This is the cutest seasonal sign ever! It’s so adorable. And I made this home gnome seasonal interchangeable sign in just minutes!
Gnome Interchangeable Seasonal Sign
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are a little in love with making nisser for all my seasonal decorations, but the most epic gnome interchangeable seasonal sign is definitely one of my favorites! It was so easy and is such a fun little tomte project that I couldn’t wait to share it.
I won’t tell you that this was exactly how I envisioned this project, but I really wanted to try and see if I could find a way to paint lettering that looks sharp and nice without my Cricut–or even a template. Definitely worth the time to try out, and though I’ll probably use my Cricut for most project, it was fun to do once.
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So, if you want to make letters with a Cricut, feel free, but if you want to follow my tutorial, I feel that I have made it quite detailed enough that you can totally follow along without any problems. If you’re ready to make a gnome sign for yourself, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make a Seasonal Sign
- Click here to get the gnome template for each of the seasonal gnomes.
- Be absolutely sure that the paint is dry between layers. You don’t want to peel off any paint when you’re taping off the next layer.
- You don’t have to make the gnome noses from clay. You can certainly use a wooden bead or a wine cork even. But I liked the look of the big fat nose from clay for these adorable little gnomes.
- For decorations on each of the gnome faces, I just used some supplies I had around the craft room. The snowflake for the winter gnome is a scrapbooking sticker, the acorns for the fall nisse came from an old fall centerpiece, the flowers for the pink summer tomte are from a scrapbooking flower set and the greenish-yellow flowers for the spring nisse were from a floral bouquet I had for other projects. Simple and sweet!
How Do I Make this Gnome Interchangeable Seasonal Sign?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
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- Nordic Viking Gnome – This is one of the cutest gnomes I’ve ever made. Super fun–and just a bit this side of silly!
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