How to Make a Christmas Gnome from a Tide Pod Container

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      drea

      Here’s a super cute crafty idea I came across a few days ago, created by Barefoot & Freckled. This Christmas gnome is a fun way to repurpose a tide pod container and give it new life. If you want to place these outdoors on a covered porch or patio, you can put rocks or sand in the container before gluing the hat on.

      🎅🏻Santa Tide Pod Container Gnome Tutorial

      Supplies used:
      •Empty Tide Pod Container
      •Santa Hat
      •Faux Fur- you can get it from Hobby Lobby
      •Wooden Ball Knob
      •Paint- Waverly chalk paint (color is Plaster)
      •Mod Podge to seal the paint
      •Hot Glue

      1. Don’t toss that empty tide pod container!
      2. Paint the back & halfway around the sides; no need to paint the front where the beard will be. Let it dry completely.
      3. Apply a coating of mod podge, which seals the paint and prevents chipping.
      4. Add the hat by hot-gluing it down, so it doesn’t fall off.
      5. Cut the fur to size to create his beard and cut out a small area in the top center to adhere the ball knob for the nose. Glue the beard down using hotglue.
      6. Hot glue the ball knob on for the nose.
      7. Add a couple of little pieces of fur to create a cute mustache.
      8. Add additional pics or greenery as desired for decoration.

      🎅🏻Santa Tide Pod Container Gnome Video Tutorial

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      Created & Posted by Barefoot & Freckled on Sunday, November 13, 2022

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Holidays & Special Occasions Christmas-Yule-hanukkah-Kwanzaa-Winter Solstice How to Make a Christmas Gnome from a Tide Pod Container