Easy Gnome Crafts for Kids

Gnomes are so adorable and a great craft to get kids involved with. Make them for any season such as Easter or Christmas for example.
You can make DIY Bunny Gnomes to decorate your home for Easter or Christmas tree gnomes for the winter! The supplies needed include faux fur and a wooden bead for the nose. You can place rice into a sock to form the body. Secure it with an elastic band and secure with hot glue. Cut some faux fur to cover this with. Glue the wooden bead at the nose area and then hot glue a sock for the hat to finish it.


Make these adorable rainbow unicorn gnomes with pink socks for hats and make a unicorn horn or purchase one online.
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Medical Gnome
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Bunny Gnome
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Pink Bunny Gnome
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How to Make a Sock Gnome

 
We have included this video tutorial from Sarah Nenni-Daher to show you How to Make a Sock Gnome.


This Frankenstein Gnome is perfect for Halloween and you’ll need green felt to make the hat and green faux fur for the beard.
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A Cat Gnome is always a good idea.
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Make a Fairy Gnome for an enchanted party.
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Recycle an old jumper by making these Sweater gnomes.
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Make a Witch Gnome to complete your spooky decor.
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This is another great example of Sweater gnomes where the sleeves of the jumper are cut to make the hats for the gnomes.
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Pixie Gnomes add fantastical charm.
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Spring Gnomes will really brighten your room.
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St Patrick’s Day Gnomes are a great spring craft to keep kids amused.
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A bunny hat for a cat was sewed it to the body of the gnome to create this Fluffy Bunny Gnome.
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A Purple Bunny Gnome is easy to fit into your Spring decor.
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Gnomes made from socks and sweaters with little bells sown on the hats.
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Get the kids involved in turning your outdoor trees into Christmas Tree Gnomes. You’ll need white plastic tablecloths to make the beard which will then be cut into strips and looped into chicken wire. The nose can be made from stuffed pantyhose or a bowl and spray painted in skin color. Use Tull and a big red ribbon for over the beard.
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