Thanks Gnome Much

Hi friends,

Do you love gnomes? They are so cute, are everywhere, and just so fun! Unity Stamp Company has several new gnome stamp sets including this adorable Gnome-One Like You set.

I thought it would be fun to color this cute gnome in Christmas colors and make him into a thank you card. He’s perfect for saying “thank you” for those special Christmas gifts.

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I stamped the gnome with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored the image with Copic markers. I die cut the image with a scalloped oval die and layered it to a larger scalloped oval die cut from red card stock. (This is a good set of scalloped oval dies.) I then added dots of clear glitter glue to his hat.

I added a strip of green patterned paper to a white card and attached the stamped image to the card with foam tape. I stamped “thanks” with red ink (this is a nice red) in the bottom right corner of the card. (My “thanks” stamp has been in my collection forever and is no longer available, but this set has some great sentiments!)

I think this little guy is just so adorable…my head is already spinning with ideas for Valentine’s Day, birthdays, and thinking of you cards. Stayed tuned – I’m sure I will be sharing more fun cards with you!

Thanks Gnome Much for stopping by!


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