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17" Christmas Gnome Decoration Indoor/Outdoor Light Gray & Dark Grey Color

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17" Christmas Gnome Decoration Indoor/Outdoor 

When the holiday season comes up decorations are a huge part of many businesses. This Christmas gnomes decoration is perfect for setting up in front lawns. It's soft and has a funny look. It comes in two assortments one in white and the other in grey. It is a great decoration that will get you into the holiday spirit.


  • Adornments: The gnome is the perfect home decoration. Decorate your home, put them in your room and decorate your room, like a desk, table, sofa, bookcase, shelf, dining table, bedside, it also is used to dress up the Christmas tree. Let your home(room) have one more scenic spot.
  • Holiday Gifts: It is a good choice for holiday gifts.  let your friends enjoy the joy of the festival.
  • Tomte gnome is excellent for spreading the traditional spirit. In folklore, Gnome guards home and protect people from misfortune. It brings good luck to the family and is regarded as good luck. You can use it to tell your children stories and to convey joy.

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