Starting a New Holiday Tradition with Elf Magic Elves

For years, my big kids have anxiously awaited the arrival of Dobby, our Christmas Elf, and this year was no exception. However, when he arrived this year, he came with a package for baby Sweet Pea. The package looked like this:

elf1Sweet Pea, of course, is too little to open the package or do much with what was inside of the plastic, so Bubby and Sissy gladly volunteered to help her. They read about the story of Elf Magic Elves, Christmas Elves that could be held and played with and still report back to Santa each night. They were excited to sprinkle the snowflakes on the elf to bring him to life, and he has become a part of our family for the last few weeks.

Elf Magic Elves are different from some of the other Elf Traditions in that these elves can be held, cuddled, and played with. They come out for the holiday season and for special times throughout the year or to possibly help a child through a tough time in his life. Elf Magic has both Christmas and Hanukkah elves, and they carry a line of accessories, clothing, and even pet reindeer. My kids received their reindeer and a suitcase for Granger, our Elf Magic elf to send our elf off to vacation with us in style.

The elves are well-made and will hold up for many years of cuddles as Sweet Pea gets older. He has already had quite a few adventures. Here are just a few things our elf has done this year:

elfpic2I know it seems late in the season, but you can still visit Elf-Magic.com to get an elf for the rest of the season and have the elf come and visit periodically throughout the year. There are a lot of fun outfits too for the elf for when he comes and visits as well.

I am very excited to add Granger to our holiday traditions and can’t wait to take more pictures of his elfcapades! You can see our elf pics on Facebook all this month!

*I received my Elf Magic Elf as part of the #SweetSuite14 Blogger Bash box. All opinions are my own

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