Mr and Mrs Gnome in all natural materials. Wool felt for body and hat, wooden nose, horsehair beard and braids and traditional Norwegian woven wool ribbon on the brim of the hat.

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿Mr and Mrs Gnome in all natural materials. Wool felt for body and hat, wooden nose, horsehair beard and braids and traditional Norwegian woven wool ribbon on the brim of the hat.

Call him a holiday gnome, Old Man Winter, or Gandolf! Whatever you call him, this easy-to-create Styrofoam-based piece of winter décor will happily greet all of your holiday guests.  Create your own and share using #ACMooreInspired.

Call him a holiday gnome, Old Man Winter, or Gandolf! Whatever you call him, this easy-to-create Styrofoam-based piece of winter décor will happily greet all of your holiday guests. Create your own and share using

Set of two St. Patricks Day Gnomes  Clover and  Emerald  READY TO SHIP!  Features bendable hat to position any way you desire! Weighted bottom for extra stability! Each Gnome is individually handmade , every thread stitched carefully with lots of love!  ☘️Clover she has a Navy Blue body, soft white hat embellished with St. Paddys Day green ribbon, Fluffy white messy braids, and a Shamrock accent!  ☘️Emerald he has a Navy Blue body, soft white hat with green Shamrock embellishment, and a l...

Easter Spring Swedish Tomte Butterfly embellished Gnome Nordic Nisse by DaVinciDollDesigns©

Yet another daring, dutiful, dirt-defier, drab, droning dust catcher Gnome offers himself on the altar of an old fireplace to bring sanitation to Gnomedom.

Yet another daring, dutiful, dirt-defier, drab, droning dust catcher Gnome offers himself on the altar of an old fireplace to bring sanitation to Gnomedom.

Gnomes, Tomte, Nisse or Tonttu. In Scandinavian countries, these little creatures guard your home. In Swedish, their name comes from the old word tomt which means plot - the plot of land where your home is. A well kept home is said to have its own resident Tomte, who keeps it tidy and safe.

Gnomes, Tomte, Nisse or Tonttu. In Scandinavian countries, these little creatures guard your home. In Swedish, their name comes from the old word tomt which means plot - the plot of land where your home is. A well kept home is said to have its own resident Tomte, who keeps it tidy and safe.

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