Add some simple Christmas cheer to your decor with this free Christmas gnome printable that reads “There’s Gnome Place Like Home for the Holidays.”
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Who else looks forward to classic Christmas songs like this one by Perry Como?
“Oh, there’s no place like home for the holidays
‘Cause no matter how far away you roam
If you want to be happy in a million ways
For the holidays, you can’t beat home, sweet home”
I’ve been crazy about gnomes – tomten in Swedish or nissen in Norwegian – since last Christmas. I love the Scandinavian style and this is sort of their version of Elf on the Shelf. The gnomes hide around your home and keep an eye on you. If you’re good, they bring you gifts on Christmas Eve. If you’re naughty, they play pranks on you.
Christmas gnome wall art
I made this holiday printable to be fun and playful. It reads “There’s gnome place like home for the holidays” and has several cute gnomes and a row of houses.
My printable is leaning against the shelf where all my gnomes are hanging out, but this would look great in a seasonal gallery wall or could even be given as a gift for someone who loves gnomes.
After I printed mine out, I used the inside of the picture frame to mark where it needed to be trimmed to 8×10.
I cut it down with my paper trimmer and then popped it in the frame.
I used to hate opening picture frames because inevitably I broke a nail or two. Then I came up with this easy hack – using a letter opener to pry back the metal clips. It’s quick and saves my fingers!
Get the printable
The full-sized printable is 8.5×11-inches. I recommend printing on regular computer paper or card stock. There is room to trim it down to 8×10-inches for framing and you could scale it smaller by printing at less than 100 percent.
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