This Epic Gnome String Art is So Simple and Fun!
This fun farmhouse DIY craft is really easy. With the free template, this gnome string art came together so fast and looks so adorable!
Gnome String Art
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love gnomes. And when my daughter wanted to try string art, what could be more perfect than putting together a whimsical little cutie like this?
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If you like string art, be sure to check out the Baby Yoda string art we did, too. It was a fun afternoon for everyone. If you’re ready to make your very own little string art gnome, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make String Art Gnome
- Start by grabbing the free printable gnome string art template. It has markings for each nail, though you can certainly use fewer nails than I did. Just remember that more nails will make for a more dense stringing, so by reducing the nails, it will create more gaps in the completed image.
- When I initially set out to do this gnome string art, I tried to use a thin wood because, for some reason, I thought it would be easier to nail. While that was definitely true, unfortunately the thin wood actually broke between each of the nails. Moral of the story – choose a solid wood, at least 1/4-inch thick.
- I have learned it’s significantly cheaper to buy your embroidery thread in sets, like these.
- I recommend choosing to use a solid background for your gnome string art. It could be any color, really, just make sure that it looks good with the colors you select for your gnome’s shirt and hat. The white was right for me with the yellows and purples, so I used a white chalk paint for my wood.
How Do I Make this Gnome String Art?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
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- Simple Farmhouse Sock Gnomes with Boots – Now, I love a good string art, but a cute DIY gnome? That’s really my game!
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