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Love from the North Pole

November 5, 2014

"Christmas countdown ideas for kids"

The cold weather has taken a while to come this year (thankfully for me) but come it has.  With the cold weather here and the dark, long evenings it’s now starting to feel like Christmas is really coming.  This past weekend I started planning my advent calendar design for Anya which I shall be sharing here soon.  This caused much excitement in our house because Anya started thinking about Christmas and for her often the countdown is almost more magical than the day itself.  Last years highlight for her was definitely the advent calendar which she couldn’t wait to open each day after she came home from school.  And as she neared the end of the calendar, the anticipation of the magical day caused even more excitement.

"Christmas elf letters for children"

The advent calendar will be very much a part of this years celebrations too and probably for many Christmases to come.  While thinking about other ways to build up the excitement and anticipation of Christmas I came across this new International Elf Service.   This is such a cute idea where your kids will get 24 personalised letters direct form the North Pole!  The set of letters are sent to you before December 1st and then each morning leading up to Christmas your kids will find a letter from Elfie telling them about all the happenings in Santa’s workshop.  Each letter will be personally addressed to your kids (once you supply their names), signed by Elfie and will come complete with ink splodges, marks and smudges.  You can choose to hide the letters somewhere each day making it even more fun for your kids to find or just post it through the letter box each morning.  How magical for a child to wake up each day and read about out what Santa and the elves have been up to. 

International Elf Service is available throughout the UK but International customers are welcome to email them and they will do their best to get the letters sent to you too.

This post is brought to you in partnership with International Elf Service as part of my work with Mothers & Shakers. All content, words and ideas are my own.  Thank you for supporting my work with partners that support this blog.

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