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North Pole Breakfast 2019 – Free Elf on the Shelf Printables

We started our North Pole Breakfast tradition 8 years ago. I can still remember the look on my kids faces as they saw what their elf had created. Since then I have created three different North Pole Breakfast printable sets, and just reused them over the years. The jig is up at our house and I never in a million years thought I would be sad about not having that silly Elf on the Shelf move every night. The good news is, they specifically asked if we were still have a North Pole Breakfast. Uhmm, yeah we are! I’m fairly certain it’s because it is the only time they are allowed candy for breakfast.  They are pre-teens and I have to accept any win I can, no matter how small. 

North Pole Breakfast 2019

In order to pass the torch to my bestie and her two sweet girls, I completely redesigned the North Pole Breakfast printable set this year and added some adorable stuff along the way.

North Pole Breakfast Sign

I wanted this years set to be simple and whimsical.  I used my favorite deep red and cute Christmas icons to create the North Pole Breakfast Sign and designed the rest from there.

Instead of a letter, this set includes this adorable postcard from your Elf on the Shelf. All of the text is editable so your elf can personalize the postcard themselves using Adobe Reader (a free program).

North Pole Breakfast Favor Tag

Along with the editable postcard, this set also includes an editable favor tag and printable Christmas wish list that your Elf on the Shelf can bring back to Santa.

North Pole Breakfast Directional Sign

My absolute favorite part of the whole set are these adorable North Pole Directional Signs and small snowball labels. They were a last minute add, but I think they make the whole set.

North Pole Breakfast Printable

I hope our printable North Pole Breakfast set inspires you to create your own tradition with your family.

Here is a link to the 2019 Printable North Pole Breakfast Set and a list of all the products we used.

Pottery Barn Kids – Placemats, Charger, Santa Plate, Napkins, Glittery Cup
Walmart – White Santa Mug
Target – Candy Containers

Not what your looking for? We also created three other sets that might suit your needs.

Thanks for stopping by!

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Elf on the Shelf North Pole Breakfast – 2013

Christmas is right around the corner, can you believe it?  This Saturday our elf on the shelf Chippy finally came back and brought a fabulous “candy breakfast” for my two little sweeties.  Normally, Chippy and me have all our shit together.   This year we are a hot mess.  After searching the basement for 3 hours I found our elf on the shelf hiding in a Christmas Cookie tin.  Exactly where I would hide if I wanted to stay near the Christmas stuff  but in a place where no child dare look…if I was a magical elf of course.   Once Chippy was found (1 AM) it was time to create a magical North Pole Breakfast.  I whipped up a printable sign and letter using elements from an old Christmas design (it’s now pushing 2AM).  The super awesome breakfast consisted of powder sugar doughnuts, peeps on a pretty red and white lollipop stick, Hershey kisses,  candy canes, hot chocolate and milk in a fancy bottle dipped in sugar (hallelujah it’s 3am, and I am finally done!). Ooops, Chippy forgot to get the kids a gift.   Everyone was up early (of coarse they were) and super excited to see that there friendly elf on the shelf had indeed not forgot them this holiday season.

Elf on the Shelf Breakfast by 505-design.com

Elf on the Shelf Breakfast by 505-design.com

Elf on the Shelf Breakfast by 505-design.com

Elf on the Shelf Breakfast by 505-design.com

Elf on the Shelf Breakfast by 505-design.com

With all of the madness, scrambling around and lack of gifts my kids both thought this was the “best breakfast Chippy has ever brought us”.  Seriously? I almost feel foolish for the hours I spent last year getting everything together.  All they really wanted was powder doughnuts, who knew.

Free Elf on the Shelf by 505-design.com

Here are the free printables I used, good luck creating your own magically elf awesomeness.

***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}
Click here to download Adobe Reader.
Made by 505 Design+Paperie and customized by you.

Enjoy! Cathy C

 

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North Pole Breakfast 2012

Our friendly little elf Chippy came back yesterday and my kids were full of excitement  and lots of sugar.  They have been asking for the last month when he would return, so they could “have candy for breakfast”.  Sorry about the dark photos.  As they get older it’s so much harder to be sneak these things in the daylight.

North Pole Breakfast 2012 | 505-design.com

North Pole Breakfast 2012 | 505-design.com

North Pole Breakfast 2012 | 505-design.com

Little Miss Sassy Pants was the first one awake followed closely by the Little Guy (who does not look very little).

North Pole Breakfast 2012 | 505-design.com

Adding to the North Pole Breakfast each kiddie received a new Christmas plate this year – the Santa cup was from 2011’s breakfast.

North Pole Breakfast 2012 | 505-design.com

In their boxes Chippy sent a new ornament, some holiday pencils, coloring book and Christmas socks.

North Pole Breakfast 2012 | 505-design.com

This is probably my favorite moment from the whole morning   Without any prompting they both looked up and thanked Chippy for the gifts, how sweet are they? (he was hanging in the light over looking the table).

North Pole Breakfast 2012 | 505-design.com

Don’t Forget the FREE North Pole Breakfast Printable

thanks for stopping by! Cathy C.

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Elf on the Shelf Breakfast Printables

Our friendly little elf  is hard at work preparing for the second annual North Pole Breakfast.  My kiddies have been talking about “Chippy” nonstop for the past month, they are so gitty with excitement!  I am not exactly sure what he will bring us this year let just say it will have something to do with an Elves four main food groups – Candy, Candy Canes, Candy Corn and Syrup.  If you are planning your own Elf on the Shelf Breakfast here is a free printable I created to help you get started.

Elf on the Shelf Letter 2012

***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}
Click here to download Adobe Reader.

Enjoy! Cathy C.