I agree completely.
I want to love them, but when it comes right down to placing something in the garden, I go for a rusty urn or architectural fragment every time.How was your Christmas HG?!
I had a lovely Christmas, David, thanks.I, however, feel no pressure to love gnomes. None.
I would like to join.
The one pictured here is cuter than most I have to say. How about using it your headline when spring has sprung!
I know, I jumped the gun but it was etsy's fault. I received an email alerting me to these and I couldn't contain myself.
Agreed. Although, this one's not so bad...
HI Lori,Made me laugh - my brother has a thing for gnomes. So glad you are enjoying your print! Happy New Year!
Meanwhile, I feel a certain kinship with the gnomes, being as I am small and occasionally sprightly. Also, I have been known to wear funny hats and pass out drunkenly on front lawns with my pants around my knees. 2008 was awesome.
Hi Rachel - Thanks for stopping by. I changed the photo to help you play along. :-)Anne - I know they're popular. Only crazy people used to have them in their gardens. Ha.Erin - I got nothing. That cracked me up.
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