Tomato cage gnomes DIY. Easy holiday decor tutorial on how to make a simple gnome made from a tomato cage and fabric.
This gnome decor just keeps getting cuter and cuter by the minute! Happy little gnomes in gigantic floppy hats with big noses sticking out of their fluffy beards.
But if you’ve followed along, then you know how this is going to go. I don’t have any! I’ll hold that adorable gnome for a second, look deep into its eyes and say “you are cute, but you’re not on sale.”
Back on the shelf the little guy goes as I walk away and the song, ‘you’ve got a friend in me‘ from toy story plays in my inner monolog. Really he dodged a bullet because with my luck, the dog would have eaten him.
Follow me on…
Although that gnome may not have come home with me, I knew a gnome was in my near future. Because I had a couple of tomato cages, fabric and pins to create a fun holiday decoration of our own.
TOMATO CAGE GNOMES DIY
- tomato cage
- fuzzy vest
- old shirt
- tree ornament and hook
- clothes pins or safety pins
Turn the tomato cage upside down and duct tape the ends together.
Slip an old sweater over the top. (bottom)
Using clothes pins or safety pins, attach a fuzzy vest or something similar for the beard.
Secure a tree ornament for the nose.
Wrap a large scarf around the top for the hat. Hold with clothes or safety pins. Fluff.
- Porch Light Reading – Holiday Home Tour
- Snowman Wreath – DIY Front Porch Holiday Decor
- Tomato Cage Gnomes DIY – Holiday Decor
- How to preserve pine cones | Home Decor
- How to make Orange Garland | DIY Decor
Add a bandana around the neck.
And that’s it! This is probably another one of my silly projects that really doesn’t need a tutorial, but honestly, these are to help get those creative juices flowing.
Of course you can use other materials! Something different for the nose perhaps. Or maybe you don’t have a fabulous green fuzzy fest for a beard. Look around and see how you can make this fun little holiday project your own.
He’s not perfect, but he sure is cute!
Best wish for a beautiful holiday season with friends, loved ones and a gnome or two. ~Sara
You also might like…
Back to Home & Garden
Back to Home Page
Save this idea to Pinterest for later!