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Gnomes: Family Christmas Craft by Ellen and Sarah
…. and magical things that resulted thereafter. My daughter Sarah and her Mom-in-law Ellen made these adorable gnomes with yarn, bead and cardboard cylinder (yes, a paper towel roll) with the highest cuteness quotient. The magic of the crafty gnomes is exalted by Brian Campbell’s professional photography. If you live in or near Southern California and need professional photography services, contact Brian.
They were inspired by an Instagram video by Dollar Tree Crafts who shared and spread gnome magic into the world.
The photos are self explanatory, but I will caption them with instruction, courtesy of Sarah Mirza and Ellen Campbell.
Gather materials: yarn, beads, cotton balls or stuffing,, cardboard roll (from kitchen, or bath or elsewhere), scissors, xacto knife and glue gun. With Xacto, cut rings from cardboard roll an inch wide or to your specifications.
What else can you do with this adorable group of gnomes? Have a great Holiday Season y’all! Utmost thanks to Ellen Campbell, Brian Campbell and Sarah Mirza for this post.
2 thoughts on “Gnomes: Family Christmas Craft by Ellen and Sarah”
Super cute Samina!!
Your gnomes are fun and the how-to is beautifully photographed. Something funny: these Scandanavian gnomes weren’t a thing when I was a little girl, and when they first became popular I thought – why do people like these scruffy old men?, ha! I’ve come around though. Happy Holidays, Samina!