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Gnomes aren’t just for Christmas time! These adorable enchanted creatures are being used to celebrate a wide variety of holidays from Valentine’s Day to Easter! Download 6 free Gnome SVG files including a Gnome Sweet Gnome Cut File for making mugs, wood signs, shirts, hoodies, pillows, home decor and so much more with your Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore or Cricut Joy!
Hi crafty friends! It’s the first Tuesday of the month and you know what that means! It’s time for a brand new SVG cut files collection! This month’s my friends and I created gnome SVG files and I’m 100% smitten with them!
Use these cut files to create pillows, mugs, t-shirts, hoodies, tote bags, wall art, stickers, signs for the front door, handmade gifts and so much more!
Don’t forget to read to the bottom of this post to see the amazing gnome SVG cut files my crafty friends made.
Gnomes have always had a very special place in my heart. When I was a little girl I went to Geneva Elementary School and our mascot was a gnome.
Our elementary school had beautiful forest themed murals painted on the walls, with red hatted, pink cheeked gnomes in each panel.
Some of my friends joke that my childhood sounds a bit like a fairy tale. I grew up in a tree house of sorts, in the middle of the forest, with raccoons, flying squirrels, chipmunks, bunnies and deer.
My sister and I spent a lot of our spare time exploring the forest, making up fantasy worlds where fallen trees were bridges, sheets of moss were princess beds and the forest animals were our friends.
We dreamed of playing with the gnomes, fairies and pixies and our imaginations were vivid.
So needless to say, I was very excited when I saw this month’s theme was all about my favorite little gnomies!
Gnome Sweet Gnome SVG
I’ve been so happy that gnomes have become popular again over the past couple of years. I think that they are so much fun.
I had such a wonderful time drawing the sweet little gnome for my cut file today.
For this month’s SVG file I created a Gnome Sweet Gnome SVG file. I think that this cut file is perfect just about any home decor piece.
The gnome is holding a sign in his hands. I’ve included the word “Welcome” on the sign but you could easily switch out the welcome for any word/words that you would like.
For example you could put your family’s name on the sign, the words “I love you”, “Est.” with the year you were married or moved into the house– the possibilities really are endless.
My Cricut Facebook group got a sneak peek of this design! Hop on over to Facebook and join us in the fun!
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- This file can be used in part or in whole for your personal projects.
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Ready to see the amazing designs my very talented friends made?
Isn’t this bundle so adorable? Which will you download first?
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Tell me… Which of these SVG files will you use first and what craft projects will you make with it?