Join me for a round up of the best Easter gnome DIY projects and crafts for a festive, trendy holiday. The best part is most of these can be put together in about 40 minutes using a hot glue gun. Easy, right?
With so many options out there for fur and fabric, it can be hard to just START making your own gnomes. Analysis paralysis, crafter’s block – it has many names, but today we’re putting it in its place with a TON of inspiration.
DIY Easter Gnomes and Bunny Gnomes
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I have been making gnome tutorials for years and well, as you can imagine, I’ve amassed quite the collection. Today, I was packing away my Easter stuff (yes, a little bit late on that task…) and I wanted to be able to look back on all of the fun I’ve had “gnoming” for this holiday.
Below, I’ve recapped some of my favorite gnome crafts for Easter. If you need more ideas, join me in the DIY Gnomes and Crafts Facebook group here. There is A TON of inspiration, sharing of skills and techniques, and it’s honestly just a kind, generous place to hang out on the ‘book.
Save This Fun Resource for Later
This will be an ever-expanding list as I create and find other great fun Easter gnomes, gonks, tomte, and nisser. Save this to a DIY pin board or share it on Facebook to easily find it later.
As an Amazon Associate, I could earn from qualifying links. There could be affiliate links within this article.
Easter Gnome DIYs for Decor
For years, I’ve been making cute little bunny gnomes and craft projects. Below are some of the most popular tutorials I’ve put together. If you have any questions or are a visual learner, nearly all of these have full gnome tutorial videos, as well.
Easter Bunny Gnome Pattern
This adorable bunny gnome is made using the most popular pattern I’ve ever made, the Scandinavian Sweeties gnome pattern. It’s easy to make with hot glue or with a sewing machine and comes with a TON of extras.
Wood Easter Gnomes for Decor
Using Dollar Tree vinyl and a scrap of wood, make these wood Easter gnomes in just minutes! These adorable gnomes went viral for a reason: they are SO simple to make and the gnome hat and body can be the same vinyl or different.
Easter Gnome DIY (Wearing a Bunny Suit)
This is one of the cutest little things: it’s a gnome in a bunny suit! Isn’t it too precious? Oh, and the best part is that you can make it with a hot glue gun and the bunny outfit is a free pattern.
Rainbow Bunny Gnome from the Dollar Tree
Oh yes, this Dollar Tree bunny gnome is not only adorable but super affordable to make, as well. He’s a fun DIY project for Easter to do with the kids.
Easter Gnomes – DIY Sock Gnome Bunny
The kids can help you make this adorable Easter sock gnome with bunny ears. To make the easy gnome body, make a sock with rice filler. Add some felt, and you’re halfway done.
Bunny Gnome Made with a Glove and a Sock
Friends, this adorable small bunny gnome is a sock and a single glove. It’s so much fun to make and had a little mini viral experience on Facebook. I promise I won’t let it go to his head.
Easy, No-Sew Carrot Gnome for Easter Decor
I had orange fleece and well, I made this no-sew carrot gnome with. Then, I made the second one (just to see if I could).
Fun Easter Gnome Crafts
Below are some Easter gnome crafts, garlands, and other quick projects you can make. Honestly, I don’t think there’s anything I can’t turn into a gnome at this point…
Easter Bunny Gnome Bottle Topper
This adorable and oh-so-soft bunny gnome bottle topper can be made in less 10 minutes using a hot glue gun. It’s honestly one of the favorite craft projects I’ve done this year because, even though it’s so simple, it’s absolutely stunning.
Easter Gnome Garland with Carrot Gnomes and Bunnies
This simple Easter gnome garland is a fun and quick way to up fabric and faux fur scraps. Make the most adorable banner for a mantle, a gift basket, or to drape across a tiered tray display.
Please Save or Share This
I’ll be updating this list as I create more Easter gnome tutorials. Your shares are how this site grows and I am sincerely grateful. Please save this to an Easter ideas pin board or share it with a crafty gnome group on Facebook.