This gnome teacup garden adds a little fun and whimsy to a rainy day. Grab the kids, some basic craft supplies, and let’s get crafting.
If you have little treasures you can’t part with or come across fun finds like single teacup set, why not turn them into something creative? Let the little ones go wild with their greenery, accessories, and extras.
Gnome Teacup Garden
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I loved making this gnome and fairy garden with my daughter almost as much as I love gnomes. And honestly, we have so many bits, bobs, trinkets, and extras floating around that it made it really fun to hunt them down to add.
This is a fun rainy day craft for kids, as it uses natural elements they can pull in from outdoors and it uses craft supplies you’re likely to have on hand. Let’s get started making a gnome teacup garden.
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Tips to Make This Gnome Craft for Kids
- Let the kids get creative because the more freedom they have, the more fun they’ll have.
- Use leftover craft supplies from other projects, pompoms, glitter glue, pieces from Kiwi Crates (is that just our house), and even those mini toys. Anything small works for this easy craft.
- If you have younger kids and don’t want to make the pieces, run to the craft store and use the fairy finds. The Dollar Tree carries a lot of seasonal fairy and gnome miniatures, as well.
Make a Gnome Teacup Garden
Below is the written and printable tutorial you can leave open or print off for the kids. If you’re making a gnome or fairy garden playlist on YouTube, here is our gnome teacup garden video tutorial.
More Gnome Crafts for Kids
- Gnome Paper Plate Craft – Let little ones combine their love of painting with peek-a-boo fun.
- Gnome Paper Roll Craft – A less-than-ten-minute craft that will give your kids a new friend, puppet, and a fun toy.
- Popsicle Stick Gnome Puppets –
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