Are garden gnomes lucky? The ones we’ve met say they are!
If you don’t have a garden like us, you can make a a cute pair of gnomes to bring a little bit of good luck and cuteness to your houseplants.
Find a cute gnome image online, resize and print.
Carefully cut out.
Paint a thin piece of balsa wood with acrylic paint.
Add Mod Podge to the back of the gnome.
Add a top coat of Mod Podge seal the deal.
Carefully cut out gnomes with a craft knife adding a stake or spike to the bottom of the gnomes to help stick them in the soil.
Sand down any rough edges.
Give your gnome a home.
Only question is-what should we name these two?
How to Wooden Gnome Houseplant Accessory DIY by CraftyLumberjacks on Jumprope.
Totally cute 🙂 I’m fond of the names George and Gracie, and not only as an obscure Star Trek reference. (George and Gracie where the whales in Star Trek: The Voyage Home)
Haha! Yes, love it!
That’s David and his wife Lisa from the 1980s TV show David the Gnome.
Yessss! The cutest!