Our two elves got up to a lot of mischief during December. Sometimes the elves just moved around our house, but they also did some fun things, such as hiding candy canes for the kids to find or playing poker with chocolate coins. December is an expensive month so I like to make my elf activities as low cost as possible.
Over the years we’ve been visited by our elves we’ve made a few printables to help with their elf-ish activities. Our free printable Elf on the Shelf twister board is always popular and I love to think that other homes are setting up a miniature game of Twister for their elves to enjoy.
This year our cheeky elves decorated the children’s bedroom doors with snowmen! Yes, they created a snowman door for each child and you can imagine how excited they were to open their bedrooms doors and see them. I created the snowman door so thought I would share the free printable snowman door here so others can use it.
Easy snowman door free printable to print at home
Why not print our free easy snowman door, perfect for a splash of colour and quick creativity!
Our free printables are so easy to download and print out. Just follow these simple steps:
Click on the easy snowman door link here, and save to your computer or set to print on paper or card.
Carefully cut around the eyes, nose and mouth pieces.
Attach to your chosen door with double-sided tape or blu-tack.
Don’t forget to leave your elf nearby so they can take all the credit!
Please note this printable is for personal use only. Not for redistribution. All images are copyrighted.
We hope that you enjoy using our free printable Elf on the Shelf Twister game.
You may be interested in our other Elf on the Shelf activities: