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Inside: Free Elf on the Shelf printables that your kids are going to love this Christmas. Including hello and goodbye letters, little notes, coloring pages and fun props. These free printables will help you make the most of your Elf’s visit whilst also giving you some easy Elf on the Shelf ideas to put into action.
There are so many things to organize over Christmas and if you are a family that hosts an Elf, you might be dreading his arrival.
There are lots of easy ideas that you can undertake to ensure that the Elf doesn’t keep you up all night organizing his next position. These free Elf on the Shelf printables will certainly help you with that.
These printable’s are also great to use if you are stuck for ideas, as some of them you can keep handy and use several times during his visit. A lot of these ideas contain Elf on the Shelf DIY props which means you can keep them out of sight, and grab them when you need them.
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1. Elf on The Shelf Arrival Letter
One of the best Elf on the Shelf DIY props is a welcome letter. A welcome letter is a great way to introduce the Elf to the family and explain what is happening.
Luckily, I have a free printable Elf on the shelf letter just for you.
2. Elf on The Shelf Goodbye Letter
It is always a good idea to have some kind of memorable end to the Elf’s stay and an easy way of doing this is to have a goodbye letter. This makes it clear to the kids that the Elf will be returning to the North Pole, but also thanks the kids for a great stay.
You can obtain a printable goodbye letter that coordinates in style with the welcome letter.
3. Elf Kisses Printable
These Elf kisses by “I heart Naptime” are a great way to greet the kids after a year away. If this is not the first time the Elf has visited, then this is a great way to mix up the greeting.
They can however be used at any time during the Elf’s visit, so keep them up your sleeve for when you need something different.
4. Elf on The Shelf Printable Coloring Pages
Kids love coloring, so these Elf coloring pages by “I Heart Naptime” would be a perfect little gift for the Elf to bring one morning.
There are four adorable Elf printable designs to choose from.
5. Elf on The Shelf Bag Toppers
These Elf on the Shelf bag toppers by “This Worthey Life” are perfect to use as little gifts. If you would like your little Elf to bring some fun treats to the kids, then this is a great way to do it.
The Elf printable bag toppers can be used several times during his stay. This is an idea that won’t get boring.
6. Elf on The Shelf Backdrops
These easy Elf on the Shelf backdrops by “This Mamma Loves” are super easy and effective. Simply print off one of the backdrops (yes there are TWO to choose from), and sit your little Elf in front of them.
7. Printable Cards
These Elf on the Shelf printable cards by “This Worthey Life” are great to have printed off and used at the last minute if you need a quick and easy idea.
On the card write an item that belongs to the kids, which the Elf has hidden and they need to find. It will have them excitedly racing around the house trying to locate the mischief that their cheeky Elf has been up to.
8. Elf on The Shelf Christmas Book List
For something a little different, how about using this Elf on the Shelf Christmas book list by “4 The Love of Food Blog”. Rather than having your Elf move into a new position each night, read a Christmas story and add it to the list.
Do this instead of having the Elf move, or in addition to. Either way, it’s something new and fun for the kids.
9. Elf on The Shelf Dunk Tank
This free printabe Elf on the Shelf dunk tank by “This Mamma Loves” is hilarious. Instructions are included for you to create the little dunk tank, then top off with some mini marshmallows.
This one will certainly create some laughs with the kids.
10. Elf Candy Jail
This Elf on the Shelf candy jail printable is another good one from “This Mamma Loves”.
Did the Elf cause a bit of mischief last night? Why not send him to candy cane jail tonight. The kids will find this hilarious.
These free Elf on the Shelf printable’s will certainly help to make your Elf’s stay a lot more memorable.
The kids will love them and you will love how easy they are to create leaving you with more time to organize all your other Christmas commitments.Let’s stay in touch. Did you love these free Elf on the Shelf printables? Sign up to the newsletter to not only gain access to all the free printable’s on the blog, but also to be kept updated with other easy holiday and party ideas.