Now you are done and your elf is ready to get into some real trouble around your house with his newly bendable body! 

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Carefully cut a tiny hole into what would be the palm of his hand and slide in your piece of Floral wire. Push it as far in as it will go until the end of the wire can no longer be seen, then push your elves hand over the wire so it can be slid back a bit to be inside his hand.

Next I am going to measure out my Floral wire for his arms. You will want to cut your wire a tiny bit shorter than your elves arms.

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Do the same for his legs.

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First I am going to start by picking up some Floral wire. I bought mine at Dollar Tree.

Doing this to your elf is so worth it! It makes them stand up so much better and be able to hold objects. I hope this helped you learn how to pull off this simple craft to make your elf experience that much better!

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I start my Elf surgery by first cutting the small stitch holding my Elves hands together. 

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Your Elf on the Shelf can do so much more than just sit on a shelf. Especially if you fix him or her up to have bendy arms and legs. 
Here I will show you the very easy steps how to make this a reality for your Elf on the Shelf at home! 

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Make Your Elf Bendable

Repeat this process on his legs, cutting the holes on the back side of his feet.