Elf on a Shelf Printables
Meet Jasper Jingleberry he’s my classroom Elf on a Shelf and he’s here to present to you some nifty printables from the North Pole! Jasper Jingleberry is back for 2017 sporting some sweet treats for your house elf experience. Have you gotten in too deep with this whole Elf on a Shelf fiasco? I know the kids love it but it sure can be a hassle for some parents and family members to put together a new and unique experience each time your elf performs a mischievous act. Well I’ve created some fun paper crafts to help you out, they are sure to wow your little ones this holiday season!
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Here I have for you three fun papercrafts to get you started on creating some fun family moments. The kids will be amazed at how well their elf can manage to surprise his onlookers. First you’ll notice the elf giving away free snowballs, what a kind thing to do. I guess he’s gone through the trouble of shaping those snowballs for you haha! Create a lovely scene with pom-poms to get the snowball fight going. Then we have the elf riding around in his cool convertible toy car, he must have borrowed this ride from Santa! Lastly elf is all dressed up in his snowman attire, I think he wants to be a part of that family of snowpeople outside on the front lawn!
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Step 1. Be sure to cut out all of the shapes with a scissor or craft knife.
Step 2. For the snowball stand. Score on all of the dotted lines, cut on the solid black lines on either side of the auning. Fold the auning up and glue in place. Bend the sides back. Glue on the extra flaps for support. I folded the extra flaps in half and glued them to the bottom of the side flaps.
Step 3. For the car, score on all of the dotted lines, then fold. Apply glue to all of the flaps and glue the flaps to the corresponding side. Glue windshield to the front of the car.
Step 4. For the snowman costume, cut out the gray circle where the face should be. Wrap the body of the snowman around a toilet tube and secure with tacky glue. Bend your elf to fit inside of the toilet tube. Glue on the included stick arms if you’d like.
Step 5. Make a scarf, sunglasses and other props with felt, foam, pom-poms and pipe cleaners!
I hope you have an incredibly magical experience with your little ones while trying out these printables this holiday season! Be sure to share the fun and tell me all about your moments of wonder!
I'm John, an artist and art educator. The Art Dream is here to spark creativity and inspire the little artist inside of you!
Elf on a Shelf Printables
Meet Jasper Jingleberry he’s my classroom Elf on a Shelf and he’s here to present to you some nifty printables from the North Pole! In this set you’ll get the “Free Snowballs” stand, the snow car and the snowman costume! They are sure to delight any child who has an elf visiting their home for the holiday season!
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