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Hi there! Emily Midgett here with you today with some last minute Christmas inspiration using these delightful little gnomes from Gnome Place Like Home. I can always use more Christmas cards, so I decided to do a two-fer and create two simple-ish cards with the cute little gnomes as the focal point. Let’s get started with the details!

To start, I stamped two gnomes from Gnome Place Like Home using Copic-friendly ink, then colored them using some icy peppermint colors in pastel pink and mint. I die cut them using the coordinating dies.

For the (super masculine, ha) “guy” version, I die cut a Winter Prism die from some white cardstock and layered it over the top of a pale gray A2 card base. Next, I die cut the Happy Christmas label die (I love the scallops and the little piercings around the edge of the interior die!) from some mint shimmer and lavender shimmer cardstocks, then layered them over the Winter Prism card base.

I die cut the greeting using the Gnome for the Holidays coordinating dies from some silver glitter cardstock and white cardstock. I adhered all of the die cuts to the card front using foam adhesive.

For the more feminine version, I began by stamping some snowflakes using the snowflake stamps included in the Gnome Place Like Home stamp set. I also added a few little dots of white gel pen to fill out the snowy corner. I adhered the leftover die cuts from the Happy Christmas label die using liquid adhesive in the bottom right corner.

Finally, I adhered the little gnome and the greeting using foam adhesive.

Well, that’s all for me today! Only 12 days left before Christmas…. eek! Are you ready? I’m not! Thanks so much for stopping by today, and have a marvelous day!

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3 responses to “Gnome for Christmas!”

  1. Andre M. says:

    Lovely light colouring on these sweet gnomes, thanks for the inspirations.

  2. TracyM #6773 says:

    LOVE your cards!
    The gnomes are SO CUTE, your designs SO ELEGANT!
    Thank you for sharing and INSPIRING 🙂