Elf On The Shelf Ideas Best Jokes, Elf Ideas, Elf On Shelf Ideas, Elf On The Shelf Pranks, Elf On The Shelf Games

Elf On The Shelf Ideas Best Jokes, Elf Ideas

Elf on the Shelf ideas: Best jokes, pranks and games

Run out of Elf on the Shelf ideas? We have a few.

12/1/2020 10:57:00 PM

Run out of Elf on the Shelf ideas? We have a few.

ELF on the Shelf is a Christmas tradition loved by adults and kids across the world. Here are some of the best Elf on the Shelf ideas.

Sweet toothGet a bowl of chocolate, sweets, popcorn or any snack and have the elf sat next to it.Place the elf’s hand in the bowl and have crumbs or wrappers on the other side of him.The kids will laugh at this greedy little elf stealing the sweets.It’s also an affordable and simple elf idea.

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Elf on the Shelf ideas: Don't let your childrenn touch the elf(Image: Getty)Let it snowOne thing we all associate Christmas with is snow, so you can’t get more festive than having the elf playing in the snow.Make some fake snow out of mini marshmallows or cotton balls, and get creative.

You could have the elf laying in the snow making a snow angel.If you have more time, you could create your own snowman out of craft tools and make it look like the elf has made it.Toilet jokesIf you’re trying to think of a fun way to hide the elf in the bathroom, there are endless ideas online. headtopics.com

Why not string the elf from the shower rail with toilet paper, or have him sat in the bath with a mini shower cap on?Creative elf-parents have fashioned a tiny fishing rod out of a small stick, some string and a paper clip to make a fishing scene in the sink.

Fill up the sink with water and tiny floating fish to complete the picture. Read more: Daily Express »

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