When Christmastime arrives, Prep & Landing elves spring into action. True, they're designed to seat comfortably on a shelf or windowsill, but that's all part of the plan -- securing a good vantage point to scope out the situation for the big guy's arrival.
Disguised as gingerbread cookies, these devices are the elves' most important tools. Bake a batch of real cookies designed to look like GBMs for your little elves.
Create your own snow globe ornament using snap-together clear acrylic ornaments. Kids and parents will love this sweet reminder of the magic of the holiday season.
As Coordinator of the North Pole Christmas Eve Command Center, Magee is ready for a little something special to reward herself with on the big night. Your elves will enjoy a cupful of peppermint white hot chocolate as much as her -- especially atop a Command Center radar screen coaster.
It isn't easy being a coal elf. After a long day in the mines, the crew likes to head over to Christmas Carol's for a round of refreshments. This nutmeg-topped holiday nog, served on festive ornament coasters, is a real crowd fave.
When Wayne thinks he's been promoted to director he wears a snazzy Christmas tree tie to celebrate. Create your own felt Christmas tree tie (just like Wayne's!) and pin it on to get into the holiday spirit.
These crispy holiday morsels -- inspired by a tool of the Kringle Training Academy's elite elves -- are all aglitter and sure to be a big seller at school bake sales and cookie swaps. Just don't forget to save a few for Santa!
Modeled after Lanny and Wayne's red and green toppers, this festive garland is designed with the same aim in mind -- spreading holiday cheer.
Here's a cheery holiday party hat modeled after Lanny's own that's a blast for kids to decorate and don.