Spotted any Garden Gnomes lately??


 Guess what I found at Targe’ this weekend??   Yep, this little Garden Gnome.   Every garden should have one!   If you’re not familiar with these magical little creatures, here’s a link to a site that explains their story.    So, I guess I’ve started to collect Garden Gnomes.   AND,  I Brake For Stamps has a whole sheet of awesome GGs!   I thought they would make a perfect gnotecard gift set for any gardener friends you might have.   🙂



 I made a gift box for the five gnotecards following this awesome tutorial over at Splitcoast Stampers.  



Thought you might enjoy a closeup view of each of the gnomes in the set . . .


Aren’t they the cutest??!!    hmmmm ….

I guess you either love em or hate em.   🙂    But, if you do love them, be sure to go to I Brake For Stamps to see the entire set of Garden Gnomes!    And, for a 10% discount, use code SAVE10Mary.  

The weather is perfect today here in Wisconsin, so I was able to get out and actually take these pictures outside!!   Woo hoo  AND, TGIF!!   Hope you have a great weekend.Smiley from



  1. Rebekka says:

    I feel like I just repeat my self over and over; These are gorgeous!! Your coloring is just fabulous.

  2. Oh my gosh, how cute are these little guys! What a clever idea to make a set of them and a gift box. Your Targe gnome is adorable, but you might want to take your Copics and brighten his eyes. Or, give him a few drops of Clariten, in case it’s from too much pollen. He just needs a touch of color, but your stamped gnomes are perfectly colorful. Adorable! (Wow, I’m getting bold – better tone it down. I’m intoxicated with the gorgeous Spring air.)

  3. it´s beautiful, bye.-

  4. I love them!

  5. I love love love them!!!! Great coloring and gift box!

  6. Put me in the Love em category, these are adorable!

  7. Fabulously cute!! Love these guys!!

  8. These little guys are adorable and you these guys “flower!” Yes indeed!

  9. WOW!!! You went OUTSIDE??!!!!! But, you can’t make cards out there!! 🙂 ❤


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