Every respectable garden needs a little gnome living inside of it, right? I have gathered together 10 of the most adorable gnome DIYs on the interwebs, so you can add a bearded friend to your outdoor space or windowsill garden. Enjoy!
Don’t trash those cardboard tubes, turn them into adorable gnomes! This is a great craft for creative kids, especially.
This beginner-friendly crochet project results in this sweet little guy. I think he would make a great addition to a cubicle at work!
Use up those small scraps of fabric that you have been saving by making a few bearded gnome friends.
Who better to keep your garden organized than a troop of garden gnomes? If you can scrounge the sticks from your yard, this project is nearly free.
I can’t get over how each of these gnomes has its own personality. Whether or not your painting skills are this advanced, you can make a fun outdoor game by upcycling your 2 liter bottles.
Speaking of bottles, I would love to be gifted a bottle of wine with such an adorable topper attached!
Is your garden gnome looking a bit weathered and worn? Give him new life with a new coat of paint.
Paint isn’t the only way to makeover a gnome. This guy got a woodland look by way of a mossy coat and cap.
Your succulent terrariums will instantly look happier when you add in a polymer clay gnome.
Who says gnomes need to all look a like? These gnomes have a super new look with a bit of creativity.
Let's be buds.
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