We all know and love our Elves who come to visit for the month of December. These sneaky little elves are sent to keep an eye on little ones and report back to Santa, but after dark – they can be a little mischievous.
Parents (i.e. elf helpers) are constantly trying to find new and creative ways to help these elves find holiday fun around the home, here are some of our favorites.
What kid wouldn’t love to wake up to a scavenger hunt for candy canes?
Even elves need to take a shower every once in a while!
Looks like elf decided to gather up some friends and have a race, wonder who is going to win this one.
Whoops! Elf got into a mess (again), when he tried to shave like daddy.
Silly little elf is having a little too much fun with the family pictures and a white board marker.
At least he is keeping everyone in shape and happy by giving the dogs a walk.
Mini elf cookies can be made from premade cookie dough and a icing tip as a cookie cutter. Just five minutes in the oven and a shot glass for milk.
Elf and Barbie on a hot syrup date night in the kitchen.
Look at how helpful elf can be by feeding the dog (with a backhoe).
Who doesn’t love a s’more? Even elves can enjoy a little mallow roasting.
This gives a whole new meaning to potato sack racing.
If your little ones need a reminder on how to make sure they are on the nice list, have elf send them a note with a few tips.
Someone was up late reading a few of his favorite books.
Help elf make a tiny chain for counting down the days until Christmas.
Looks like elf was up late watching a movie all about himself! This is a great way to surprise your little ones with a new Christmas movie.
Elf is spending his free time going fishing!
You don’t need snow to make a snow angel, Elf helped himself to the powdered sugar to create an indoor snow angel.
Elf is looking to get himself a new wardrobe by trying on some doll clothes.
Lunch is ready! Elf is very helpful at filling lunch boxes with random pantry items.
Getting his chores done after a long day.
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