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Mischievous Elf on the Shelf Coloring Pages
Charming Elf on the Shelf Coloring Pages
Holiday Spirit Elf on the Shelf Coloring Pages
Joyful Elf on the Shelf with Christmas Gifts Coloring Pages
Playful Elf on the Shelf Making Presents Coloring Pages
Elf on the Shelf in the Workshops Colouring Pages
Elves on the Shelf at Santa’s Village Coloring Pages
Adventurous Elf on the Shelf Coloring Pages
Printable Elf on the Shelf Getting into Mischief Coloring Pages
Endearing Elf on the Shelf with Santa’s List Coloring Pages
Cheerful Elf on the Shelf with Candy Canes Coloring Sheets
Merry Elf on the Shelf with Christmas Tree Coloring Pages
Festive Elf on the Shelf with Reindeer Coloring Pages
Elf on the Shelf Caught in the Cookie Jar Coloring Pages
Peaceful Elf on the Shelf Sleeping Coloring Pages
Grateful Elf on the Shelf Praying Coloring Pages
Fanciful Elf on the Shelf Flying Coloring Pages
Funny Elf on the Shelf Tangled in Lights Coloring Pages
Family/Friends Group of Elves on the Shelf Coloring Pages
Tips For Coloring Elf On The Shelf
What colors should I use for an Elf on the Shelf coloring page?
The Elf on the Shelf is typically dressed in red and white. The elf itself is known for its light skin tone and rosy cheeks. It has blue eyes, and brown hair, although you can be creative and use other colors for the hair as well. Remember, it’s your coloring page, so use the colors that make you happiest!
How can I add more detail and realism to my Elf on the Shelf coloring?
Start with a base color for your Elf, using softer browns for the skin and brighter colors for the costume. To create texture, you can add some shading on the elf’s clothing, using darker shades of the same color. For a whimsical touch, consider adding some sparkle with a glitter pen, especially on the hat, collar, and cuffs which are typically shiny.
What are distinctive features of the Elf on the Shelf that I need to portray in my coloring?
The Elf on the Shelf has a big smile, large pointed ears, and blue eyes. They also wear a hat that twists at the tip, a collar, and cuffs. The costume is typically red and white, but feel free make it your own.
What are some interesting facts about the Elf on the Shelf I could incorporate into my art?
The Elf on the Shelf comes from a book published in 2005 titled “The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition”. In the story, the elf is a scout sent from the North Pole to help Santa Claus decide who to put on the naughty and nice lists. Incorporating these elements, such as Santa’s list or a North Pole sign, can add context to your coloring.
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