Christmas Elf antics in the Kitchen!

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Tags: elf on a shelfelfChristmaskitchen

Naughty Christmas Elves have become as regular a family tradition as trees and tinsel! They usually arrive on the 1st December, sent on a special mission from the North Pole with instructs from Santa to keep an eye on your children’s behaviour in the lead up to Christmas!

Some Elves are helpful, others are mischievous. Here are some clever Elf on the Shelf ideas that you can recreate in your kitchen:

 

Create an Airport Runway with fairy lights on your kitchen centre island – it will require some effort but is really is very cute!

Source: http://beautifullybeingmom.com/2017/12/23/elf-on-the-shelf/

 

Where are you Mr. Elf??? What a great idea!

Source: http://melanielee86.blogspot.com/2012/12/elf-on-shelf-day-7.html

 

This is one busy baker Elf (or sleep deprived parent)!!

Source: https://www.thebump.com/a/elf-on-the-shelf-ideas

 

If you don’t mind a huge mess, then this Elf Snowball fight using icing sugar and marshmallows will definitely be a hit with the kids!

Source: http://beautifullybeingmom.com/2017/12/23/elf-on-the-shelf/

 

Games night - Christmas Elf Edition! I wonder who is winning?!?

Source: https://veggiesociety.com/easy-funny-elf-on-the-shelf-ideas/

 

Woken up only to realise you forgot to set the scene! This is a great last minute save that can be done in a matter of seconds!

Source: http://beautifullybeingmom.com/2017/12/23/elf-on-the-shelf/

Just a relaxing summer day at the duck pond!

Source: http://bollingwith5.blogspot.com/2016/12/more-elf-on-shelf.html

 

Friday movie night fun!

Source: https://www.thebump.com/a/elf-on-the-shelf-ideas

 

Taking a rest in the cutlery draw until the kids get their spoons for breakfast!

Source: http://www.1happyheart.com/the-elf-on-the-shelf/

 

 

Has your Elf done any interesting, helpful or mischievous things in your kitchen this year? We’d love to see – so please post your pictures and tag us!

 

 

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