Easy Gnome Christmas Ornaments

These easy Gnome Christmas ornaments are perfect for crafting with the kids this holiday season.


We love to make easy crafts with the items we already have on hand. Some of my best ideas and favorite projects have stemmed from the junk drawer and items destined for the trash. These Christmas gnome ornaments are a great example of what you can make with simple stuff you probably already have.


These are awesome because with a different pattern of paper, or bigger googly eyes, your gnome looks totally different. If you don't have the supplies in the junk drawer or your craft supplies, you can get all of these things from Dollar Tree or even better- improvise!



Supplies per 1 gnome:

2 googly craft eyes
3 craft sticks
cotton balls
Red Pom Pom
Glue
Brown Bag
Scrap Book Paper
Confetti
Sharpie
Ribbon


Directions:

With the 3 craft sticks glue them together to form a triangle.




Cut a triangle from the brown bag to fit in the craft stick frame.



Add a generous amount of glue to the craft sticks and place the bag on top of it.


Cut a smaller triangle from scrap book paper to form the hat of your gnome.


Add eyes, a pom pom nose and draw on a mouth with a sharpie.


Add a chunk of confetti or some type of adornment to the hat.
Add a row of cotton balls for the beard.


Flip the gnome over and glue a ribbon to the back.


Hang your cute and easy gnome Christmas ornaments from your tree or share them with friends and family!


You can make dozens of these and make them all unique by simply changing the paper of the hats and the size of the pom pom of the nose.


This is such a fun craft to make with the kids! We loved making and naming our gnome ornaments!


Find all of our DIY Christmas Ornaments here.


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