Mini Mushroom Gnome Pattern Is Perfect for a Farmhouse Tiered Tray!
The most perfect farmhouse tiered tray gnome with a mushroom cap, this mini mushroom gnome pattern is so quick and fun!
Mini Mushroom Gnome Pattern
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we have fallen in love with gnomes. For a while now, they’ve just been the focus for my crafting. It’s like I can make so many different variations and the gnomes go with so many decorating opportunities. But mushroom gnomes have become a new thing I get a kick out of. This latest new variation is a tiny, itty bitty, mini mushroom gnome pattern that is perfectly sized for a farmhouse tiered tray!
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Just tall enough to peek out and be the gnome-stealing-the-show in the tray, I love him. Plus, the pattern is ridiculously easy too. If you’re ready to make a fun little gnome mushroom, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Gnome Mushrooms
- Take a second to snag the Wild Gnome Pattern here for the details on making this mushroom gnome. And, for a fun surprise, there are SIX more tomten variations included in this same pattern set! There’s a little pine cone gnome, a flower pot gnome, a succulent gnome (kind of my favorite), a butterfly gnome, and a moss hat gnome in addition to this mushroom cap gnome.
- Into making several gnomes at once or you just hate scissor-work? That’s cool, I totally have you. Just click here to grab a set of cut files AND the Wild Gnome Pattern that you can use with your Cricut or Silhouette. A fun, scissors-free gnome pattern, can you believe it?! LOL!
- If beards are your least favorite part of making a gonk, don’t let that be your bane! It’s super simple to cut faux fur to get a flowy beard– and not leave it all blocky and squared off. Just flip over the fur, exposing the fabric backing and use a craft knife to cut through just the fabric. Check out this quick and easy video here that I made to help you!
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Click below to add this fun pattern to your cart. So many gnomes can be made with this!
How Do I Make this Mini Mushroom Gnome Pattern?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you’re making a gnome patterns playlist on YouTube, here is our mini mushroom gnome pattern video tutorial.
More Mini Gnome Patterns You Might Like
- Flower Pot Hat Gnomes – Such a cute set and only as big as you want to make them, they’re either itty bitty or could even be gigantic!
- Mini Scandinavian Kissing Gnomes – They’re just the cutest couple with a little touch of Scandi style, smooching away in the tiered tray.
- Tiny Tiered Tray Gnome – Not really a pattern, per se, but more of a tutorial with all the directions you need to make a tiny gnome from scraps!
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