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Fall Medium Wood Gnome

Hi friends and happy Monday.  Jennifer here on the blog to share one of the cute new Wood Gnome Shapes! There are three different styles including the Medium Wood Gnome 1 that I  used for my project! The are so adorable and you can decorate them for just about any season/theme. 


I  began by painting the feet of my gnome with brown acrylic paint. Only one coat is needed as the birch wood accepts the paint nicely; plus using a small amount of paint allows for the wood grain to show through! 


I  used the same color of paint on the beard portion again using a small amount to cover the wood.  


Once my paint was dry, I  added a coat of crackle paint to the surface.  Once that was dry, I  painted the beard with off white acrylic paint.  This helps give it some dimension and not look flat. 


While my beard was drying, I  used my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive to cover the body and hat pieces with patterned paper.  I  then trimmed excess paper with scissors and an x-acto knife. A sanding tool will help smooth any edges as well as give them a distressed look. 


I   assembled the Circle Mini Shaker Shape and added die cuts and stickers to decorate.  I  then adhered it to the center of the gnome followed by the two hand pieces. 


I  also used a cute floral cluster to add to the hat brim as well as tied jute string around the top.


Thank you for stopping by the blog today! You can check out all things new with Clear Scraps by clicking HERE!  Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, die cuts, stickers, enamel dot: Simple Stories; paint: DecoArt, FolkArt; crackle paint: Martha Stewart Crafts; sequins: Recollections; border punch: EK Success; adhesive: Beacon, Thermoweb; misc: jute, sanding tool, x-acto knife


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