I wanted to share some of the things I’ve been making so far this summer with all of you.

The above photo is a patriotic sock gnome. Made with, you guessed it, a sock. He’s stuffed with Poly-Pellets Weighted Stuffing Beads and faux fur. For the nose, I took a small amount of sock and beads and used a rubber band twisted around. For his “hat,” I used half a small styrofoam circle and cut small pieces of patriotic flowers and blingy embellishments.

Mushroom Gnome

This little guy is made with Dollar Tree ceramic mushrooms, sitting on a wood round (Dollar Tree). He’s nestled in reindeer moss with tiny mushroom embellishments (both from Amazon). His nose is a medium wooden bead (Amazon). Faux fur (Amazon) and a little reindeer moss and small mushroom complete his hat.


Patrotic Rag Ornament 

I used a Mason jar ring and did a loop and pull-through with cut-up patriotic fabric from Walmart. The ribbon and small styrofoam balls came from Dollar Tree. Ending with a jute string hangy.


A “Round Tuit” Refrigerator Magnet

Okay, so maybe someday I’ll get “around to it.” I painted a smooth wood round (Amazon) and used my Cricut  with self-adhesive vinyl to cut the word “Tuit.” The flower and ladybug are buttons from Walmart, and the ribbon and mesh tubing I used to make a messy bow came from Dollar Tree. 


Pizza Pan Sign

Making pizza pan (and charger plate) door hangers is one of my favorites. I painted a Dollar Tree pizza pan, added jute string, and cut a 12-inch circle out of a placemat, also Dollar Tree. I used my Cricut to cut the vinyl (Amazon) words. I topped it off with a lemon pick from Joanne’s and a messy bow (ribbon from Sam’s Club). NOTE TO SELF: Hot glue will melt and make the jute hanger and placemat fall off if you hang it on a metal front door. 


Hello Summer Pizza Pan Door Hangy

Same as above. I used a Dollar Tree pizza pan and my Cricut to cut out the self-adhesive vinyl (Amazon) word, stars, and watermelon. I made a felt flower to go in the messy bow (the ribbon came from Sam’s Club 7 Dollar Tree). The same thing happened here, I had this on my door, and the thick jute string I made with hot glue melted, and I came home to a fallen sign. I think I’ll try using magnets on the next ones I make.


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7 Comments

  1. Love the crafts!! My favs are the patriotic gnome, the rag ornament, and yes to the welcome-ish sign!! Thanks so much for linking up at #IMadeItMondayLinkParty 14. Pinned.

  2. Its amazing all the different items you made, love the gnome.
    Thank you from your SSPS Team for sharing your various links with us at #266 SSPS Linky

  3. You're so welcome, Dee. Always my pleasure.

  4. Thank You and You're Welcome Esme'

  5. So many cute crafts! Thanks for sharing with us.

  6. They look so pretty and you can see a lot of love has gone into making them. Good luck with the magnets.Thanks for linking with #pocolo

  7. Paula, CONGRATS! Your welcome sign is FEATURED at #IMadeItMondayLinkParty 15.

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