Christmas Elf Party!

Christmas Elf Party!

An Elf Themed Party

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Why just keep the elf on the shelf? Spread the elfin magic all through the house and all through your holiday season!

Whether you’re planning a party for your little one or want to set a table for your
favorite holiday helpers, these fun elf themed party supplies and novelty items will
set the mood and make everyone a bit more merry this holiday season.


Elf Napkin – $6.95


Felt Elf Hat Hair Clip – $9.95


Elf Treats Cookie Mix – $19.95


Elf Large Crackers-error – $29.95


Elf Treats Mini Plates – $8.95

 

Fun elf facts!
The Christmas elf appeared in literature as early as 1850 when Louisa May Alcott completed, but never published a book entitled Christmas Elves. The image of the elves in the workshop was popularised by Godey’s Lady’s Book, with a front cover illustration for its 1873 Christmas Issue showing Santa surrounded by toys and elves with the caption, “Here we have an idea of the preparations that are made to supply the young folks with toys at Christmas time.” During this time Godey’s was immensely influential to the birth of Christmas traditions, having shown the first widely circulated picture of a modern Christmas tree on the front cover of its 1850 Christmas issue. Additional recognition was given in Austin Thompson’s 1876 work “The House of Santa Claus, a Christmas Fairy Show for Sunday Schools”
The Christmas elf appeared in literature as early as 1850 when Louisa May Alcott completed, but never published a book entitled Christmas Elves. The image of the elves in the workshop was popularised by Godey’s Lady’s Book, with a front cover illustration for its 1873 Christmas Issue showing Santa surrounded by toys and elves with the caption, “Here we have an idea of the preparations that are made to supply the young folks with toys at Christmas time.”

During this time Godey’s was immensely influential to the birth of Christmas traditions, having shown the first widely circulated picture of a modern Christmas tree on the front cover of its 1850 Christmas issue. Additional recognition was given in Austin Thompson’s 1876 work “The House of Santa Claus, a Christmas Fairy Show for Sunday Schools”