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Elf Plush Christmas Stuffed Toys- 12" Boy and Girl Elves (Set of 2) Holiday Plush Characters

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  • TAG : Kelsey had seen a toy ad that displayed the Elf on the Shelf, ..
  • The story, the idea for the book came to Stembridge, a teacher’s aide at Godley Elementary School, last Christmas. Just before Christmas break, she and some of the teachers she works with were talking about Elf on the Shelf, the latest trend that’s become a tradition in some households that involves a toy elf being moved ever closer to the Christmas tree as Christmas Day approaches.

    The Toy Maker Elf Boy Costume comes with a red and green styled hat, a top with an attached vest and bow and green pants. A tool belt accessory is also included which includes a hammer, pliers and screwdriver. It is available in sizes Small (4 to 6), Medium (8 to 10) and Large (12 to 14). It is made of polyester.

  • Every boy wants the toys, but some actually want to make them. Every Christmas, Santa calls on his elves to help make all the toys and gifts for children across the world. For those who would like to make the toys for other children, they can do so by wearing our Toy Maker Elf Boy Costume.

    The Toy Maker Elf Men Costume includes a stylish green and red elf hat, a top with an attached vest, green pants and a tool belt accessory with a hammer, screwdriver and pliers. It is one size fits most up to a 42 inch chest size. It is made of polyester.

  • Santa-s workshop is always busy during the holiday season. But without the elves to make the toys and other presents people desire, none of it would be possible. You can get into the gift making action with our Toy Maker Elf Men Costume. Elves are the ones responsible for making Santa-s shop at the North Pole possible. They make the gifts he delivers.

The Elf on the Shelf | A Christmas Tradition

Alternatively panned as creepy and adored as a fun holiday ritual, the trademarked Elf on the Shelf dates back to 2005, when author Carol Aebersold self-published a tale of a little elf sent by Santa to report on children's behavior leading up to Christmas. A toy elf sold with Aebersold's book plays that role in thousands of homes around the country.