If you LOVE Gnomes this is for you. Don’t love Gnomes? I’m going to categorize you as a “not yet” or “was traumatized by Santa’s Elves at a young age). Because, well, GNOMES! Almost a year has passed since I first drew my Christmas Gnome Stickers. They were so much fun that I turned them into gift tags, memo pads, and so. many. other. stickers. Which made me think that it’s about time I did a gnome round-up post so that you could see ALL the gnomes. The designs are all in my Freebie Library and if you subscribe to my blog, you can get the password to these and LOTS of other free digital designs. In the meantime, here are my best free Gnome stickers and designs!
Free Gnome Sticker Sheets
Of course I have stickers! After I drew the Christmas Gnomes the Valentine’s Gnomes just HAD to be made. And then in March, my Leprechaun Gnomes were feeling lucky so I had to give them their own sticker sheets as well! And then… well, seriously, how cute are these Halloween Gnomes?
Holiday Gnome Gift Tags
My gnome obsession started with my Christmas Gnome Takeover Event of 2019 and to this day I have more Christmas gnome projects than any others. Most are created with a Cricut Maker, or Cricut Explore 3 but you can certainly use a Silhouette Cameo or even scissors.
Gnome Print and Cut Cards
These gnome cards are super easy crafts, that can be made with or without an electronic cutting machine. But I really love the look of the rounded corners you get on the Valentine’s cards with the Cricut. I also recommend a heavier cardstock with a little gloss to it.
DIY Gnome Note Pads
These note pads are maybe the easiest craft ever, as long as you have access to a printer and paper cutter. I have a YouTube video and blog post that will show you how to make these DIY note pads at home! Both of these can be found in the Free Library (along with all the other freebies on this page).
Gnome crafts? Of course! Not that the rest aren’t crafts, but these take it to the next level. Although the mug cozy has instructions for how to make it with a Cricut, there is a PDF pattern so you can cut it out with a scissors instead.
Bonus Gnome Crafts
Projects from some of my very best blogging friends- designed exclusively for our Gnome Week 2020 Event. The links for these crafts are at the bottom of my Gnome Gift Tag Stickers.
AND…. this collaboration of gnome crafts is from the FIRST Gnome week I ever did. Be sure to join my email list so that you can get in on Gnome Week 2021! It’s sure to be amazing!
What do You Think Of Gnomes Now?
Remember, if you don’t LOVE gnomes you’re either a “not yet” or a “traumatized by elves at a young age” because Gnomes are WAY too awesome for you to be ambivalent!
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Thanks for checking out my round-up of Gnome Craft Projects! I hope you’ll come back soon as I’ll definitely be adding to it! If you found something you like it would be amazing if you would take the time to share it. My Gnome buddies appreciate it and so do I!