Easy and Cute Dollar Tree DIY Gnome Christmas Tree

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I’m sharing a gnome Christmas Tree made with items from Dollar Tree, and the best part is you can adjust this to any size tree you want.

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Gnome Christmas Tree Materials

Gnome Christmas Tree Materials

  • Christmas Tree
  • Lights (optional)
  • Stocking
  • kid’s gloves or mittens
  • plastic ornament
  • santa ornament with fuzzy beard, or mop

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Instructions for gnome christmas tree

I have a mini tree that I’ll be using for this project. You can easily adjust this to any size tree, in fact, I’ll be showing you our 9-foot tree gnome at the end.

I bought this Santa ornament from Dollar Tree.  I pulled the beard off the ornament for my gnome.  If you can't find an ornament like this you could buy a dollar store mop or use yarn instead.

I bought this Santa ornament from Dollar Tree. I pulled the beard off the ornament for my gnome. If you can’t find an ornament like this you could buy a dollar store mop or use yarn instead.

I bought a stocking at Dollar Tree.  I cut the bottom of the stocking off in a triangle shape to help form my gnome hat.

I bought a stocking at Dollar Tree. I cut the bottom of the stocking off in a triangle shape to help form my gnome hat.

I turned the stocking inside out and used my hot glue gun to adhere the edges together.  You could sew this step if you prefer.

I turned the stocking inside out and used my hot glue gun to adhere the edges together. You could sew this step if you prefer.

Once the glue was cool, I turned the hat right side out.  I placed the hat on the top of my small tree.

Once the glue was cool, I turned the hat right side out. I placed the hat on the top of my small tree.

I placed a small ornament bulb under the hat for my gnome's nose.

I placed a small ornament bulb under the hat for my gnome’s nose.

I added the Santa beard to the front of my tree to create my gnome's beard.

I added the Santa beard to the front of my tree to create my gnome’s beard.

I added some kid's gloves to create hands-on my tree.  You could use mittens if you prefer.  You can also stuff the mittens or gloves if you like.

I added some kid’s gloves to create hands-on my tree. You could use mittens if you prefer. You can also stuff the mittens or gloves if you like.

I'm sharing a gnome Christmas Tree made with items from Dollar Tree, and the best part is you can adjust this to any size tree you want.

My gnome is all ready, and we leave this small one in our family room. Now let me show you our large tree in our living room….

I'm sharing a gnome Christmas Tree made with items from Dollar Tree, and the best part is you can adjust this to any size tree you want.

For our large tree, I wrapped a blanket around the top to become the gnome’s hat. I then added a large dollar store bulb for his nose. I added some oven mittens for his hands and my black boots for his feet. For his beard, I bought a mop, cut it in half, and tied the ends together. I made loops on either end and hung the beard on the tree.

Easy and Cute Dollar Tree DIY Gnome Christmas Tree Video

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Easy and Cute Dollar Tree DIY Gnome Christmas Tree

I’m sharing a gnome Christmas Tree made with items from Dollar Tree, and the best part is you can adjust this to any size tree you want.
Course Seasonal
Keyword gnome christmas tree
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 1
Author Chas
Cost 20

Equipment

  • Hot Glue Gun

Ingredients

  • Christmas Tree
  • Lights optional
  • Stocking
  • kid’s gloves or mittens
  • plastic ornament
  • santa ornament with fuzzy beard or mop

Instructions

  • I bought this Santa ornament from Dollar Tree. I pulled the beard off the ornament for my gnome. If you can’t find an ornament like this you could buy a dollar store mop or use yarn instead.
  • I bought a stocking at Dollar Tree. I cut the bottom of the stocking off in a triangle shape to help form my gnome hat.
  • I turned the stocking inside out and used my hot glue gun to adhere the edges together. You could sew this step if you prefer.
  • Once the glue was cool, I turned the hat right side out. I placed the hat on the top of my small tree.
  • I placed a small ornament bulb under the hat for my gnome’s nose.
  • I added the Santa beard to the front of my tree to create my gnome’s beard.
  • I added some kid’s gloves to create hands-on my tree. You could use mittens if you prefer. You can also stuff the mittens or gloves if you like.

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3 Comments

  1. Donna Marie says:

    You look really good in today’s blog!!!

    1. You’re so sweet, thank you so much! I’m growing my hair back out… takes forever lol

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