“This Christmas will be special; I’m so happy to be here, I’ve watched you from afar and in my heart you’ve grown dear. I made my way here with you as my guide, I am here to love you, to play and to hide!”
Elf Magic is the timeless Christmas-Elf tradition that has created special memories for countless children and families around the world for decades. When considering Christmas traditions that bring the season to life, it’s natural to conjure up stories of Santa… Well, the Elf Magic Elves have something different in mind! Through the years, Elf Magic Elves and families have created lasting memories of the Elfcapade™ adventures together. Children young and old look forward to the annual visits from the adventurous Elves, but it is the bond of friendship that is created with the Elves that the family will remember and treasure forever.
Santa allows his Elves to visit so they can encourage an upbeat Christmas, animated through nightly adventures and daily play, to help children create memories, have “good old-fashioned” fun, and reinforce the true meaning of Christmas and family values. A visit from one of Santa’s Elf Magic Elves will bring the wonder, magic, and meaning back into Christmas!
“You’ll share kindness and goodness and have lots of fun, But you’ll let your friend know God brought love through His Son. Baby Jesus was born on Christmas Day A gift more special than any in my sleigh”
The Elves are very busy, so asking Santa early allows plenty of time for the Elves to finish their work at the North Pole! Simply 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, of course!
The magic of Christmastime has reached our house! Harrison & Ruben are beside themselves! After they sent Santa a letter asking very nicely for one of his elves to come and visit us, he has arrived! His name is Oliver, or “Ollie”. My boys love that he has darker skin just like they do! Santa knows just who to send. Santa did such a great job sending all his stuff with him- extra clothes, a snow case, and of course the awesome book that goes along with all the fun. We all have enjoyed getting up in the morning and seeing what mischief Ollie has gotten himself into. Recently he took it upon himself to feed our fish…
One other morning he had taken a midnight train ride… he must have thought he was on the Polar Express!
This is a fantastic holiday tradition that we love having in our house. Oliver really helps us create special memories that I know my boys will always remember. Thanks, Santa!
Parents can purchase a Travel Ticket for an Elf to come visit their children! See all the details at www.elf-magic.com.