Elf for Christmas Review and Giveaway


It is time to start thinking about Christmas as it is now just 6 weeks away.

Traditions have changed since Christmas’ when we were young, although we still love to go to a good old-fashioned Pantomime on the run up to Christmas.

A new modern-day family tradition we are adopting is the ‘Elf for Christmas’ where an Elf visits from Santa’s workshop for the month of December.

Elf for Christmas is an enchanting toy and reward kit perfect for girls and boys aged two and over. Available as a girl or boy Elf, this charming toy brings fun and magic to your home throughout December with the added bonus of promoting good behaviour and family engagement.

Where the magic really happens is in the Christmas Reward Kit – a unique package to help you bring the excitement of the Elf to life. The kit, designed for families with up to two siblings, includes an arrival letter from Santa explaining Elf’s role in your home, a reward chart and stickers, mini report cards and certificates, which can all be used to promote kindness and good behaviour. Refill Kits can be purchased for larger families, or for annual use.

Will you be on the Naughty or the Nice List?

But beware! At night while everyone is asleep, Elf gets up to all kinds of funny mischief…


… Buddy has already decided to try to escape the box as he doesn’t want to wait until December to play!

It doesn’t stop on 25th December, you can keep the festive spirit alive with Beware of the Elf signs for your door and a Thank You postcard to round off the magic in January. Also included in the box is a Letter to Santa Claus template, ready to post your letters off to the big man himself, and a goodbye letter for when it’s time for Elf to go back to the North Pole.


Throughout December, you will receive unique personalised emails from Santa Claus, directly to your children or class, with information your Elf has learnt about you. It really is magic. All you need to do is believe it!

Elf for Christmas toys are unique; lovingly designed to get them just right, with endearing charm, a friendly face, mischievously long arms with handy velcro fastenings and dinky clothes.

The elf comes with one over-riding message “Treat others as you want to be treated.” and I am looking forward to Buddy becoming one of the family over Christmas.

You can follow Buddy’s antics over on my instagram page from 1st December using the hashtag #ElfForChristmas

Thanks to the lovely team at Elf for Christmas I have one magical friend to giveaway to a lucky reader.

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12 thoughts on “Elf for Christmas Review and Giveaway

  1. He’s a really cute elf, and I love the idea of connecting it to rewards. Will be checking out Buddy on IG
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  2. Wow, I really love this elf style it looks cute and friendly.

  3. Oh babe!
    Perfect blog post & fantastic giveaway, I’ve had to enter!
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  4. Sandra says:

    Oh this is too adorable!! I have never seen the movie Elf but seeing elves everywhere at Christmas really makes me want to watch it haha!
    Sandra x (rustedbones.co.uk)

  5. Mark Bascombe says:

    Nothing like elves at Xmas fantastic prize

  6. Mark Bascombe says:

    Nothing like getting a dove for Xmas great prize

  7. Nicola says:

    Thanks for reminding me I need to sort an elf for my 4 year old – the childminder had one last year that got up to all sorts of antics, and now she’s at school I suspect she’d like one of her own! These elves are so cute!

  8. Nicola says:

    Thanks for reminding me I need to sort an elf for my 4 year old – the childminder had one last year that got up to all sorts of antics, and now she’s at school I suspect she’d like one of her own! These elves are so cute!

  9. I love how these elves look nice and friendly!
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  10. I love this as these elves are much cuter than the quite scary looking elf on a shelf ones x
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  11. There are so many cute elves around nowadays and you are right, there wasn’t anything when we were kids. Mich x
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  12. Jen Walshaw says:

    I love that there are so many more ideas that just Elf on the Shelf. My favorite is Kindness Elves at the moment.
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