If you’ve ever needed to add just a little bit of height to your gnomes for the perfect layout, this farmhouse Dollar Tree gnome stand is exactly what you need.
Farmhouse Dollar Tree Gnome Stand
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love making gnomes. But sometimes, I just need a little tiny bit more height for a gnome. I mean, just a little bit more is all I need to make a really nicely laid-out farmhouse tiered tray or set-up my entry table. I mean, who likes everything to be all the same height?! Not me. Variety is the spice of life. So, late one night inspiration struck.
I had a couple of Dollar Tree supplies lying around that were calling my name, so I whipped-up this easy farmhouse Dollar Tree gnome stand and solved my little height issue! If you can’t wait to add a little height to your latest gnome, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make a Dollar Tree Stand
- I definitely recommend using something a little sturdier than hot glue for this particular craft. I decided to use E6000 glue like this, just for a bit more hold.
- You can’t go wrong with Dollar Tree supplies, but if you’re having trouble finding the wood round at the dollar store, you can generally find one at your local hardware store or grab a nice wood round that will work perfectly here.
- If you need a cute gnome to put on top of your farmhouse Dollar Tree gnome stand, there’s nothing cuter than this little DIY mini sachet gnome I made ages ago.
How Do I Make this Farmhouse Dollar Tree Gnome Stand?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
- 3-inch Wood Round
- Clear candle stick holder
- Black Chalk Paint
- Stain of choice (I used Early American)
- E6000 Glue
- Paint Brush
- Sand your wood round if it's rough. Stain with color of choice and allow the stain to dry completely.
- Paint the candle stick holder using black chalk paint. Allow the paint to dry completely. It may take more than one coat to cover well, so repeat painting, as needed.
- Turn both the wood round and the candlestick upside down and glue the candlestick to the center of the wood round using the E6000. Allow the glue to set overnight and enjoy!
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- Gnome from a Cup – Quick little gnome you can make with a cup, some ingenuity and a a little hot glue!
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