As a self-proclaimed geek, one of my favorite things to collect are gnomes. Gnomes have slowly started to take over my room and inch their way downstairs on every shelf of my bookcase. I have a gnome for each one of my favorite sports teams (New England Patriots, New York Yankees and Philadelphia Flyers), gnomes that swing in hammocks, pirate gnomes, gnomes that play instruments, and even a pink Christmas tree filled with gnome ornaments.
I’ve always enjoyed collecting gnomes because I feel that they are a fun and creative way to liven up my home. They each seem to exhibit unique personalities, and they almost have a magical element to them. However, that was before I discovered that a category of gnomes was missing from my collection: zombie gnomes.
After searching gnomes on Etsy, I came across a shop owned by the user Chris and Jane’s Place. Chris and Jane’s Place specializes in making zombie gnomes. Some of their gnomes have come back from the dead to continue their love fest, while others prefer to munch on other garden ornaments, specifically pink flamingos. They may not exactly liven up a home, but they will certainly make the place more interesting, to say the least.
Want to take your zombie gnomes outside of your home or garden? ChrisandJanesPlace also offers car ornaments and keychains so you can bring your zombie gnomes with you everywhere you go. Are you feeling the artsy need to indulge your inner geek? Then you’re in luck because you can also buy unpainted versions of these zombie gnomes. If you would like to add some zombie gnomes to your garden then act fast. Due to high demand, there is only an average of one gnome for each style available in stock. The prices range from $6 to $55 depending on the style.
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