A Table Fit For A Gnome


We have had our gnome house for almost 2 years now, and just like my own house, I am always adding a little here and there, changing this and that, and allowing our environment to reflect the seasons. When preparing our gnome house for Valentines Day, I decided we needed plates and cups. There are many different ways I could have gone with this… including using natural clay to craft them, but I must admit I took the easy route this time and used some  Polymer Clay I had on hand. Certainly, the same idea can be used with natural clay, but I do like the pretty pinks and reds for Valentines Day and will make some natural ones for every day use later 🙂

If you are interested in crafting your own set of cups, dishes, and vases, the directions can be found HERE or with our FREE Patterns. The kids will love helping with this craft. Enjoy!

WARNING: These are definitely CHOKE HAZARDS and should not be used with small children that still put toys in their mouths.

Kimara

2 Comments

  1. Oh. So cute. I would so make these if I didn’t have an 18 month old that terrorizes the gnome house on a daily bases, much to the chagrin of his four year old sister. I bookmarked this and will definitely add these to our house when Godzilla is a little older. Thanks for an inspirational blog that tickles my funny bone. Love you guys!!!

  2. those are adorable. i fell in love with your little gnomes house. what a different way of having a natural corner.

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