Anyone need an Elf Adoption Certificate for their Elf on a Shelf?
The world goes a little bit Elf on a Shelf mad at this time of year and if you’re the same as me, you probably dread how everyone’s Elf antics are going to fill your Facebook and Instagram feed from the 1st December right through to Christmas Eve.
But… then I remember just how much fun my two used to have with our Elf on a Shelf when they were little. The smiles and anticipation on their faces every morning, when they came downstairs on a December morning, made all the faffing with our elf absolutely worth it.
Which is why, even though my two are way to cool for an Elf this year, I’m still sharing a little bit of Elf on a Shelf content in the run-up to this Christmas.
So, I’ve already shared a secret message from Santa for your Elf to give the kids. They’ll have to crack a secret Christmassy code to get the message though, which gives you the added bonus of some peace and quiet while they work on cracking the code.
And today I’ve got a cheeky little Elf Adoption Certificate, signed by the big guy himself and ready for you to simply print out and fill in so your Elf can officially become part of your family. The kids will love it!
As ever, just click on the image above and you’ll go right to the printable version of your Elf Adoption certificate.
I’ve shared a few Elf on a Shelf posts in the past:
Elf on a Shelf on a budget
70 Elf on a Shelf ideas
What to do if you forget to move you Elf on a Shelf
Elf on a Shelf secret code message
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