Are you running out of Elf on the Shelf ideas already?
It’s basically bound to happen
There are 25 days to fill if you start on December 1st, and even more if you start shortly after Thanksgiving.
That’s why I am here! To scour Pinterest for the BEST Elf on the Shelf Ideas.
In today’s post I give you my favorites, of the two sites I am sharing with you guys today. They have Easy and Creative Elf on the Shelf ideas for my fellow parents out there. Please Follow their blogs as they are all credits to them. Happy Holidays!
31 Day Blog Challenge?
I am so b e y o n d o v e r it…
It’s the holidays and I am just over trying to complete it!! If there were any days that you guys REALLY wanted to hear, I will absolutely answer!
As parents I feel like we’re always searching for other ways to get our kids to listen. I don’t know what is so different about when I was little to now,-but kids seem to have a harder time just doing what they are supposed to do.
Which I think is why Elf on the shelf was created. It gives children an extra incentive to do better at home.
I have never done it for Little A, Baby J is still young of course, but I am watching my niece do it this year and it looks SO fun. I love coming up with different ideas on where to put the elf.
Until I feel like your four days in… and then you’ve run out of ideas and still many days to go! Since I am taking a hiatus on the 31 Day Blog Challenge, I’ve decided to post a few different sites each day with Elf on the Shelf Ideas!
“On the First Day of Elf on the Shelf”
we looked at
She has a REALLY cute list of ideas.
A cotton ball igloo hut (seriously so cute)
a cotton ball bathtub in the crock pot, complete with a rubber ducky and a towel (Elf hair care is important too)
next to the creamer bottle in the fridge-wrapped in a wash cloth blanket. (brrr , thanks for the ‘morning jo’ help, Elf.)
Holidays are the best! Such a bright time, so easy to find affordable and free events around town. With lighting ceremonies and holiday concerts, so cheery.
Has a slideshow of creative ideas!
A few I really loved
Rock climbing up the wall with Gift Bows, SO cute and simple.
A puzzle, that way you can put it together later. I love a reason to do things as a family!
A melted snowman, simple but I am sure it will get the little ones talking!
Are you doing elf on the shelf with your kids? What are some of your ideas? Share in the comments!
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