Things don't get sweeter than a pic of Mom and Dad in the background with the elves holding up an ultrasound photo.
Photo: Flickr/Dan McGinty
Is this not the absolute cutest little project for kids? It works in a classroom setting, but would be fun to do at home, too.
Stuff a little cotton under that dress, add an ultrasound picture, and you've got a simply sweet Elf on a Shelf pregnancy announcement.
Sometimes, you need to call in some backup. It's wild, but this Barbie giving birth to twins is an absolutely hilarious idea for sharing baby news!
If you don't have red and green M&M's on hand, is Christmas even coming? This is an easy and adorable Elf on the Shelf baby announcement.
A traditional gender reveal box format -- in miniature form. I love this idea for the Elves!
Photo: Daisy & Daydreams Blog
Let's face it: second- or third-time moms probably don't have this kind of time on their hands, but a setup like this would be the cuuuutest. And the inclusion of Batman dad holding mini ultrasound photos is hilarious.
Make a sign or create accessories like these for the elves and have friends guess the baby's sex in comments!
Dress up the elves for a fun gender reveal party: you can either add a piece of pink or blue tulle like they did, or paint a stripe on a slice of dollhouse cake to reveal the baby's sex. So cute and simple to pull off!
Can you relate? No words needed; your audience will get the gist. Poor Mama Elf!
This post doesn't reveal the actual gender, but you can totally post a teaser with the elf's guess, and follow up with the inclusion of a pink or blue ornament for the Elf on a Shelf gender reveal moment.
Would this not be the sweetest way to tell your older kids that baby (or in this case -- babies!) are on the way? I just love the felt board sign route. It's always a good idea!