Wild West Cowboy Gnome

I have been wanting to making a cowboy gnome for quite some time now. I think my son having his very first horseback riding lesson may just have been the inspiration I needed to actually get it done. I love all the little details, like his button buckle, leather belt, fringe chaps, twine lasso…you get it!

I hope you are staying healthy wherever you are. Thanks for stopping by my blog! You can find this guy and my other gnomes in my Etsy shop:



Sunflowers and Summertime!

I’ve been selling buffalo plaid gnomes holding cotton stems for some time now, but I decided it was time to offer a different accessory. What do you think of the felt sunflowers? I think they are bright and cheery!

I hope your Summer is off to a great start and that you and your loved ones are staying healthy! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Here is the link to my Etsy shop where these and other gnomes can be found:


Fourth of July Gnome

Since Covid-19 and quarantine life took over the world, keeping up with my Etsy shop has taken a back seat. My sons have been home trying to do school work virtually. In order to make sure that’s happening, I’ve been pretty unproductive on the gnome-front. Ha! Today, though, I took a little time out to create a new Fourth of July gnome.

He was so fun to make, and I just love that his little pinwheel really spins! He’s about six inches tall, so he fits great on a tiered tray.

This patriotic little guy and more of his friends can be found at my Etsy shop:


Have a great weekend, and thanks for stopping by!