December 11: “What will Santa bring me for Christmas”? Madame Elf sees a wonderful Christmas present in your future. The stars will align on Christmas Eve, and she predicts Santa will bring you something special.
- Yet another shout out to Jo at Not Your Mothers Barbie for sewing and creating my custom order request for an elf fortune teller costume! She did a wonderful job creating my vision!
- Fortune teller candles, crystal ball, potions, Ouija board purchased from The Boutique Bizarre.
- Fortune Teller sign found on Pinterest.
- Tarot cards found at DarkTarot.com
My friend Shannon, at The Dolly Cottage, just emailed me to share what she finished making. She made these adorable, miniature Elf on the Shelf dolls, doll boxes and books. I wanted to share it with you all, because I think they are simply a little work of art! If you want a little elf for your child’s Barbie or dolls, or for your elf (who says elves don’t have elves too?) here’s the link: Miniature Elf on the Shelf Dolls
Please tell her I sent you!
December 10: “I never thought it was such a bad little tree. It’s not bad at all, really. Maybe it just needs a little love.” Snoopy, Woodstock, Charlie Brown elf and Lucy elf are gathered around the little tree. “It’s not what’s under the Christmas tree that matters. It’s who’s around it.”
- A Charlie Brown Christmas book and tree kit purchased at Amazon.com.
- Snoopy and doghouse purchased at eBay.com
- Woodstock purchased at eBay.com
- Boy elf hat purchased at Amazon.com
- Boy elf vest is a Christmas ornament purchased at Michael’s
- Girl yellow coat purchased at Amazon.com
- Girl black beret purchased at Aelabaras.
Ahoy me matey! A YO HO HO HO! Board ye pirate ship and away we go. Buckle ye bootstraps, and sharpen ye swords. Find ye treasure and chart ye course. Heave ho, raise the flag up high, and put ye patch over ye eye. Sailing is an adventure, a pirate’s free. Wandering across waters, a pirates life for ye.
- Compass, hook, telescope, eye patch, and red and white striped bandanna purchased from the Wondermint Shoppe.
- Boy elf pirate clothes purchased from Blue Pumpkin, LLC.
- Girl elf pirate clothes purchased from Dainty Dimples.
- The boat is actually a wooden shelf that I painted brown. It’s made by Nicole™ Crafts (14 inch Wood Boat 104781207) and can be purchased at A.C. Moore.
- Kinetic Sand purchased from Amazon.
- Treasure chest and coins purchased from MyBayer2008.
- Green parrot purchased from Jindia.
December 8: Lights, ornaments and garland galore. The elves are decorating from ceiling to floor. They are helping each other with happiness and glee. They are helping each other decorate their tree. The time has come; soon Santa will make his way, so the elves are getting ready for a Merry Christmas Day.
This one isn’t mine, but one TOTALLY worth sharing! This Stranger Elf Things belongs to Mishelle Wyatt Williams, whom is a member of an Elf Facebook Group with me called Elf on the Shelf Ideas by organizedCHAOSonline. If you’d like to check out more of Mishelle’s wonderful elf antics, please LIKE her Facebook page, Jingle & Belle’s Holiday Page.
December 7: “We all float down here. You’ll float too!” This was thee one elf scene my son requested. Stephen King’s IT frightened me as a child. As an adult, I’m privileged to have experienced both the classic move and remake with my son. This past fall, IT was the first scary movie he seen in the theater. He enjoyed the movie so much, he was Pennywise for Halloween. I hope he enjoys this rendition of Elf Pennywise and Elf Georgie.
- A big pat on the back goes to Jo at Not Your Mothers Barbie for sewing and creating my custom order request for an elf Pennywise costume! She did a wonderful job creating my vision!
- Georgie rain jacket purchased at Amazon.com