Meet Nod, a sleeping gnome that’s always napping amongst the mushrooms that are surrounding him. These unpainted ceramic bisque gnome statues will bring your garden or patio to life with fantasy gnome mischief. While Nod can be seen with his brothers Winken and Blinken he also enjoys spending time with female gnome friend Twilight. Nods favorite place to sleep is by his favorite garden mushroom. If you watch closely, you just might see these whimsical funny characters playing, hiding, and napping right in your own backyard.
This funny garden gnome weighs about 2 lbs and while sleeping is 15″ tall long with his mushroom friends. Nod is here for your creativity and is ready to be painted. Suitable for children, adults, seniors, and fantasy enthusiasts of all ages who dare to bring him to life… You can be your own creative artist with this unfinished bisque ceramic gnome. .
IMPORTANT NOTE: This item comes unfinished and unpainted in white ceramic bisque. Photo shown is a representation of the detail that can be achieved when painted. Inexpensive indoor and outdoor water-base acrylic paints are readily available at craft stores near you.
SLEEPING GARDEN GNOME DIMENSIONS:
- 9″ tall
- 15″ long
- Weight: 2 lbs
CERAMIC GNOME FIGURINE FEATURES:
- Fired ceramic from clay
- Amazing detail
- Finish with paint or gluing sequences & glitter
- Paint using your own acrylic stains
- Spray your own clear gloss or matte finish
- Easily touch up when needed
- Great activity for all children, adults and seniors
- Excellent activity for individuals, parties and groups
- Outstanding hobby
- Made in the USA
PAINTABLE GNOMES KEY POINTS:
- Be a creative artist
- Great for gifts
- Makes a beautiful indoor figurine decoration
- Excellent for flower beds, rock gardens or water gardens as statue or sculpture
For those who have a kiln or access to a ceramic shop all unfinished or paintable bisque has been fired to a cone of 04. These can be painted with Mayco Stroke & Coat wonderglaze for bisque, Duncan Concepts and other ceramic paint companies with specially designed underglaze paints for bisque and fired at a cone of 06.