Elf on the Shelf
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Elf on the Shelf: December Seek and Find. This day with our elves was bittersweet—as it was the last day that they were here with us. They left us a seek-and-find similar to last year’s Dollhouse seek-and-find.
Elf on the Shelf: Girls’ Night Out. The night of this scene, our Elf on the Shelf, Winter got a night off and got to go out on the town with some friends of hers.
On this day, a few days before Christmas, our Elf on the Shelf sibling duo ‘ducked’ our halls. My kids found them in our entryway. This scene probably only took 10-20 minutes for them to set up.
It’s the most magical time of the year, and you can feel the holiday cheer in the air. This year, there’s something special coming - it’s the Elf on the Shelf! For generations, the Elf on the Shelf has been a beloved tradition in many households. He’s here to help make your holiday season even brighter, bringing laughter and joy to all the children with the help of his mischievous antics. So get ready to unbox the holiday surprise and get ready to meet your magical Elf on the Shelf!
Elf on the Shelf: The Polar Express. Today our Elf on the Shelf sibling duo took a ride on The Polar Express. They had their golden tickets that said, “BELIEVE”, their bell necklaces, and their hot cocoa—as thick and rich as melted chocolate bars. They were sitting on a white tablecloth in our dining room.
Elf on the Shelf: Sushi Night. Today our Elf on the Shelf Duo found their way into my son’s bedroom. They were having a Sushi Night in a restaurant or kitchen type of setting. I love that they are sitting on Zabutons (Japanese rectangular floor pillows) next to a Chabudai (a low Japanese table).
Elf on the Shelf: Snowboarding the Halfpipe. Our elves, Pepper and Winter, a sibling Elf on the Shelf duo, really made my day today… because I LOVE snowboarding! I used to snowboard about 4-6 times a week. At one time I was competing on an amateur level and instructing others with snowboarding lessons.
Elf on the Shelf: Never Touch a Polar Bear. Polar bears and elves, what a cute combo. The elves are riding on the polar bears in their pajamas; the polar bears are in the faux snow.
Elf on the Shelf: Tea Party. This morning, our Elf on the Shelf sibling duo, Pepper and Winter, found their way into my three-year-old’s room. It was so cute to see them having a tea party with my daughter’s dolls. My daughter absolutely loved that they were finally in her room!
Elf on the Shelf: Toy Inventory. This year, our Elves were asked to take inventory for Santa. They left a note that said, “Instead of making toys this year, Santa has asked us to do an inventory”. This scene was really fun for my kids to look at and investigate. They spent at least an hour or two cumulatively looking at the scene.
Elf on the Shelf: Yurt Camping. Camping in a yurt would be such a fun experience. Our Elf on the Shelf Duo must have thought so as well. They found their way into our front sitting room. and setup and went camping in a yurt.
Elf on the Shelf: The Floor is Lava! The day before this Elf on the Shelf scene, my kids were playing the Floor is Lava in our living room with the pillows that normally go on our couch. It’s a game they often play; it’s one of my three-year-old daughter’s favorite games.
Elf on the Shelf: Bubblegum. Our Elf on the Shelf duo found themselves in a bit of a predicament this morning… Pepper got stuck inside a bubble while holding a gumball machine; and Winter got stuck inside a gumball machine while holding a bubblegum ball.
How does an Elf on the Shelf go Christmas Tree shopping? In a one-horse open sleigh of course. They take their sleigh ride over the river and through the wood and dash through the snow until they spot their oh-so-lovely Christmas Tree.