I think by now everyone has heard of Elf on the Shelf, and most of us have them for our children. Elf Doctor™ has a great kit to upgrade your elf, and make it easier to use! They also have a great cast kit to give your elf some time off. Read on to learn more.
Elf 2.0 by Elf Doctor
This handy-dandy kit has everything you need to make your “elfcapades” more fun. In just fifteen minutes you can upgrade you elf! It comes with sturdy twelve gauge wire for your elf’s arms and legs. This will make positioning them so much easier, and they will stay put too! It also comes with velcro tabs so you can hook their hands or feet together. This really comes in handy when you’re setting up your elf surprises! This all in one kit also comes with a seam ripper to carefully pop your elf’s seams. Needles and red thread are included as well, so you can sew them back up. If you enjoy creating different scenarios each night for your children to wake up to in the morning, then the Elf 2.0 upgrade kit is for you! I guarantee you’ll love it! I know I do!
Need a Break? If so, the Elf Cast is for you!
We’re all so dang busy, and even though we have the best of intentions, sometimes creating magical “elfcapades” is tiring! That’s where the Elf Cast comes in. With this kit, YOU choose how much time off your elf needs! It comes complete with foam to prewrap your elf’s leg or arm, and two packages of cast material. They also added a notecard and marker from The North Pole that features your elf’s excuse!
This is REAL casting material! One of our elves broke its leg last night, and I am here to tell you, that cast is hard as a rock! I was shocked at how real it was! Casting his leg was easy too, but take my advice, WEAR GLOVES when handing the casting material! Trust me! You don’t want to be scrubbing the evidence off of your fingers all night. (Yes, I didn’t have gloves, and my hands were a mess!) Other than that, the kit was super easy to apply! I even took their advice and used the other casting material to make his look like a candy cane. It turned out so cute! We actually have two elves, and if I was thinking, I would have casted BOTH of them last night. But alas, I only thought to do one.
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