Free Elf on the Shelf Printable

Tomorrow my kiddies will meet their Elf on the Shelf for the first time and I am beyond excited to share with you this adorable idea on how to make the moment a memory they will not forget.

I came across this website a few months back when I was searching for ideas for our printable Christmas Collection. Jessica of Little Pumpkin Grace shared her “North Pole Breakfast” and I knew immediately this would be our new tradition.

The basic purpose of the North Pole Breakfast is to introduce or re-introduce your little one with their elf, remind them to be thoughtful and listen to there Mom and Dad, plus share a special breakfast brought directly from the North Pole just for them. You can check out Jessica’s full post from 2010 Here and 2011 Here - you won’t be disappointed I promise!!


I created these printable for my little lovies first official North Pole Breakfast and I am so excited to share them. The letter from there Elf on the Shelf as well as the gift tags has editable text areas to add your own information.  Click here to download your Free North Pole Breakfast Kit

***Please note, these items are designed to be viewed in the latest version of Adobe Reader. {For all my MAC friends, the editable text areas will not work in Previewer}
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Cathy C.


  1. Lisa G says:

    Cathy this is so cute! I had to whip up some of my own last night and then I saw this today! I will definately be using it next year. We started the North Pole breakfast tradition this year too! I linked your post to my very {new} blog!

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. heather weltzin says:

    Thanks for sharing the printables! I am starting this tradition tonight and have all of the fun breakfast supplies so your printables have helped complete the “elf” task. Thank you, thank you!

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