Since two elves are double the trouble, try to keep it simple. This cute Elf on the Shelf idea involves the elves sharing a pair of glasses. Grab any old pair you have around the house, or take it further with fun, festive glasses.
The article offers other easy Elf on the Shelf ideas for two elves, so be sure to check out all the suggestions.
Are you looking for some Elf on the Shelf games? This Christmas elf ring toss is the perfect game for two elves. The setup for this elf antic is easy to make with a few craft supplies. The two elves will have fun playing this ring toss game.
Elves love playing games, so you need more than one option. Download the free Twister game printable to get started with this idea. Set up the two elves on the Twister game board, and kids will get a giggle from the thought of the elves playing the game all night.
This Elf on the Shelf idea for two elves is a fun way to introduce the elves to stuffed animals. All you need is a chalkboard and a wooden stick. Don’t have a chalkboard? Use a piece of cardstock instead.
Swap the stick out for a dollar store laser pointer. There are so many ways to make this your own. And don’t forget, the stuffed animals can get a little rowdy as well. They don’t all have to be just sitting and paying rapt attention.
Elf on the Shelf printable props are great to have on hand when you need an easy setup idea. The snack shack props in this article are perfect for two elves because of the different options. One elf can have a hot cocoa stand, and the other could have a popcorn bar.
They could even have a friendly competition to see who gets the most customers. The opportunities are endless.
These Elf on the Shelf printables are designed to spark creativity and provide endless ideas for your two mischievous elves. From fun activities to clever hiding spots, there are enough options for all 24 days leading up to Christmas.
It even offers some contingency plans for when one or more elves “forget” to move overnight.
These adorable elf activities offer a range of fun games and entertainment options, including bingo, Twister, and even elf-sized cornhole. These games are super cute and completely free, providing a perfect solution for those evenings when you’re looking for something to do with your two elves.
Do you have any fun ideas for 2 elves that didn’t make the list? If so, let us know in the comments below!