The Elf Magic Tradition

 

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If you have never heard of this tradition and you have younger children this may be something cute they could do. Elf Magic is a tradition that has been around the globe for many many years. It ha created special memories for children and their families. Around the holidays we all think of different traditions that we have and usually it involves good old Santa Clause. The Elf Magic is different and can be fun for your children. Children of all ages look forward to annual visits from adventurous Elves.

Santa does not prohibit his Elves to visit he wants the Elves to come to your home so they can help children create wonderful memories and have fun. In addition, it will reinforce the true meaning of Christmas and family values. Having Santa’s Elf Magic Elves visit your home will bring wonder, magic and meaning back into Christmas!

The Elves are always so busy this time of year preparing for Christmas so you may want to ask Santa early enough which will allow the Elves to finish their work at the North Pole! Write a letter to Santa asking him to reserve a special Elf to visit and spend Christmas at your home. Crackers and water are the tasty treat that helps lure an Elf Magic Elf to the home – so be sure you put them out at night while waiting for the Elf to arrive… the Elf will want at least one serving a night. Why crackers and water, you might wonder? The crackers sound like crunching snow, and the water is melted North Pole Snowflakes.

To the surprise of all, an Elf “Magically” appears at your home between Thanksgiving and Christmas. That is… once the Elf has finished all of his or her work at the North Pole. Be sure to check for the snowflake on the Elf’s heart placed there by Santa, himself – that’s how you’ll know it’s an authentic Elf Magic Elf!

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An Elf Magic Elf brings a poem, which explains his or her visit, and Magic North Pole Snowflakes, which are sprinkled on the Elf each night to bring him or her to life. This allows allowing the Elf to go on all types of adventurous Elfcapades! The Elf hides each night waiting to be found the next morning. Wonder where he or she might hide first?

All the fun doesn’t just happen at night – Elf Magic Elves love to go with you on all of your adventures throughout the day. Their visit is only for a short time, so playing and traveling with the Elf Magic Elf makes the visit even more special and creates family memories that will last a lifetime.

On Christmas Eve night all of the Elves will be picked up by Santa to help him deliver the toys and they will return to the North Pole for a much needed rest! Although it is sad to see the Elf go, this special friend will magically return each year to celebrate Christmas again. However, since a whole year is so long for some Elves to stay away, they occasionally drop back in briefly for birthdays and other special occasions, with parents’ permission of course!

We have written to Santa to ask him to send an Elf to visit our home soon so stay tuned to see if our wish is granted and for our Elfcapades! I wonder where we will find him or her, if one shows up? I cannot wait to share with you! You can learn more about this tradition at Elf-Magic.com, and write to Santa today to see if an Elf can visit your family, and let the Christmas cheer be spread through your home.


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5 comments

  1. Julia Potvin says:

    I have a set of those two elves and darn if I know where I ever got them, but I love putting them out every year!
    Love the elves!

  2. Cyndie says:

    Oh, this is so cool. I want an elf to visit! Z would really like that!

  3. angela says:

    This sounds so stinking cute!!! I have never heard of it but can;t wait to share with my kids. Thank you!

  4. Rosey says:

    I came over to read about your elf. I love the Elf Magic elves, they're soft and cute, and they're fun to hide. 🙂

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