The other day I shared what Josie our elf did for days 1-10. Today I thought I’d share her antics for days 11-20 for some last minute elf on the shelf ideas.
Day 11: Josie was writing a “naughty and nice list”. Mia’s friends from school were on the nice list, while Scrooge, the Grinch, and others were on the naughty list.
Day 12: Josie was caught hiding in a present under the Christmas tree.
Day 13: We found Josie the bungee jumping Elf over our stairs.
Day 14: Josie was making Playdoh cookies on the kitchen table.
Day 15: Josie was found in a winter scene in a jar in the kitchen.
Day 16: Josie was reading some reindeer “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” for the 50th nniversary of the show.
Day 17: Josie was having fun sliding down the staircase railing.
Day 18: Josie was caught stacking Christmas cups.
Day 19: Josie was inside a caged candle holder.
Day 20: Josie was hiding up in a wreath over the fireplace mantel.
More Elf on the Shelf:
Elf on the Shelf First Day Idea – A cute poem and FREE printable for your elf’s arrival.
Ten Easy Elf on the Shelf Ideas – From being chased by reindeer to building a fort with Christmas cards, these ten ideas are clever, but simple.
No Sew Elf on the Shelf Skirt – The Elf on the Shelf clothing you can buy at the store is so expensive. This is a quick and easy no sew tutorial for how to make an apron skirt for pennies.
How to Make Elf Shoes – One day Mia asked why Josie did have shoes. The next day she showed up with a new pair!
Best Elf on the Shelf Ideas – This post shows the first night our elf showed up and nine other adorable ideas including a letter our elf wrote after a day of my daughter misbehaving.
Elf on the Shelf Bad Day Poem with Printable – Speaking of misbehaving, I ended up creating this FREE printable with a poem from your elf for the day after your child(ren) has been not so nice.
Unique Elf on the Shelf Ideas- Some creative ideas I did for Days 1-10, 2014.
Two Dozen Easy Elf on a Shelf Ideas – Two dozen ideas that are helpful, especially when you forget and need a quick move!
Elf on a Shelf Ideas – This is the first Elf on the Shelf post I ever wrote and includes 7 ideas incorporating my daughter’s toys and games.
The Elf on the Shelf Tradition – I wrote this after my daughter’s first year of Elf on the Shelf. This post includes a cute goodbye letter for the final night, including a special “baked” tray of mini gingerbread cookies.