We are part way through December and The Elf On The Shelf antics are in full flow. As a mum with teens I adore watching all the daily Christmas magic that only the Grinch could role his eyes at. I have loved sharing my Elf Cut Files, Travel Stamps, Countdown Stickers, Colouring Sheets and Quarantine Kit. But I have one last Elf trick up my sleeve and that is this Printable Christmas Elf On The Shelf Money From The North Pole.
Elf On The Shelf Money has so many uses, its great for maths games, reward currency or Elf pranks, and its printable and easy to cut out.
Ideas For Using My Elf On The Shelf Money
- Elf themed counting games
- Christmas themed reward currency
- Making Elf themed Christmas cards
- Elf pranks, such as swapping wallet money, or game money
- Daily Elf gifts
- Playing festive shop
How To Get Your Hands On My North Pole Money
To get your free Elf Currency PDF from the North Pole, simply click here or on the image below and I will pop it across to you. If you’re a subscriber the download is ready for your in the free members area. The link to the members page is in your members email.
However, make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off and if the email doesn’t land check your spam folder.
How to Print Your Elf On The Shelf Money
Your North Pole Currency will come as a PDF download with 2 sheets, a candy cane patterned sheet and Elf Pound Notes in various denominations.
Send the PDF to print on plain A4 printer paper. Choose the double sided setting and your Elf Money will have a candy cane and cookie backing rather than plain white, thus giving it a more authentic North Pole feel.
Cutting Your Elf Money
Once printed you can cut out your Elf money by hand or alternatively use a guillotine to cut out, I have put a dark grey border around each note which you can choose to keep or remove, however this also makes a great guide.
Also if you want to make your own Elf On The Shelf Currency I made mine in Canva Pro. Its not difficult with all the icons and images available.