How did Elf for Christmas make your Christmas magical? Let us know and you could win a prize!

How did Elf for Christmas make your Christmas magical? Let us know and you could win a prize!

One of the very best things about working here at the North Pole with all these Elves is getting to hear some of the wonderful comments people send us about our lovely Elf toys.

When Elf for Christmas launched, our primary aim was to create a magical Christmas tradition that families could enjoy year after year, while at the same time helping parents encourage good behaviour in their little ones.

And we have been downright thrilled to learn that Elf for Christmas is doing all that and more for so many families in the UK and beyond.

Every year we are inundated with lovely messages from mums, dads and other carers about how much they and their children have loved having a magical Elf toy to stay with them, how much their little one loves their Elf pal and what a difference it has made to their Christmas.

It’s a little-known Elf fact, but every time you share the love by sending us your kind messages, it generates a little bit of Elf magic. We can then harvest that Elf magic to create more and more magical Elf toys, so that more and more families like yours can adopt an Elf toy of their very own.

So, in order to create more Elf magic, we want to hear more of your Elf for Christmas stories!

Tell us how Elf for Christmas made your Christmas even more magical and you could win £30 to spend on whatever you like from the Elf for Christmas range

As a thank you for sharing your story, the Elves will pick their favourite entry to win a £30 Elf for Christmas voucher. The voucher can be spent on whatever you like from the Elf for Christmas online shop (subject to availability of course).

Maybe your Elf toy enjoyed a lovely day out with all the family? Or the magical reward kit helped your little one accomplish a new skill?

Did our Christmas book “Elf’s First Adventure” encourage your budding artist to draw a beautiful picture of their Elf pal? It could even be something as simple as making your child smile or giggle every day as they discovered the mischief their naughty little Elf toy had been up to overnight.

To share your story about how Elf for Christmas helped to make your Christmas even more magical, you can email us at , tag us on Twitter or Instagram, or post them on our Facebook wall. We’d love to see a photo of your Elf too, so remember to attach it to your story.

Send us your Elf stories before 9pm on Sunday, July 30, 2017, and we’ll announce our winner on Monday, July 31, 2017.

We can’t wait to hear your stories!

Terms & conditions

  • By sharing your stories and images with us, you are agreeing and acknowledging that Elf for Christmas can use your stories and/or images for publicity and marketing purposes.
  • Should Elf for Christmas choose to use your stories and/or images, they may be shared on a number of platforms, including but not limited to, the Elf for Christmas websites, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
The story chosen as the winner will receive the prize as offered. Prizes are non-transferable, non-refundable and there is no cash alternative.


  • Claire Osborne

    We have had an elf for two years now but last Christmas was extra special we had elf door, dust and clothes and on 22nd Dec welcomed our little girl so this year plan to have a bit and a girl elf. I can’t wait to see her face when she meets her Elf and our seven year old really gets excited. Xx

  • Nic Simmons

    Are elf was called twinkle . She move every night to different places , except when the girls were naughty. My little girls got so excited to find out where she was in the morning.even on Christmas Day they didn’t care about the presents they wanted to know where twinkle was . We did it for the whole of December and had so much fun with her . Sadly she left on Christmas Day and my little ones were very upset . But liked the post card in January, when she told them she would see them next Christmas with a friend. Can’t wait to see what she gets up to this Christmas.

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