This adorable sock monkey is climbing my stairs–but you could do a cute King Kong thing and have him climbing the fridge–or swinging from a chandelier.
I tossed-off my Santa-masked elf into a clear box of bows. Another idea is to have him hiding in the kids’ stockings or under the tree with some presents.
This little robot needs some interaction with a computer…he’s sitting on my router, although you can’t see it in the pic because I’m terrible at cropping images today.
This reindeer try-out is being photobombed by a moose, I know…but if you have some reindeer ornaments, it’ll make a ton more sense than mine did…LOL!
BLAH! There’s a monster hiding in my potted plant! You could also hide the elf in this monster mask under a kiddos’ bed–FUN!
He’s just a cookie. I left him on the counter, but you could totally put him in the oven with a message on the door, if your kids are a little older–mine won’t get a note (they can’t read yet).
Frankenstien in a pumpkin? Yup.
The easter bunny. I believe the term is: “nuff said”.
Jack in the box elf on the shelf. Say it five times fast. LOL!
Ok, so you’ve thoroughly enjoyed these ideas, but you really just want the free printable, right? Well, here you go:
If you end-up using the masks, shoot me a pic or two in the comments below!