It’s that time of year again! The Elf on the Shelf is arriving at your home to watch over your family. Enjoy these free printable hello and goodbye elf letters to welcome your elf and then say goodbye.

Elf on the Shelf Letters

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Elf Letters from Elf on the Shelf

You might also want to also celebrate the Christmas season with a personalized letter from Santa. Kids will want to also send a letter to Santa.

Every year, the elf on the shelf sneaks into your home with one goal: to make you smile and encourage kindness. From hiding in new places every day to making up ridiculous stories about what he is doing when he’s not around, this little guy will keep you entertained all season long.

How to Use

Use these printable Elf on the Shelf letters to make welcoming and saying goodbye to your elf easy! Here is what you need. (affiliate links)

Click the link above in the list to download the Elf on the Shelf letter template. Open the PDF and print in color on white cardstock or copy paper.

Free Elf on the Shelf Arrival Letter

It’s fun for kids and adults alike to watch the elf “move” from spot to spot, but what happens when it moves into your home? Use this free printable Elf on the Shelf return letter to your child, so they know what to expect when Elf arrives from the North Pole.

elf on the shelf welcome letter
Elf on the Shelf Introduction Letter

Elf on the Shelf Goodbye Letter

When you are ready to say goodbye to your Elf use this departure letter. This free printable Elf on the Shelf goodbye letter is a cute way to say farewell!

elf on the shelf goodbye letter
Elf on the Shelf Goodbye Letter

These darling poems were written by Mary Ann Gregg. They are for personal use only and are protected by Skip to my Lou website copyright. Please do not copy, reproduce, distribute or re-publish. You are welcome to share an image with a link back to this site.

Free Printable Cute Elf on the Shelf Christmas Tradition Ideas

The holiday season is a time of joy, family, and tradition. But for some of us, it can be a little stressful too. There are endless to-do lists, cooking, baking, shopping, wrapping gifts, and more! This fun Elf on the Shelf tradition is a great way to get your family into the Christmas spirit! However, it can be hard to keep up with this daily tradition.  Well don’t worry any longer here is a list of super easy ideas to be ready on December 1st.

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