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    HOLIDAYS

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    Amazing "Ugly Christmas Sweater"

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    GREATEST Elf on the Shelf Ideas I've ever seen!

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    12 days of Christmas gifts for your man.

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    Vampire inspired dinner party - great idea for True Blood and Twilight fans!

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    Bloody Halloween nails

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    Strips of plastic table cloths. So much easier than streamers!

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    Manly Man Stocking Stuffers

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    May have already pinned this, but that's because I love it :)

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    1. Marshmallow fight – marshmallows everywhere 2. Pillow fight – feathers everywhere 3. Nerf gun fight – darts everywhere 4. Laundry fight – clothes everywhere 5. Lipstick on mirror message 6. Crepe paper barricade on their bedroom door that they have to bust through 7. Rearrange story books in ABC order or in a pile of disarray 8. Clean closet or make mess of closet 9. Fill tub with bubbles till the point of explosion 10. Hang from shower nozzle with a towel on 11. Unroll toilet paper roll on the floor, around Christmas tree, etc. 12. Zip down a zip line through the house 13. Caught sneaking candy 14. Eat milk and cookies 15. Organize school clothes – mismatched haha 16. Write a message on the on the snow covered car window 17. Create a paper chain with a bit of a mess to show for it 18. Hang child’s unmentionables on the Christmas tree 19. Hang from chandelier or ceiling fan 20. Make faces on school pictures with a marker 21. Take a spin in toy car/remote control car 22. Play board game with stuffed animal friends or action figures 23. Tea party with stuffed animal friends 24. Read book, newspaper, e-reader, ipad, computer, etc 25. Listen to child’s ipod 26. Play child’s DS/itouch 27. Play video games 28. Draw picture 29. Color in coloring book 30. Dump toybox 31. Create a block tower 32. Switch as out closet clothes (i.e. take chunk of child’s clothes and switch with chunk of sibling or parents clothes) or switch out dresser drawer clothes 33. Hide rocks in shoes 34. Hide one shoe 35. Sit in shoe, holding shoe laces as if going on a sleigh ride 36. Turn everyone shoes into superhero shoes 37. Plant magic seeds with directions to water once a day. On 3rd day something will grow. Secretly plant lollipops on 3rd day. I love this Magic Elf Seeds idea from East Coast Mommy! 38. Make cookies – flour everywhere 39. Make Reindeer food 40. Turn toilet water blue 41. Turn milk blue 42. Take picture of child sleeping 43. Hang out on child’s bedpost 44. Knit a scarf or hat. Not literally, Jen. Come on. 45. Make paper airplanes and fly them around the house 46. Park the car backwards, down the street, crooked, etc. 47. Put toothbrushes in toilet or clean toilet with toothbrushes– yuck (make sure new standbys are waiting in the wings) 48. Type /write an amazing letter of all the wonderful qualities your Elf has witnessed of your child!!!!!!!! 49. Have a package arrive via UPS/US Postal Service – new clothes for your Elf ordered by yours truly. 50. Hide parents phone, keys, or mom’s blow dryer 51. Recreate your family tree that now includes your Elf 52. Nothing. If your elf didn’t move overnight then perhaps their behavior contributed to their elf not moving. 53. Fold clothes, empty dishwasher, vacuum 54. Dust, sweep kitchen 55. Rake leaves/shovel or play in the snow 56. Dance party – music playing & stuffed friends dancing 57. Game day – playing soccer, baseball, basketball, dance, gymnastics, karate, etc in the house 58. Complete child’s homework or add pictures on homework 59. Make phone call 60. Drink Pepsi & milk 61. Run on treadmill/ ride exercise bike 62. Sew on sewing machine 63. Play cards 64. Learn multiplication facts 65. Play dress up – wearing mini homemade reindeer ears, etc. 66. Cover a room with Post-it notes on EVERY wall 67. Watch movie with popcorn & remote control 68. Build something great with Legos 69. Change all clock times 70. Take all the kitchen cabinet knobs off 71. Unscrew all the light blubs 72. Lock car keys in the car (parents have to have good acting skills & time on their side) 73. Tear up child’s old homework 74. Have a friend or relative call child thanking them for your Elf’s white elephant gift (child’s missing toy, clothes, artwork, etc) 75. Skype a friend/family member as your child is waking up (get someone to play along) 76. Cut coupons 77. Wrap gifts or cut up wrapping paper 78. Cut out toy pictures from toy catalog 79. Try on mom’s jewelry 80. Elf packs school lunches but mixes up everyone lunches (each child receives siblings lunch – great conversation piece at dinner) 81. Short sheet child’s sheets – ha ha 82. Cool off a cup of HOT chocolate with a stationary fan, see ours here. 83. Elf writes his own X-mas list – Elf clothes, Mrs. Elf, candy, etc. 84. Create a scavenger hunt for the kids with clues leading to mischief 85. Leave paper trail (or dog food trail) through house 86. Hang wet clothes on clothesline outside– especially funny in colder climates because their clothes will be stiff 87. Build a family fort with a name on the front 88. Wrap a new gift for the kids to open – exciting and thoughtful 89. Turn all the kitchen chairs backwards 90. Turn all the breakfast plates upside down 91. Swing on outdoor swing set – chilly 92. Sit by warm fire – cozy 93. Punch stuffed animal in the throat 94. Cover lawn with Easter decorations such as plastic eggs 95. Fill room with lots of balloons or hang them from ceiling 96. Build snowman 97. Write a secret message to child with invisible ink 98. Create a mask & cape out of paper/cloth – Super Elf! Perhaps he can be hanging from the ceiling by fishing line. 99. Inspire reading, writing or imagination – leave a new book to be read or ask child to write a list things they are thankful for or ask child to finish Elf’s half written story making it as silly and creative as possible 100.Write a message in the snow (better for little ones who won’t notice the obvious footprints) 101.Pin fluffy tail on the back of child’s pjs while sleeping –great for hard sleepers. See our Buddy Tails.

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    Autumn Days...

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    Valentine ribbon topiaries!

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    Bomb Valentines - use packs of rollos

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    Romantic countdown calendar for couples

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    Valentine Glitter Mason Jar

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