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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Win a Lucky Gnome!

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Clay gnomes date back to the 1800's and according to Scandinavian folklore, a lucky gnome or tomte, guards homes and farms. Through the years they began to be made of plastic and other materials.

I received this cute little gnome to review. He is dressed in shades of gray wool and makes me think of woodlands. The Gnome sits perfectly on his bottom and his legs can dangle over the edge of a shelf or ledge or they can folded cross-legged or anyway you wish. He's a great decoration during the holidays or anytime. The gnome is about 13 inches tall when his hat is straight up and is well made. The hat can be positioned to be pointed or bent over. If you'd like to check out this and other gnomes available, you can find them on Amazon, just follow my link below.



Would you like a chance to #WIN this one? Simply enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter below. Only the first task is mandatory so I can reach you if you win, but the other tasks earn you more chances.

Good Luck!




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Disclaimer: I received the item shown above at no cost in order to review. I was not compensated for this post. This post contains affiliate links which simply means that if you click on my links and make a purchase, I may make a small commission. This is at no cost to you at all. This giveaway is not sponsored by any company or any social media site. The Happy Clown With A Frown is responsible for shipping the prize to the winner. 

2 comments:

Ti Miller said...

Hi, I love the gnome. I can remember believing that the gnomes and elves lived in toadstools and trees. I always had a love for the little guys. Hope you and everyone has a fantastic day :-)

Heather Bridson said...

To many favorite memories to decide from..but favorite Christmas memory.. I grew up with 2 female cousins on one side of the family. At Chrstmas the three of us were sent into the bathroom and told to wait till we were told it was ok to come out. We came out and there were three cedar chests, handmade not like th eones in the fancy stores, but nice. I didn't know they were hope chests..I was only about 10ish... and so I said "Grandma got us Coffins" when we came out...everyone laughed and it is a favorite family story told yet today:) Still have mine at the foot of my bed as well.