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If you love gnomes as much as I do, you’re going to love this fun and festive Gnome Holiday Printable collection. A quick and easy way to add some cute gnomes to your holiday decor.
Guess what my gnomies? I have a fun collection of Holiday Gnome Printables that I think you’re going to love – especially if you love gnomes as much as I do!
Gnomes have been pretty popular for a few years now and I’m totally obsessed with them. We started collecting gnome ornaments a few years ago and I’ve also added a few Christmas gnomes to our fireplace decor but then I realized that we also needed a gnome sign in our entry way. So I couldn’t resist. I had to create a collection of Holiday Gnome Printables.
I was going to create a gnome SVG bundle but I didn’t want to leave out my gnomies who don’t have a Cricut. Plus, printables are so much easier to use. Just download, print, and add to a frame. It’s that easy! Let’s face it – we’re already super busy during these holiday months so we need to keep decorating quick and easy.
Gnome Holiday Printable Collection
I’ve made it so easy for you to download these festive holiday prints. All you have to do is print them out, pop into a frame, and hang on your wall. How easy is that?! I’ve created 4 different designs so you can choose the one you like best or print them all out and place them throughout your home.
This fun collection of Gnome printables includes four designs:
- There’s Gnome Place Like Home for the Holidays
- Merry Christmas Gnomies
- Welcome to our Gnome Sweet Gnome
- Merry Christmas
There are a few ways to use these Christmas printables:
- Keep it simple and just add the printable to your favorite frame.
- Print the printable and add to your favorite frame but keep the glass off the frame. Use double sided tape on the back of the printable to keep it from falling out of the frame.
- Use spray adhesive or Mod Podge to adhere printable to a piece of wood.
How to Print these Gnome Printables
Printing on cardstock or photo paper is definitely the best way to print these printables. When I’ve tried to print on regular printer paper I’ve found that the ink causes the paper to wrinkle a little especially if the printable requires a lot of ink. Framing a printable on good quality paper makes a huge difference.
I also recommend using a professional printing service to get the best quality. I go to Office Depot or Staples a lot to print my printables. I’ve also used Shutterfly and Walgreens to print large printables. Most printables use a lot of ink so it may even save you money to get them professionally printed.
I recommend printing these images out as an 8×10, 11×14 or 16×20.