This was our Elf on the Shelf: Oh What Fun! Scene.
Our elves, Pepper Mint and Winter Mint (they are siblings), were riding in a convertible car.
That had decorated our old doll car with words that said, “Oh What Fun”
and, “Sleigh All Day” on them.
This was a great EOTS scene as it is one of the only times that my children have gotten to interact with the elves without touching them.
They pushed their car around a lot and had a blast!
Oh what fun!
In the scene, Winter is driving
with Pepper sitting in shot-gun.
They must have just gone through the drive-through at Sonic
because they both have cherry lime aid.
They were dressed for warmth in their Santa coats.
There were a bunch of suitcases in the back.
The suitcases were so cute.
They had darling little luggage tags on them.
Each of my children had a tag so they knew which suitcase belonged to them.
Inside there were miniature toys that fit their personalities.
The supplies that I think our elves used to create this Elf on the Shelf: Oh What Fun! Scene
A Barbie-sized convertible car; ours was bought at a thrift store years ago.
Sonic Cherry Limeade (Mini Brands food) x 2
Elf on the Shelf x 2
Miniature Santa suits (Santa Suit Pick by Ashland) These are a great fit for Elf on the Shelf x 2 …I would look on Ebay, Poshmark, Mercari, etc. if they no longer sell them at Michael’s.
Christmas stickers Oh What Fun to jazz up the car
For the luggage tags:
safety pin. I believe the safety pin was used to poke a hole through the luggage tags. I think the safety pin was also used to feed the string through the hole.
How I think our elves set up this Elf on the Shelf: Oh What Fun! Scene
Continue reading and/or watch the video to see the details.
1- They put on their Santa suit picks and the pick was folded and taped to the seat of the car so that they would not flop about when the toddlers drove them crazily around the house.
2- They filled up the luggage boxes with Mini Brands toys.
3- They made mini luggage tags with card stock and a safety pin. I believe the safety pin was used to poke a hole through the luggage tags. I think the safety pin was also used to feed the string through the tiny hole. Names were written in pen in a tiny font.
4- They decorated the car with Christmas stickers, including the license plates.
5- They loaded the luggage and got in the car. Then they went through a drive-through at Sonic for a drink.
That’s it. This scene looked like it took about 10-20 minutes.
and ‘Oh What Fun’ the kids had pushing Winter and Pepper around.
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