See a handful of fun Elf on the Shelf ideas that your kids will fall in love with!
I have a love/hate relationship with our Elf on the shelf. I love seeing my kids excitement and joy when they finally find him. I DON’T love waking up in the middle of the night to the realization that we forgot to move him (it happens more than I want to admit). That being said, having a list of ideas of what to do with the Elf is a life saver for those nights when you wake up in a panic. I can’t wait to share some of the easiest Elf on the Shelf ideas I’ve found.
If you’ve decided that Elf on the Shelf isn’t your thing, check out our Eight great Elf on the Shelf alternatives too.
Easy Elf on the Shelf ideas
THIS is my number one Pin on Pinterest. Apparently everyone loves a good play on words, especially when the Elf on the Shelf is included.
I found a similar Elf on the Shelf image below with a few more fun sayings. If you are looking for Elf on the Shelf ideas with two elves, I’ve got a fun post for you.
I want to share a few Elf on the Shelf ideas that my kids loved.
What is it with kids and poop these days? My daughter rolled on the floor laughing with this one for a long time!
Side note; she insisted on getting that fake poop at Dollar General a few months ago. With all the toys she has and she wanted that!
Oh, and by the way; our Elf’s name is Toot (courtesy of my son when he was 2).
This is our Halloween candy bucket. Apparently our Elf on the shelf likes Chocolate as much as I do!
This Elf on the Shelf idea is hilarious! That being said, it might mean more to kids who could read.
This Elf on the Shelf idea is always cute!
This was our Elf on the Shelf’s first appearance. He apparently got into our Cheerios!
I think our Elf is ready for Christmas, what do you think? I created this Christmas countdown clock on my other website.
Looks like the Elf on the Shelf is enjoying himself! Or should I say he’s enJOYing himself, LOL!
Move over Ken, here comes The Elf!
They say Christmas is the most magical time of year right? I think the Elf on the Shelf would agree with that!