Fifty cute Elf on the Shelf Names. This printable list provides both female and male Elf name ideas. New creative, funny, and original Elf on the Shelf Ideas daily.
Elf on the Shelf Names
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For many of these Elf on the Shelf ideas, make sure you have an elf that can bend. You can do that easily with our Bendable Elf on the Shelf tutorial. For this particular idea, you will only need Elf on the Shelf and our Printable Elf on the Shelf Names List (see below).
How to Name The Elf on the Shelf
If you are new to Elf on the Shelf, the first thing you need to do is Name your Elf on the Shelf. We gave free reign to our oldest daughter (we have five kids now) we when first introduced Elf on the Shelf and we got stuck with the name she chose – Dorothy. She chose this name because she was Dorothy one year at Halloween. Let me be clear about feeling stuck. This meant, for the rest of our family history, we had a female elf. Not the biggest deal. I do have a good gap, however, between my girls and boys and I wish that we had a name they would be just as excited about when they were going through the Elf on the Shelf stage. I wish we went with a name that could be used any direction – male or female. SO just consider your gender and if it could or how it could change your Elf on the Shelf ideas throughout the years.
Santa’s Magic will Help
There are ideas on How to Name The Elf on the Shelf. I would print out our Elf on the Shelf Names list and begin to go through that list. For an elf, receiving a name is an exciting moment because this allows them to receive their Christmas magic so they can fly to and from the North Pole each night! It’s up to the entire family to pick a name for your North Pole helper.
One idea is to put all names into a hat. You can draw out a name and let Santa’s magic take it’s course. Another idea is for each family member to choose a name and then only put those names in the hat. Again, let luck take it’s course.
Name Your Elf After a Family Favorite
If you have a family moto or activity you all enjoy together, let that direct your naming ceremony. For example, if your family moto is love, Love might be a great name for your elf. Perhaps your family is obsessed with a football player like Eli Manning, Eli could be Elf’s first name. Is there a song that brings your family holiday cheer? Jingle Bells is a cute name for your North Pole helper.
Elf on the Shelf Names
Merry, Snowflake, Frosty, Buddy—what will Elf get as his/her unique name?
Our Elf suggestion names include:
Archie, Bella, Berry, Buddy, Buster, Buttercup, Chip, Cindy Lou, Cinnamon, Dash, Elfie, Elvis, Eve, Faith, Flake, Frosty, Gabriel, Gloria, Gumdrop, Henry, Hope, Ice, Jack, Jingle, Joy, Kris, Lulu, Max, Merry, Mistletoe, Mittens, Muffin, Nick, Noel, North, Peppermint, Pixie, Poppy, Ralphie, Scout, Shimmer, Snickers, Snow, Snowflake, Sparkles, Star, Sugar, Tinsel, Twinkle, and Waffles.
You can print our Elf on the Shelf Names below. The official Elf on the Shelf page has some naming tips too.
Elf on the Shelf Names Printable
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What is Elf on the Shelf?
Elf on the Shelf is a Christmas Tradition. The tradition has a book and a elf doll. The book is poetic and in rhyme sharing the purpose of the Elf’s visits. The Elf visits each Thanksgiving. He/She goes and returns from the North Pole each evening. Every morning he can be found in a new location in the house. The Elf has been found in the refrigerator, fishing in the toilet, writing messages on the mirror or hanging from the lights. It is VERY IMPORTANT, the Elf is not touch each evening or his Christmas magic will be lost! Each family is able to name their special elf. The elves return to their home (Santa’s North Pole Work shop) every Christmas Eve. An Elf’s Story can also be found on DVD.
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