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    18 Printables To Seriously Up Your Elf On The Shelf Game

    Take your elf to the next shelf.

    1. A rocket ship.

    For those times your elf needs to get to the North Pole on the double. Download the free printable here.

    2. A kissing booth.

    A kiss may be 5 cents, but the printable is free.

    3. A warning letter from Santa.

    Download naughty (and nice) letters from Santa for $5 here.

    4. A Minecraft head.

    Find the free printable here (just scroll down).

    5. Captain America's mask and shield.

    Help your elf join The Avengers by downloading the free printable here.

    6. Good deed cards.

    Download the free printables here to turn your tots into Tiny Tim's.

    7. A Minecraft Santa head.

    Beat the system and download the free printable here.

    8. Spider-man's mask.

    "Here comes the Spider-Elf!!!" Download the free printable here.

    9. Magic elf dust instructions.

    If you or one of your kids accidentally touches your elf and he loses his power, you can revive him with a little magic elf dust. Learn more, and download the free printable here.

    10. An elf-sized "kiss" box.

    Your kids will take their elf obsession to the next level when he starts leaving them gifts. Download the free printable here.

    11. Photo props.

    Perfect for taking "elfies." Download the printables for $3 here.

    12. A lemonade stand.

    Warning: Elf lemonade is heavy on the sugar. Download the free printable here.

    13. Christmas themed cutouts.

    Up your elf's photo booth game. Download free printables for Santa, a reindeer, penguin, and snowman here.

    14. Frozen themed cutouts.

    You can find the Olaf printable here and the Elsa printable here. Both are $2.

    15. Elf on the shelf jokes.

    "What is green, covered in tinsel, and goes 'Ribbet, ribbet?'" "A mistle-toad!" Download 25 of these free printable jokes (one for each day) here.

    16. Notes from Santa.

    Get these cool printables (personalized with your kid's name) here for $5.

    17. A "magic seeds" letter from Santa.

    This free printable tells your kids to plant "magic seeds" (aka chocolate chips) in a bowl of sugar. When your kids wake the next morning they will discover the seeds have sprouted into gingerbread men.

    18. An elf-sized donut box.

    Grab the free box printable here, then cover Cheerios with frosting and sprinkles to make mini elf donuts.

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