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Independent Toy Awards winner International Elf Service unveils 2020 collection

The UK independent and recent winner of a Gold Award at the Independent Toy Awards, the International Elf Service, has unveiled its seventh edition 2020 collection of personalised Christmas Elf letter bundles.

Last week, the firm was awarded the Gold Award in this year’s Toy Shop UK Independent Toy Awards 2020, placing first in the Advent Calendar category for its range of eco-friendly, personalised Christmas Letters.

International Elf Service has now launch the latest 2020 collection of handcrafted and hand illustrated letters, billing it as the ‘ultimate secret Christmas gift,’ for its promotion of family time and imaginative play.

‘International Elf Service doesn’t focus on behaviour or a naughty or nice list. Instead, these captivating Elf letters combine delightful storytelling and illustrations with the excitement of family traditions: igniting imagination and creating magical moments and childhood memories to treasure forever,’ read a statement from the firm.

International Elf Service Christmas Elf Letters are created using 100 per cent recycled paper, eco-friendly renewable twine, natural wood filler spirals and beautiful sustainable gift boxes.

The new 2020 collection will allow children to follow the adventures of Elfie and the other Elves as they encounter the Tremendously Tall Tree House Tea Party, or read all about how the Mining Elves harvest Cinnamon from tree roots, among more.

Each International Elf Service Letter Bundle comes with a certificate from the Postmaster General, a map of the North Pole village and more.

The International Elf Service Christmas Elf Letter Bundles have now also been shortlisted for Best Innovative Toy Design at this year’s Junior Design Awards.

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