Here is another delightful way to enjoy gnomes. Make these easy DIY gnome wine bottle toppers for Christmas this year. Aren’t they cute?
— G.K. Chesterton
DIY Gnome Wine Bottle Toppers
Gnomes are still very popular this Christmas! They are in all the stores in all kinds of adaptations. I will show you how easy it is to make your own.
Gnome Christmas Decor
Ruth’s easy gnome wine topper is the perfect way to gift a bottle of wine or decorate your own home this holiday season.
You can also make them a little smaller and use them as ornaments for your Christmas tree.
Hostess Gift Ideas
These little guys are the perfect hostess gift. Bringing a bottle of wine to the party is always a winning idea. This year, dress things up a bit!
They are quick to make, and you can make multiples, so you are ready for any event that pops up!
Here is what you’ll need. Affiliate links are included below.
How to Make
1 Cut out the two pieces, the hat triangle and the beard. When cutting the craft fur, slide your scissors to the base of the fur so you cut only the base and not the fur.
With the right sides of the fabric together, fold the hat in half lengthwise. Stitch and reinforce at both ends by backstitching. Gently turn the right side out.
2 Trim the fur off the top edge of the beard. It is optional to clip the corners off where the dashed lines are. You can also make the beard longer or shorter. You are the gnome artist!
Next, insert it into the hat. Be sure the fur piece is facing forward. Run a line of hot glue across the inside brim of the hat. Position the beard and hold the two pieces together until they cool slightly.
3 In the front, tuck the nose slightly under the hat brim and adhere it with hot glue. Add additional trims as desired.
Have fun creating your gnome wine toppers! Let me know if you make them.
Thanks for stopping by,
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