Inspired by a tomte I made a while back, I pulled together this sachet mini gnome tutorial and made two fall gnomes I really love!
Sachet Mini Gnome Tutorial
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love coming up with a new way to make a gnome. But, sometimes, I remember gnomes I made a while ago, like this adorable sachet gnome, that inspire me to make another one similar.
And WOW! I was able to make these fun little sachet mini gnomes from scraps in just a few minutes that reminded me why I loved this simple gnome craft.
So, grab your favorite fall-colored scraps and a pair of scissors because it’s time to get started.
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Tips to Make a Scrapbuster Gnome
- Definitely grab your scraps for this project. These mini gnomes are just that – mini. So small, you’re not going to need even an 1/8 of a yard of fabric. But if that’s what you have, that’s good, too. Just grab your favorite!
- The bodies of the gnomes can be as big or as small as you want them to be. Seriously! It’s totally up to you, so whether you have a tiny scrap that’s your “favorite” or a large scrap (and you want a big round gnome), it’s all on you!
- I used some adorable mini hats that a friend sent to me. They’re the perfect size and there’s so much personality with these hats! Although mine came from a friend, you can find some similar ones at your local craft store or I found these adorable mini witch hats that look to be quite similar. I wasn’t able to find the straw hats online.
- Another fun thing about these mini gnomes? You can accessorize them to be your own unique creation! So, of course, I made the little pipe for my farmer gnome and, if you wanted, you could make a little broom for your witch!
How Do I Make this Sachet Mini Gnome Tutorial?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial. If you’re making a gnome crafts playlist on YouTube, here is our sachet mini gnome video tutorial.
More Fall Gnome Crafts You Might Like
- Fall Shelf Sitter Gnome Pattern – Fast, fun and absolutely adorable, this fall shelf sitter gnome is easily one of my favorite gnomes this season.
- Standing Scarecrow Gnome Pattern – The quintessential gnome for those who love a good pumpkin patch, this gnome is sassy and posable!
- Fall Gnome Garland – Anyone with a fall-decorated mantle would love to have this fun garland to bring that pop of fall color!
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