Whether it’s your first year of venturing into the whole thing, or you’re an experienced veteran, you’ll need a few things up your sleeve – so here are 24 days of Elf on the Shelf ideas.
Some people keep it simple, some people go to town, but if you’re planning to go for it this year there are some great Elf on the Shelf ideas here.
My fellow bloggers have helped me out with some brilliant pictures of what they get up to with their Elf on the Shelf.
24 Elf on the Shelf ideas
December 1 – I’M A CELEBRITY, GET ME OUT OF HERE!
December 2 – SNOWBALL FIGHT WITH POM POMS
December 3 – GETTING HANDY WITH THEIR TOOLS
December 4 – SNOW ANGELS WITH FLOUR OR ICING SUGAR
December 5 – JUST HANGING AROUND ON A ROPE SWING
December 6 – GAME OF TWISTER ANYONE?
December 7 – ENJOYING SOME QUIET READING WITH TED
December 8 – GETTING UP TO MISCHIEF WITH FATHER CHRISTMAS AND A LOO ROLL
December 9 – BATH TIME!
December 10 – FUN WITH THE PRINTER
December 11 – COUNTING DOWN TO CHRISTMAS IN ICING SUGAR
December 12 – LIGHTSABER FIGHT WITH DARTH VADER
December 13 – SNOW ANGEL IN SPRINKLES
December 14 – CAPTURED BY STORM TROOPERS
December 15 – RAIDING THE FRIDGE!
December 16 – PLAYING DOMINOS
December 17 – North Pole Breakfast
December 18 – GRATING THE POOR SNOWMAN!
December 19 – CHEEKILY DRINKING AND SMOKING ON THE SHELF WITH YOUR MATES
December 20 – HIDING IN THE FRUIT BOWL
December 21 – CANDY CANES AND MILK FOR BREAKFAST
December 22 – WRITING A FEW CHRISTMAS CARDS
December 23 – HIDING IN THE CHRISTMAS TREE
December 24 – DELIVERING THE CHRISTMAS EVE BOX
And if those aren’t enough to give you a few new Elf on the Shelf ideas, how about this from The Mum Diaries:
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