That central toadstool looks adorable in red. Our dwarf/gnome/gremlin looks so right in (mostly) red with green accents, No doubt he whistles while he works!
Cute. To be on the safe side, I'll fill in .... wheelbarrow. hahaha....
I was thinking about his big HAT but Ralph might have a better idea about that big red toadstool in the shape of a strawberry. :-)Happy RT, this one is neat...
How funny, Red Toad Stool. Let's find one out there in real land,lol. Love our photo. Happy RT
ralph - he has the kindest face I've ever seen on a gnome east coast - hehehehehehejim - he does have a big hat, I didn't even realize ;)auntie e - wouldn't that be cool!
Oh, he's CUTE! Way too cute to be gnome!
LOL ... thanks for the chuckles and the nifty Ruby Red gnome and ... whatever ;--)Hugs and blessings,
Aw, he's a sweet-looking gnome! I have lots of gnomes and he takes the cake, I'd say. So we are supposed to fill in the blank here? I think that might spoil my Pollyanna image.
He's a very sweet faced little guy. gnomes are so often evil or frowning.
What a funny face the gnome has, so very ungnome-like .. love his wheelbarrow and that nice big red 'mushroom'?
I like the cute young man. Most garden gnomes are old, you know, and like us humans they are not that sweet and innocent when aging.I never thought the gnomes were smaller than a mushroom though.The elves maybe, they are tiny and delicate creatures, according to my Tinkerbell daughter.Happy Ruby TuesdayFrom Felisol
The toadstool makes the little gnome look smaller. He is an adorable little creature... a Santa gnome, perhaps.
'shrooms??? Love the eyebrows on the little guy. Too cute all the way around.
It seems this gremlin has a story. Cute anyway.
It's either a mushroom or a Christmas bell. Certainly not that other thing that first popped into my mind.
Tee hee, hahahaha, Bwahahaha! Ahem! That sure was a funny fill-in-the-blanks post, Dianne.
LOL, great shot and creative post title!!Happy RT!
Those would make any garden a happier place.
Gnomes usually creep me out, however this guy has a very charming face. :-) Thanks for the chuckle and for stopping by to visit my Ruby Tuesday. I enjoyed your post.
Now that is a very cute picture! And red, too! Which is always good for Ruby Tuesday, right?!?
Adorable :)See ya next week at RT 1st anniversary :)
LOL, I can't fill in the blanks because I'm laughing my heart out ;). What a friendly looking gnome. Adorable! Thank you for stopping by at my RT. It is a yo-yo. Have a great day :)
I love this, such a cute gnome, and I'm laughing at your "you can fill that part in". LOL.This is an a great capture of mood and color.
Mushroom! lol! Just wanted to blurt out a safe word. hahahaa Cool RT shot of the little man. Thanks for dropping by my RT, Dianne.
No gremlin, he. Almost Santa-esque, no? Gnomes are some of my favorite kitsch of all times. And the "mushroom" is a very special item. With little dots to feel even better?
Looks cute, but I don't want to have that in my garden ! My neighbours 14 year old boy had put nearly a whole village of dwarfs in his front garden !
A nice shop ! My nieces both take pottery classes so you can meet all sorts of creations in our shared garden (once they made a dog shit and put it on the garden path).
Cute Ruby Tuesday...seems completely innocent to me. :))
For some reason this reminds me of gardens in Germany; I think the German gardeners are fond of gnomes and mushrooms!
Awwww..... Too cute! Adorable photo.
That's really cute.When I was in Romania a few years back I remember being in the middle of nowhere and suddenly coming across a garden gnome shop, it was completely random to see something that I associate as so quintessentially English somewhere so unexpected!
Oh my goodness. LOLThanks for the laugh!Vicki
Very, very cute!!
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