Meet Violet, a small female gnome who took a great fall. Upon pouring to many garden gnomes I tripped over a ceramic mold and this poor girl become a gnome on board. Some of you might think that I stumbled upon something a little off the wall so I put a hole in the back of her hat and she became a gnome wall plaque. She dried with her feet straight up in the air and now she can be a small coat hook for a lightweight jacket or sweeter. Combine Violet with Jabber Jat who also took a great fall and you now have a his and her small coat rack. For those of you that have access to a kiln to fire with glaze paints she now turns into a spoon rest. How many of you have a boyfriend or husband that likes to whine, well serve him some cheese as now she becomes a cheese platter for his whine. Only a funny garden gnome can get away with so many cute ideas but she is here for your fun filled gnome craft.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This item comes unfinished and unpainted in white ceramic bisque. Photo shown is a representation of the detail that can be achieved when painted. Inexpensive indoor and outdoor water-base acrylic paints are readily available at craft stores near you.
FUNNY GARDEN GNOME DIMENSIONS:
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For those who have a kiln or access to a ceramic shop all unfinished or paintable bisque has been fired to a cone of 04. These can be painted with Mayco Stroke & Coat wonderglaze for bisque, Duncan Concepts and other ceramic paint companies with specially designed underglaze paints for bisque and fired at a cone of 06.