Making this fun and easy drop cloth gnome banner was a great way to start getting my decor ready for the holidays!
Drop Cloth Gnome Banner
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love finding easy and fast ways to make a statement piece for a little decor-refresher. And this easy drop cloth gnome banner is one of those epic gnome crafts that just really pops!
Fun and fast, you can have this easy holiday craft done in just a few minutes. If you’re ready to make a gnome holiday banner, let’s get started.
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You’re busy, I get it. Pin this to your favorite gnome crafts board on Pinterest and it’ll be here when you’re ready.
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Tips to Make This Gnome Cricut Craft
- When measuring your vinyl elements, make sure to account for the hot glue hems (I may have made that mistake – watch the video to find out). If you use the EasyPress on the hot glue hems, the hot glue will reactivate and bleed through onto the front of your banner.
- Don’t forget to mirror your design if there’s any text. I hate having a design all cut and ready to go – only to realize that I didn’t mirror it. Just a waste of vinyl that you can’t take back.
- Why drop cloth for this craft? This is an easy one. Drop cloth is cheap (yay!), easy to work with, and has great body (meaning it’s stiff). Just all around a great material that I will be using again!
How Do I Make this Gnome Banner?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you’re making a holiday crafts playlist on YouTube, here is our drop cloth gnome banner video tutorial.
More Easy Gnome Crafts You Might Like
- Sunflower Gnome Pattern using Cricut – One of my favorite gnome patterns, it doesn’t get enough love, but it’s so very easy.
- Reindeer Gnome Garland – I cut this out with my Cricut and put it together in just a few minutes. And it makes a great addition to the tree or fireplace!
- Mini Scandinavian Kissing Gnomes – Cut with the Cricut, too, this easy pattern is fast and fun to put together – and they’re KISSY!
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