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Elf on the Shelf Magic Dust Printable

Has your Elf been touched? Did he fail to move overnight? Do you have an Elf Emergency on your hands?! No worries! This Elf on the Shelf Magic Dust Printable will save the day and have your Elf up and going in no time!  A little “magic dust” and some rest will give your Elf everything he needs to feel better in no time at all! Print this free Magic Elf Dust printable out today and tuck it away in a secret place, to have around the next time you have an Elf Emergency on your hands.


Elf on the Shelf Magic Dust Printable

Elf on the Shelf Magic Dust Printable


A few years ago my almost one-year old was found chewing on the head of our Elf.  Of course, the older kids began to panic, afraid that their beloved Elf had lost his Magic! Thanks to a little glitter and an official looking printable, we were able to save our little Elf.  Plus, I learned to always be prepared for an Elf emergency! 


To prevent any future elf emergencies, I’m sharing this free printable with all of you, to have on hand for your next accidental elf touching or for those days you simply forget to move your elves.


Elf on a Shelf Magic Dust Free Printable



Grab the free printable found below and print it out onto regular paper.  To make it extra sturdy (for tiny hands), I recommend using white cardstock or heavy weighted paper instead. However, the regular printer paper will work just fine too.


After printing out the envelope, cut around the outside edges and fold each edge in. Use a glue stick or glue dots to glue down the edges of your envelope and you’re ready to save an Elf!


This envelope is pretty easy to put together. However, if you’re short on time simply print it out and cut out the “card” shape.  Fold it in half and add a bottle or baggie with your “magic dust.” 



Friday 17th of December 2021

I really truly appreciate all the work that you send with each newsletter and all the print outs. I’ve made almost everything since receiving your newsletter or printed templates for crafts once my Granddaughter is old enough to help.

Merry Christmas and a very happy and healthy New Year, Lori

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