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Christmas Elf Names

Lots of our elves are departing the North Pole today with passports at the ready ๐Ÿ˜‰ Don’t forget to give your Elfriend its own special name when it arrives. I am sure the children will have lots of fun thinking of a fun name! Here are some suggestions, however, there are lots of “elf name generators” available free online to give you and the kids some inspiration. Have fun and Happy Elfing ๐Ÿ˜‰

Boy Names

Bling, bing, Blitz, Buddy, Bell, Buster, Cecil, Dash, Elfie, Elm, Elf-kins, Elvis, Evergreen, Flake, Frankie, Fred, Frisbee, Frost, Gabriel, Henry, Hermey, Ice, Jangle, Jingle, Kringle, Kris, Louis, Max, Mistletoe, Nat, Nick, Noel, North, Pax, Peppermint, Pepper, Ralphie, Ruddie, Snowy, Snow, Snowball, Star, Tinsel, Tiny, Topper, Trinket, Twinkle, Yule, Zippy

Girls Names

Angel, Belle, Berry, Bianca, Candy, Carol, Clarice, Cupcake, Daisy, Ember, Ever, Evie, Eve, Faith, Garland, Ginger, Glitter, Holly, Hope, Ivy, Jewel, Jolly, Joy, Kristy, Lu, Merry, Natalie, Neve, Noelle, Pepper, Plum, Poinsettia, Penny, Poppy, Rosie, Ruby, Shimmer, Snowflake, Sparkle, Star, Sugar Plum, Trixie-Bell, Tootsie, Twinkle, Verity, Winter

Christmas Elf Bed


Well Christmas 2015 is fast approaching and we are so pleased to be super busy here at Elfriends HQ! Our own little ones, Ava and Jessica, are really looking forward to the return of Snowflake Angel and Snow Buddy 😉

Last year Ava wanted to make her elf an โ€œelf bedโ€ and set to work with an old box and some paint! She created a rather cosy bed for Snowflake Angel, who had a wonderful sleep before getting up to some mischief 😉

Turn your packaging into an โ€œelf bedโ€. Keeps the little ones busy for a while :-)

Happy Elfing!


Elf Door

Our little elf doors are proving to be really popular and we have re-ordered more stock so that none of our customers miss out. Big thank you to Gavin and his team at Creative Gifts NI for making us more elf doors in time for our busy season ๐Ÿ˜‰

To see more of their fantastic products visit their facebook page CreativeGiftsNI

We decided to give our little elf door some sparkle in preparation for the return of our Christmas Elves. Now just to wait until the 30th November before attaching to the wall ๐Ÿ˜‰

Happy Elfing!



North Pole Breakfast

A wonderful part of the Christmas Elf tradition is to have a North Pole breakfast. Let your Elfriend arrive in style by preparing a sweet North Pole breakfast with a festive table setting! This is usually the first of December or the first weekend in December when parents/carers have more time ๐Ÿ˜‰

If you do this for your elves arrival, place your arrival letter from your Elf on the table and watch your kids light up with delight!ย  If your elf already arrived last year itโ€™s also a great idea to let your Elf host the North Pole Breakfast during the month or Christmas Eve as a goodbye until next year.ย  There are many variations to make the North Pole Breakfast special and personal for your family and google search will give you lots of fun ideas!

Here are some suggestions to get you started:


  • Christmas tablecloth, mats and napkins
  • Christmas themed cups, plates & bowls (paper ones will do the trick!)
  • Snowflake decorations or table confetti
  • Festive themed name plates/menu


  • Pancakes (cut into seasonal shapes)
  • Toast cut (cut into seasonal shapes)
  • Christmas themed cakes
  • Candy canes
  • Snow balls
  • Gingerbread house
  • Waffles decorated with red and green sweets (i.e. M&Ms)
  • Icing sugar covered donuts
  • Fruit cut into fun festive shapes (for example candy canes made from chopped bananas and strawberries)
  • Chocolate coins
  • Festive cookies
  • Hot chocolate with marshmallows/sprinkles
  • Yoghurt with sprinkles

You can make it simple or get really creative! Lots of supermarkets will begin the festive themed foods and I believe Mr. Kipling has red and green elf cake slices!

Happy Elfing ๐Ÿ˜‰