Brad Paisley is no stranger to getting in the Christmas spirit.
Ever since Elf on the Shelf became popular, Brad has shown off just how inventive he is.
This year, Brad has cast his Scout Elves in the most creative ways, and fans can't get enough of his brilliant ideas.
It’s no secret that Brad Paisley loves all things Christmas. And we don’t only know that based on his various Christmas songs, but his knack for getting inventive while getting into the holiday spirit.
For years, the country music star has posted his truly next-level Elf on the Shelf dioramas. Where most parents move their Scout Elf (or elves) around their home with different small accessories, Brad creates full-fledged skits and detailed cinema-inspired scenes.
To kick things off this year, the 48-year-old singer posted a video of his elf hiding amongst the booze.
“Well well well… Look who’s back in town,” he captioned the post. Immediately, fans started trickling into the comments, excited for what’s bound to be more than a few awe-inspiring displays.
“Here we go…” his wife, Kimberly Williams Paisley commented. His next installment was inspired by Hank Williams, Jr.'s "A Country Boy Can Survive," and featured the caption, "A miniature sleigh, and eight tasty reindeer. A country elf can survive."
“Love it!” one Instagram user exclaimed. “Can't wait for an entire month of these because they are so entertaining and we certainly need that relief right now!! 😜 Thanks!!!”
“Haha I swear you are the most dedicated elf on the shelf person I have ever seen,” another person wrote. “I had sooo many laughs last year 😂😂😂 I can't wait to see what you do.”
Since the debut of his bourbon quarantine elf, Brad has gone on to share multiple elves in various skits, including hunting, a play on Iron Man, a rendition of Star Wars, and a full-on snowball fight.
Fans flooded the comments with support, clearly impressed by Brad's displays. One fan said, "Sometimes we make the right people famous," while another praised his creativity: "What a wicked cool imagination..you're teachin your kids such a special gift not everyone these days has...you go dude!!👏👏👏👏👏"
One fan even admitted that they've become an "Elf" convert because of Brad's post: "Usually I think the whole elf on a shelf is annoying. Yours are super entertaining! Thank you ! 😂"
This isn’t the first time Brad has gotten creative with his Elf on the Shelf. In 2018, the “No I in Beer'' singer posted his elves in rock concerts, dressed up as Elf Vader, and assembled as the Elfvengers. And in 2019, he showed how much his elves love to party, how they recover from said partying, and even their debut at the Grand Elf Opry.
Here’s hoping that Brad continues the magic in 2021.
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