Hello humans of the internet! Since I’m decorating for Christmas I can’t neglect my plants.
Hello humans of the internet! I had a lot of fun putting this together. It’s on my bed, but I think it would be cute on a couch. I meant to post this earlier but I got distracted by laundry and cleaning and being an adult (also playing video games a little.)
Hello humans of the internet! Yes, I’m decorating one tiny room for Christmas and I’m basically doing one little space at a time. Today the decoration area is the bookshelf (it’s secretly a night stand).
Hello Humans of the internet! I’ve decided to make a coupe of DIY type posts about making Christmas decorations this year. I also feel like I should post those now if you actually want to make them for your decorations because you would need to make them before you decorate and I think most people start decorating after Thanksgiving. At least most people in the US. I don’t know when you decorate. Decorate whenever it makes you happy.
On to the gnomes. Personally, I love gnomes, not specifically Christmas gnomes. I have a small collection of tiny gnomes for my house plants. Back when I was either in middle or high school, I made some pinecone gnomes, which I need to see if I still have. Today, I’m making felt gnomes. It’s pretty easy all you will need is
- hot glue
Then, cute out one triangle, and one square, I used red, green, and blue felt for all of my gnomes. You will also need an oval of a tan color felt.
Glue some yarn to the bottom of the triangle and cut the loops.
Then glue the triangle and square together, you can cut little rounded edges on the bottom of the square but I don’t really feel like it matters.
Then glue on the nose.
Now, you see how fast and easy it is to make a gnome and if you’re like me and have too much felt you can make some. At least I don’t have too much felt. Now I have too many gnomes. I will update this when I know what to do with them.