Learn how to make this adorable Valentine’s Day Gnome that you can use freestanding or add to a wreath like I show here.
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Hello and thanks for stopping by. I’ve been working on a few Valentine’s Day wreaths and couldn’t wait to share this DIY gnome wreath with you.
The popularity of gnomes amazes me, but there is something about them that people love. They are in all the home stores and all over the web. You can see the dollar store Christmas gnome I made here.
My good friend is obsessed with them, so I really wanted to surprise her with a gnome wreath for her birthday.
I can’t show that one, because it will ruin the surprise, but while I was making it I decided to make a Valentine’s Day gnome to add to my Etsy shop.
Valentine’s Day Gnome Wreath
- White Stiff Felt
- Pink Faux Fur
- Pink Faux Fur
- Cordless Hot Glue Gun
- Wood Bead
- Grapevine Wreath
- Pink and White Bead Garland
- Heart Paper Punch
- Glitter Paper
Cover the Purex bottle with felt and cut it to size to cover about 3/4 of the bottle.
Hot glue the felt around the Purex bottle. You want it to be snug.
Cut a template for the gnome hat. The size is about 7″x7″.
Add a piece of wire to the hat. This will allow you to bend it if you want.
Run hot glue along the length of the hat to secure it.
Measure around the Purex bottle to determine the length of the fur needed. There is a tip for cutting faux fur. You don’t want to cut straight across.
The edges will be blunt. You want to cut the very bottom of the fur backing. That way the fur will still have the natural edge.
Hot glue the fur around the top 1/4 of the Purex bottle. You want to cover the entire bottle.
Now you want to cut a small piece of fur for the gnome’s beard. I just eyeballed it, but about a 3.5″ rectangle should do it.
Once the beard is in place, you can hot glue the gnome hat to meet up with the beard.
Add the wood bead for the gnomes nose using hot glue.
Use the paper punch to cut out glitter hearts to add to the gnome hat with a dab of hot glue.
If you are going to use the gnome freestanding, you are done. But if you want to add it to the grapevine wreath, you can attach it with floral wire.
I also added a pretty pink wired bow to the grapevine wreath and a wired garland.
Instead of a pompom for the top of the gnome hat, I used a scrap of fur.
There you have it-an adorable Valentine’s Day gnome wreath that you can make in about 30 minutes. One way to keep costs down is to use a coupon for the faux fur.
That is the most expensive part of the gnome. Otherwise, this is a very inexpensive DIY.
I hope you enjoyed this fun craft. Have a great day!
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I’ve joined some of my blogging friends for a Valentine’s Day Home decor blog tour. Please check out their amazing valentine’s Day projects below.
Rebecca from Zucchini Sisters shares a gorgeous DIY Burlap Wreath that looks great indoors or out:
Kippi from Kippi at Home is sharing pretty Valentine’s Day crafts that are easy to make:
Becca from Hello Central Avenue created this easy DIY yarn and pompom wreath for Valentine’s Day:
Lia at Southern Yankee DIY made these adorable Valentine’s Day Tea Towels:
Kerri from Mama Dare to DIY shows us how to decorate a beautiful Valentine’s Day Front Porch display with dollar tree items:
Pamela from DIY Vibes is sharing pretty Burlap and Wood Valentine’s Day Signs that are surprisingly easy to make:
Sarah from Salmonde made this pretty ombre heart wreath out of coffee filters! Isn’t it amazing?
Agnes from Just That Perfect Piece shares a budget-friendly and gorgeous book page Valentine’s Day wreath:
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