Elf on the Shelf: Elfy’s Activity Tonight (Plus Buy Your Own and Start a Christmas Tradition!)


Let the games being!! We started the Elf on the Shelf Tradition this year and here is “Elfy’s” activity tonight….that’s his name.  😉

I will be sharing his activities with you hopefully every day, if I can get my kiddos to be good so he’ll come back from Santa’s every night.

If you want to get in on the fun you can buy your Elf on the Shelf here from Amazon.

Be sure to check out the other naughty activities Elfy has been doing here (and for more ideas)!

Haven’t got a clue what I’m talking about (I swear I haven’t just lost my mind)….read more about it here:

Year after year, children and adults alike are baffled by the mystery of how Santa really knows who’s been naughty or nice. After much urging by the elves and Mrs. Claus, Santa has allowed his biggest secret to be revealed in The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition. At the start of each Christmas season, the elf appears to serve as Santa’s eyes and ears, traveling back to the North Pole each and every night to make a detailed report of the day’s activities. This keepsake gift set includes a light skin, blue eyed girl North Pole pixie scout elf and a hardbound watercolor picture book. Children can register their elf online to receive an official adoption certificate and a special letter from Santa.

Before the family awakes each morning, their special scout elf will fly back to their home from the North Pole. However, since these elves like to play games, don’t expect to find them in the same spot!  While some like to hide in the freezer (probably because it reminds them of the North Pole) and others prefer to sit on the fireplace mantle or hang from the chandelier, these elves love to play hide-and-seek with their families. 
Be sure to let us know your ideas!

Comments

  1. Let us know how that cleans up. I thought of doing that in sugar or salt; afraid the flour would be a hard clean up.

  2. This was our elf’s activity tonight! 🙂

  3. Tricia M. Melton says

    My friend did this last week and came home to find her 5-year-old pure-bred Boxer DEAD! When they picked up the dog, flour puffed out from his nose. It apparently got into his lungs and killed him! Please use granulated sugar, salt or sprinkles–anything that isn’t as light as flour or powdered sugar–so that it cannot be inhaled by your fur babies! Or better yet, skip this one completely.

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