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Here's Part III of Georgia's adventures at our house. Hope you find some inspiration and ideas for your own little elf.
Here our little elf has connected some candy canes together and hung them over one of the drapery rods. Just to make sure she is secure, the tip of her hat is pinned through the back of the curtain.
And the mischief continues the next morning when we find her placed behind this wall picture which just happens to be turned up-side-down.
Then this morning, Georgia found a Christmas Decoration my daughter had been painting and did a bit of decorating herself by painting the house yellow with black trim along with painting two fir trees on the front. The sides and back are still white for my daughter to finish. Paint brush and dirty water are still out.
Stayed tuned for Part IV of Georgia's adventures and please feel free to share your own ideas here for everyone!
Here's what our little Georgia, Elf on the Shelf was up to these past few days:
Here she is hiding in the coffee pot from our antique silver set. Cute little fold-over sign she made with my daughter's markers (which she didn't put away) and construction paper.
The following day she returned and ended up on our kitchen counter where she found the plain leftover cookie from a 2-pack set my daughter had decorated the previous weekend. She decorated this plain cookie but not before spilling the decorations my daughter had left in the little cup (and I'll ask my niece who happens to be a professional pastry chef not to die laughing at my lame attempt at cookie decorating). Georgia, our little elf, is sitting on the empty cookie box and still has the tube of icing on her lap.
Then today, we found our little elf sitting on a platter where it appears she was playing X's and O's with one of my daughter's stuffed animals. Each still has the tube of icing on their lap and it appears Georgia, who is holding the red icing, outsmarted her little friend. Board is made of 9 puffy marshmallows.
Check back soon for Georgia's next adventures and if you have some ideas, bring them on!