Gnomes for the Holidays Blog Hop

Welcome to the Scrap ‘N Stamp Gnomes for the Holiday Blog Hop! Gnomes seem to be everywhere these days; in home décor, clothing, and in print. So we’ve stayed on trend, and created fun holiday cards for you, featuring lots of gnomes!


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Gnome for the Holiday Blog Hop

After you’ve enjoyed my card, and left your comment, click on the link at the bottom of this post to head over to Jessica’s post – you’re going to love what she’s created for you! Now – let’s get on with my card, shall we?


The stamp set I used is from Spellbinders, named Be Merry – Holiday Gnomes! This stamp set features 3 adorable gnomes, along with sentiments and several other images.

Gnomes for the Holidays Blog Hop

Of course, I had to use the stamp set name, for my sentiment!


The most difficult part of creating this card, is choosing the colours for your gnome couture! First, cut a piece of smooth with cardstock for a slimline panel. Next, line up the gnomes and the paper in your stamp platform, and stamp all 3 at once with Nocturne ink. Cover the ink with clear embossing powder, and heat set. Now use your chosen colours for the gnomes.  I chose from my Copic markers; B00 Frost Blue, B02 Robin’s Egg Blue, R29 Lipstick Red, G03 Meadow Green, YG07 Acid Green, YG25 Celadon Green, and W3 Warm Gray.  Here’s a close up photo of the cute gnomes!

Gnomes for the Holiday Blog Hop

Next, stamp one of the trees onto a piece of scrap copy paper. Cut it out with scissors (or the die, if you have those), to use as a mask. First, stamp the dark green trees on either side of the gnomes. Then, using the paper mask over the front trees, stamp the background trees in a different green.  Use a blending tool and lightly blend Tumbled Glass Distress Ink around the edges of the cardstock.  Next, stamp the sentiment in red ink, and then die cut it with a stitched square die.


Attach the sentiment with some foam tape, and then layer the stamped  panel onto a green cardstock, with more foam tape. Next, attach these to a red card base. Finish off your card by adding some embellishments – I used some snowflake and silver sequins from my stash.

Gnomes for the Holidays Blog Hop


I hope that you’ve enjoyed my Gnome for the Holidays card! I’m sure that you’ll love seeing what the rest of the Design Team have created, for your enjoyment. Be sure to comment here, before you leave!  If you shop at Scrap ‘N Stamp, be sure to use my Designer Discount Code 10DEB at checkout, for 10% OFF your total order (regular priced items only).

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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a card, painting or other project - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you create with me! :)

25 thoughts on “Gnome for the Holiday Blog Hop

  1. Love, love, love your gnome card!! It’s such a happy, feel good card that it made me chuckle, so cute! Your colouring is awesome and I like the little bit of bling! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Ha.. what a fun card! Perfect for a guy card, although the pig tails and beard on the same gnome confuse me. Ha ha, but most does anymore. Tee hee. The colors are wonderful! Super cute.. love the hats over the eyes. Perfect gnomie trees. Love it!

  3. I love the colors for the gnomes that you chose, they feel very homey. I also loves the trees on that slimline card.

    1. What a fabulous Christmas card! Gnomes always make me smile. My compliments on your expert Copic colouring!

    1. Ha ha!! I see what you did there, Pam 🙂 I’m glad that you’re gnome longer missing out on the fun 😉

  4. Who doesn’t love a Gnome card? Your colouring is so good, and the adorable gnomes are framed so nice with those trees! Love this stamp set. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I love the middle grizzled, but adorable, trucker-looking gnome in this set! I always forget about trying a slimline card when designing my layouts, but this is a perfect size for this stamp set.

  6. Your selection of colours for the gnomes’ couture is fabulous; they’re quite dashing in their outfits! Your trio work wonderfully on the slimline!

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