Elf on the Shelf: Snowshoeing.
Our elves were enjoying themselves in this outdoor snowshoeing scene today.
It was such a fun festive looking set up.
They were standing on a lot of faux snow. The faux snow has a lot of sparkles/glitter, etc. in it to make it look more realistic.
The elves were standing just using their snowshoes and freeze frames.
I think they got these vintage GI Joe snowshoes from Santa’s old-toy cast offs. Despite them being mismatched and a little dirty and broken, they worked awesome.
My kids liked this scene and commented on how cool it was that the elves’ snowshoes were holding them up on the faux snow.
The Supplies that I think our elves used for this scene, Elf on the Shelf: Snowshoeing
Scarf stolen from a Snowman pick (Michael’s or Joann’s)
Winter is wearing the cape from the Magifreeze Hero accessory set as a scarf.
How I think our elves put together this scene, Elf on the Shelf: Snowshoeing
Continue reading and/or watch the video on this page of this snowshoeing scene.
They put down faux snow that already had sprinkles/glitter on it from previous scenes like this Oh Christmas Tree scene
When they are done with it, I just bundle it into a garbage sack and save it and then our elves get it out again… we’ve done this a lot!
Anyway, they set out our flocked trees which they’ve used in a ton of scenes as well.
They put on their freeze frames, jackets/sweatshirts, snowshoes, gloves, and hats.
Then, they put the trekking poles on after making them by sticking a toothpick into a small plastic sucker stick and hot gluing a little rim around the pole at the bottom to look like a real pole.
They used some ribbon that kind of looked like a strap and hot glued that in a loop to the top of the pole.
It was such a festive scene.
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