Dimensions with hat spread: H 45 x W 19 x D 13 cm
Dimensions with folded hat: H 28 x W 19 x D 13 cm
A green doorstop gnome, an original Christmas decoration with a Scandinavian charm ... as well as a really nice gift idea, especially in view of the holidays! This green elf is a decorative accessory that you can use in many different ways and in all rooms of the house. From the entrance to the sleeping area, as well as in the living room or in the corridor.
You can combine this green doorstop gnome with the "twin" of the same series!
A gnome doorstop to decorate the home ahead of Christmas
This green doorstop gnome is a colorful and original Christmas decoration to add a touch of magical atmosphere throughout the home. These puppets are very reminiscent of Santa's helpers and are very popular decorations especially for children.
We advise you to use this elf of cloth to decorate the living room in view of the holidays: lean it against a wall or a door, or use it as a decoration for a window sill. Of course you can also place it near the classic Christmas tree to make waiting for the parties even more suggestive, as well as in the kitchen or in a passageway of the house such as the corridor.
Ah, and don't forget that Christmas gnomes can also become splendid decorations for the fireplace or for a fake furnishing fireplace! Place this decorative green gnome on the top shelf of your fireplace, or inside a fireplace frame decorated with candles and lights and your living area will be ready to welcome the atmosphere of Christmas!
The Christmas elf, a decorative accessory inspired by Scandinavian legends
The Christmas elf is a decoration inspired by Scandinavian folklore Nissers. The Nissers are fantastic and spiteful creatures, protagonists of many legends and popular songs in Denmark and Norway. These small gnomes are very popular in Northern Europe and can be seen almost everywhere: in shop windows, on window sills and on the walls of houses. They hang precariously on the frames of the paintings holding on with the fingertips. Today these pixies are associated with winter atmospheres and have become part of the Christmas decorations!