DIY Easy Easter Gnome Garland
Easter decor to me is all sweetness and fun, so of course I felt the need to make an Easter gnome garland to feature the most adorable gnomes ever. It’s a fun and quick way to use up all of the fur scraps you’re saving.
I would love to see your creations of this fun spring gnome craft hanging on your mantels or tiered trays.
Easter Gnome Garland
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I have the best time making farmhouse decorations featuring gnomes. When I was designing a larger display, I thought of this fun garland and I just can’t get enough of it!
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This Easter craft idea is a combination of carrot hats, bunnies, and gnome noses that require all the boops (a YouTube joke). I wanted to do more (always more) but I decided that two variations in one garland was ok for the time being because I wanted this to be a fast craft anyone could tackle. If you’re ready to make a gnome garland, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make This Spring Gnome Garland
- First, click here to get the pattern for the gnomes or click here to get the pattern for the gnomes with the cut files. Yes, you can use your cutting machine to cut the hats, but it’s not necessary. Just do whatever works for you!
- Although I chose to use felted balls like these for the fillers between the gnomes. They’re simple and fun. But you can use almost anything. For example, I used cinnamon sticks for my little reindeer gnome garland, then I decided to use pink and purple felt balls for a valentine gnome garland. There’s no “wrong” – just whatever works for you!
- If you’re not feeling experienced enough to cut faux fur or you’re just not sure how to cut it to make it look decent, don’t worry. Flip the fur face-down on the table and, using a razor blade or craft knife, cut ONLY the fabric backing into the triangle shape the size and shape of the one noted on the pattern for the beards. Pull the cut fur piece away from the remaining fur and you’ll have a fantastic beard. Check out this video on how to cut fur to see it in action.
Get the Garland Pattern
Click below to add this fun pattern to your cart. So many gnomes can be made with this!
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- Bunny Gnome Pattern with a Carrot Hat – Such a cute bunny, this little guy has a carrot on his head and is everything I love about Easter.
- No-Sew Bunny Gnome Pattern – Quick and fun, this simple no-sew gnome pattern is perfect for making a bunny that has bunny legs and arms that are soooo squishy sweet!
Make an Easter Gnome Garland
Below is the written and printable tutorial. Watch the video tutorial for the Easter gnome garland here if you are a visual learner and be sure to save it to a YouTube playlist.
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