecca… and I’m pretty excited to have them join us for the next month 🙂 I seriously can’t wait to see Ryan’s excitement!

Do you have elves visiting your family? What kind of nightly shenanigans do they find themselves in? I caught some photos of our elves practicing (before their reveal to the kids!)… hanging out in the kids’ toy castle, eating our food, and leaving love notes! Check here for more Elfcapade ideas!

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Our elves will return to the North Pole on Christmas to be with Santa, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they make surprise appearances at other important times of year. I mean, they’ll become close friends with our kids, so what a treat it would be to see them on their birthdays or first day of school, too!

Happy Elfing! From Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday 2013 you can BOGO!!! Purchase $30 worth of product (which is the cost of one Elf) and get a second one (choose from two styles) FREE! Use the code: PASSPORT and enter “Baby Dickey” as your source at checkout!

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~Product was received to facilitate this review. All opinions and photos are my own!

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