The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition - Boy Scout Elf with Blue Eyes - Includes Artfully Illustrated Storybook, Keepsake Box and Official Adoption Certificate
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Sure, it may be all fun and games, but there are still some official rules that everyone should follow, including: Browse photos of elves in action, and print out materials and instructions to inspire your Scout Elf friend this season! In what is likely one of the most successful self-publishing stories of all time, more than 17.5 million Scout Elves have been adopted around the world since their debut.
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All of us have enjoyed [The Elf on the Shelf] tradition, no matter how old or young we are,” Malarkey tells TODAY.com. “When my kids wake up, I cannot wait to show them my elf masterpieces and all the creative trouble that will ensue.”While Bell says that "no Scout Elf 'idea' is too big or small," The Lumistella Company has created many resources to help busy families “inspire” their elves for a fun and happy season, everything from the Claus Couture Collection of elf apparel to the Scout Elf Ideas app. Elf on the Shelf rules Children can talk to their special visitors, though Scout Elves can only listen and never speak to humans. Only parents are allowed to touch them or else they’ll lose their magic — and what's the fun in that? Show off the unique personality of your Scout Elf pal in the latest North Pole fashions designed by Mrs. Claus.
Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition (includes blue The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition (includes blue
Obsessed would be an understatement,” she says of her household in December, when Ken their “main” Elf is visiting. That’s right, Ken doesn't fly solo — he’s married with two adorable baby elves. “The wife and children only come on special occasions,” Rouse tells TODAY.com. “My kids are always so ecstatic when they do.” Ken also writes personalized notes to the kids, which are a big hit. And with millions of households sharing in that memory making, it seems that indeed The Elf on the Shelf tradition will carry on for many years to come.I hate that I finally had to give into this phenomenon when a precious 5yo came home from school with tears in his eyes saying, “Mama, Santa likes the other kids better than me, he sent them all elves.” Kids of all ages enjoy the spirit of Christmas that the Scout Elf brings. Stew and Regina Huminski from Aberdeen, Maryland, pair their Scout Elf, Claude, with a stuffed Stitch from the Disney movie “Lilo & Stitch” and, as expected, hijinks ensue.
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There are years where we don’t always feel the holiday spirit so strongly and even a couple years where we didn’t decorate, but Stitch and Claude are always making mischief,” Stew tells TODAY.com. We created The Elf on the Shelf tradition to help families have fun during the holidays by sparking moments of joy,” Bell tells TODAY.com.Decades later, Carol and Chanda turned this charming family tradition into the book “The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition," which was illustrated by Coë Steinwart. With the support of their family — in particular Christa and her marketing expertise — the book and accompanying Scout Elf figure debuted at a book signing in Marietta, Georgia, in 2005. Register your family’s Scout Elf name to receive a personalized adoption certificate and official letter from Santa Claus. Whether you’re hosting one of these friendly-faced visitors for the very first time or simply want to understand the meaning behind the elfcapades you see on social media, keep reading to learn more about how The Elf on the Shelf became a cherished Christmas tradition for young and old. The Elf on the Shelf story