And suddenly, there were 3. If one Elf on the Shelf wasn’t enough, my house has been taken over with three of them. They have clothes, and a reindeer, if I’m not careful, they’re going to have an Elf on the Shelf sports car. I thought it was about time that I sit down and compile an Elf on the Shelf Guide for my own sanity, and of course for yours.
I’m beginning to wonder though, if these elves are a bit like Furby. Don’t get them wet. Don’t feed them after midnight.
The Elf on the Shelf Guide
Let’s start with fashion, shall we? Every elf needs a thing or two to wear, don’t miss this list of Elf on the Shelf Clothes so your elves can be dressed in their holiday finest.
The elves in our lives are always up to something. They find elf trouble often. Here’s a list of 50 things of Elf on the Shelf activities!
Don’t get me wrong, we love having them around. The love to sleep with the cats, bake, go rappelling and even climb the Christmas tree! Apparently everyone’s elves are this active, because I’ve learned over the years of 25 things for the Elf on the Shelf from other bloggers.
To be honest, I’m not sure how to make your Elf on the Shelf move, I’ve always thought it was magic. But maybe others know!
I’d love to hear from you about the things your elf or elves have done at your house!