Elfies letters-Honest MumFolks, it’s nearly Christmas! I know, it’s hard to believe as it’s only just October tomorrow but before you know it, you’ll be buying Christmas trees and posting off letters to Santa (I’ve already got my hand hovering over the Chanel site, crossing fingers and toes)!

Elfies Christmas letters

As the festive season is soon upon us, I wanted to bring a special review and competition to your attention, the brainchild of fellow Mum Emily-International Elf Service– a set of 24 stunning personalised and dated letters from Elfie the Elf in the North Pole for your kids to open every day of December in the lead up to Christmas.

Another unique, beautiful and chic way to keep the magic of Christmas alive for you and your children.

Christmas letters-Honest MumYit see, Elfie’s borrowed Father Christmas’ computer and some special paper to tell children what’s going on in the North Pole as they prepare for the Big Delivery on Christmas Eve – every day, as it actually happens!

…the elves are easily distracted, rather clumsy and cause huge amounts of mess. Mucking out the reindeer, baking, polishing sleigh bells and mending damaged uniforms never seem to go smoothly. This year we find out how reindeer fly and and the drama of the missing magic dust ingredient…

Elfie-Honest Mum

What does one lucky winner receive?

Elfie will send you a sturdy box secured with gorgeous candy cane cord containing:

  • 24 dated, personalised letters, lovingly illustrated and complete with ink splodges, marks and smudges. Each letter will have all the names of all the children that you requested.
  • A map that Elfie has drawn of her village in the North Pole.
  • 24 envelopes with all the children’s names on each one.

The letters haven’t been put in their envelopes to make it easier for parents to check for any mistakes. Also, so you can read them first too!

Please note that due to the printing methods that Elfie uses and the nature of recycled paper, the product and the print may vary.

These stunning letters will really help make the lead up to Christmas exciting!

All you need to do to enter is fill out Rafflecopter below and leave a comment why you want to win!

Good Luck!

UK only!

Winner selected Oct 15th 2014.

Christmas letters-Honest Mum


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110 Responses

  1. Zoe Roxby

    would love to give my nieces and nephews a letter each especially my one of my niece whose heart was broken after a big kid at school told her there was no Father Christmas poor little thing was distraught.

  2. catherine west

    my little grandchildren would love this so much. (and my user name is elfie has been for about 13 years now) how about that.

  3. champaklal lad

    This would be great for my niece and nephew – reading the letters would be like reading a page of a book each day, like an update report to the run up for xmas

  4. Lynsie Lynn

    I would love these for my daughters as some horrid boy at school said santa and the elves didn’t exsist and they are stupid for believing in him (They are 4 years + 6 years old) Now they aren’t sure whether he is real or not anymore, so hopefully getting a letter will make them believe again 🙂

  5. Catherine Gregory

    I would love to win as this year I think is the last year my niece will still believe in the magic of Christmas and I would love to make it a memorable one

  6. Debra Winfield

    I would LOVE to win as my two girls are just becoming aware of Christmas and this would add to the excitement, it could also become one of our traditions every year!


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