Here’s the last round of Elf on the Shelf ideas for toddlers! I know by this time, you’re running out of ideas. Here’s a few very quick and simple places to stick your elf for the next few days. Also be sure to check out Round 1 and Round 2!
Keep it simple! Have the elf “hide” in their stocking.
If you know you will be having a day where you won’t be needing the oven, have your elf hang out there. For even more fun, put the elf just inside the glass, turn on the oven light and put a little note with giant capital letters “DO NOT USE OVEN!”
Peekaboo! Just hanging out on the stairs, watching you all day long.
Playing a little zen golf by the light of the Leg Lamp. These are in hubby’s office.
I will confess: the baby happened to wake me up at 2am because he’s sick. I remembered that I forgot to move the elf. So I quickly ran downstairs and put the elf on a bookshelf in daddy’s office!
This picture frame is full of photos of Miss O and Little J. It only seemed fitting to have Sprinkle the Elf hang out with them all day.
Lounging on the soundbar under the TV, wishing us a Merry Christmas!
Sitting atop some artwork in our bedroom. The metal pieces provided just the perfect little cubby for Sprinkle to sit in!
Hopefully you found a few ideas from our Elf on the Shelf ideas! Don’t forget to check out Round 1 and Round 2 for more 2-minute toddler-approved Elf on the Shelf ideas. You’re on the home-stretch now! Only a few more days to go until the Elf can go back to the North Pole until next year.
Andrea can always be found with a new craft in front of her, a form of technology on her right and a coffee on her left. This is how she survives suburbia with her two crazy toddlers in tow.