Hey, guys! Can you believe that Thanksgiving is over? It’s really been a crazy and quick fall into winter for us. We actually had our Thanksgiving and Christmas together with my hubby’s side of the family last weekend and I had the chance to introduce Elf on the Shelf to my adorable little niece and nephews! I threw them a little Elf on the Shelf Welcome Breakfast that turned out so stinking cute! (be warned, this post is photo heavy!)
If you’ve never heard of Elf on the Shelf, let me explain how it works. Elf comes to visit on either the first day of December or really whenever you decide, he “lands” someplace in your home with a book for the kids and the story is that Elf watches the kids every day and in the evening reports back to the North Pole with how they’ve behaved. Then he flies back that night and ends up in a new spot in the house.
The kids can’t touch the Elf or he will lose his magic and can’t get back to the North Pole and they want to be really good for when Elf reports to Santa! How cute!!
My little niece and nephew were visiting from North Carolina over the weekend and I decided to use some awesome Elf on the Shelf products from Kohl’s and throw them a Welcome Breakfast, it turned out amazing. The kids were so surprised and could not have been any cuter in these pictures. It was such a fun time and a great memory for them and myself!
The products that I grabbed from Kohl’s and used in the party are listed below, in case you want to throw your own! Plus, we have an entire party pack of printables you can use!
Here’s what you need for the Welcome Breakfast
My niece decided to name their Elf on the Shelf, Sprinkles, which makes this aunts heart happy! We made sugar cookies with sprinkles the night before so I love that she remembered!
One of the printables in the party pack is a little Bingo game, that works perfectly with mini-marshmallows! Of course the kids enjoyed eating these too, I know it’s a breakfast party but no judgement it’s for the Holidays!
The party printables also has a little banner to cut out, cupcake toppers and even party hats! So much fun!
Here’s a few more photos of the all the fun! Be sure to check out some ideas coming up with ways that Elf can visit your house! We have some really great ideas!
Disclosure: I’ve partnered with Kohl’s to bring you this post!