Good and Bad Witches
Updated: Jan 16, 2020
I have finally been able to put up some of these seasonal ornaments.
Two of my witches (Ommin and Scott) were adopted not 8 hours after I posted the listing.
I have had way too much fun making these little guys and they may become a permanent section at Gnomes For Your Homes
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Other witchy gnome ornaments that are waiting to be adopted are:
Salem represents all the witches that were killed in the name of Puritan Values. Salem will guide us through the veil to meet those who have gone before us. Salem has a thread for hanging and a small wood disk so that he can stand on your desk or book shelf. Salem travels with a little silver cat tucked into his deep red hat.
There are also two witch ornaments that have nothing to do with Halloween.
Torin is a forest gnome, his green, grey, brown and white colouring represent the winter forest. Torin has a thread for hanging and a small wood disk so that he can stand on your desk or bookshelf. As he represents the trees, his hat sports a silver tree charm and a mushroom.
Gilbert the Golden, Mabon Harvest Gnome
Not all witches are evil, and Gilbert is a protector. Gilbert celebrates the autumn harvest and the waning of the summer days leading to Mabon. He will bring a bit of sun and whimsy to your seasonal displays. Gilbert has a thread for hanging and a small wood disk so that he can stand on your desk or bookshelf. As he represents the harvest, his hat sports an acorn charm and a tiny silver shovel.
Be sure to have a look at the custom gnome listings to be sure you are first in line for your Christmas gnome