Running out of fun ideas for your Elf on the Shelf? It’s almost Elf time again so here is a round up of some of our fave Elf poses for you to try this December.
Introducing Elf Pets
This year our Elf on the Shelf has brought a puppy along for the Christmas fun! This adorable St Bernard is going to be helping Elfie get up to some mischief, but his most important job is to remind the kids to do a good deed every day. Elfie will report any behaviour, good or bad to Santa, but our new St Bernard will remind the kids to actively do something kind for someone else. He just needs a name!
Elf versus toys sack race (via Picklehead Soup)
We love this paper bag sack race – so simple and cheap. Make sure to find paper bags with squared off bottoms to help the toys balance!
Elf under siege (via Jennifer Saintz Photography)
A little bit of tape and a few little army men can go a long way when it comes to Elf on the Shelf fun.
Elf gets Christmas crafty (via Shannon Hilton Blog)
If you have some kiddy scissors this is a perfect set up for some Christmas craft for your elf.
Reading a festive book (via The Arthur Clan)
Got some Christmas themed books? Set the Elf up for some festive reading. This is perfect for when you’ve run out of time and ideas for your elf!
Midnight snack for Elf (via NatalMe)
What does your Elf like to eat? Bonus points if you can find a Christmas themed snack!
A friendly game of Connect 4 (via Lil Blue Boo)
Or any board game can work really! Find a toy to challenge your Elf and set it up!
Up, up and away (via Peanut Blossom)
If you have party supplies cupboard, this one is super easy. You can use a balloon if you don’t have any paper lanterns.
8 Elf has a Shower (via She Knows)
The bathroom is a fun place to hide the Elf – it’s one of the last places the kids will think to look for him.
Elf plays some Christmas Carols (via She Knows)
Got a musical instrument in the house? Get the Elf onto some festive tunes.
Elf is taken Prisoner (via Peanut Blossom)
If your Elf has been a bit cheeky this season, tie him up with some string and make a small army of angry toys. The kids will love it.