No sew mini DIY woodland gnome ornaments. So easy that you can make a bunch in no time. These are even more cute in person. Great for Christmas tree ornaments and packaging decor. These have fur on both sides of the beard so that if it were to spin it would look good on both sides. I gave these a lot of my packages this year and they were a huge hit.
Hot glue sticks – these are best. https://amzn.to/37ssFaN
Lint brush – https://amzn.to/2VFdDrz
Beard Faux Fur – https://amzn.to/3qtpJlR
Flannel fabric – Joann’s has a great selection
Felt Ball for nose – https://etsy.me/3qVbK8L – 20mm (3/4″)
Pipe Cleaners – Hobby lobby has thick ones
Needle nose pliers – closest to mine (mine are old) – https://amzn.to/2WgarmQ
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Thank you for the pattern , love it
Jackie w says
Was so fun to see
Rochelle Dahlquist says
I cannot get my fur and backing to separate. What am I doing wrong?
What type of fur did you buy and do you know the brand? You just have to snip the back, some people use a razer blade. I want to help you so please let me know. Thanks, Patti
Marie Davis says
i would like the pattern
Marie, here is a link to the pattern https://bit.ly/37fMphQ
Sharon Sprayberry says
Is there some where that I can get instructions that aren’t in video format?
Sharon, I am sorry, but I did not do written instructions for these videos. I wish I had more time to do that. Thanks, Patti
Thanks for the pattern! Can’t wait to try this
You are so welcome. I am glad you going to make them.
Would a regular pom pom work for the nose? If not, is there another alternative to a felt ball? I can’t wait to make some of these!
You could use a pom pom or a wooden bead. Either would work. Thanks, Patti
Christina Lindner says
Can’t wait to make these. I am going to use my Dad’s flannel shirt. He passed a way and I think it would be a way to make a special gift.
That’s a great idea. I am sorry for your loss. Thanks, Patti