Introducing the elves

As you know from post: “I have a new visitor, the elf …” I now own an elf. But now, I own two.

My first one was this one, who I have named Noel.

Elf colouring

The other one, as I mentioned in the comments of the post linked above, I have named Nick.


Nick is not an “Elf on the Shelf,” instead this one is “Ernie The Elf,” but as I say, I have named this one Nick. This elf, I have never come across, until now. I only heard of “Elf on the Shelf.”

Noel is not very well at the moment. You probably spotted him in the background of the above photo of Nick, with Bob the monkey. Noel is recovering from surgery. You will probably notice in later posts what surgery he had.

More to come later. Have fun. 🙂


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11 thoughts on “Introducing the elves

  1. My mind is going into all sorts of weird places wondering what kind of surgery he got!
    I really, really am starting to wish I’d got one of these so I could try a little photoshoot too. Where’d you get yours from? I did look in a couple of shops the other day but I didn’t spot any (just Elf-related things, like signs and, oddly, clothing accessories for the elves). Looking forward to seeing more! xx

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    1. Bargain Buys is where I got my first one from that I named Noel, but Sweet Explosion sell them too.
      The second one that I named Nick, is from Bargain World, that a work colleague picked up for me.

      If you see the post Noel feeling a bit better, you may see what he has had done. Clue, observe his arms. His legs have been done too. But you won’t see yet with the photos. But you will with his arms. Enjoy future posts. 🙂

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    1. Nice to hear you are enjoying this. I am certainly having fun with this, more than I thought I would.
      I can imagine there will be more fun when it comes to being at work tomorrow night, when a work colleague is back, seeing what her elf has been up to. And another who planned to buy an elf herself yesterday and will join in, so will probably see some of her photos before shift of what her elf has got up to. 🙂

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      1. I can’t share photos from work, but what I can say here, is the elf that was on the cleaners trolley, while she was on annual leave for a couple of days, has been good. Her elf says he has been good, because he is holding a note in his hands saying I’ve been good, with a smiley face. He also has his own feather duster, made by me, which is a little dirty, because he has been cleaning.


      2. She will be laughing when on shift tomorrow night. If she decides to keep her elf on her trolley all year, my next plan will be when she is on an annual leave for a week. If she doesn’t take her elf, she will find it will be holding a board saying, I am on strike, because you did not take me on holiday.

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