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Mini Gnome Be Gone Garden Monsters

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MiniGBG13
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Tired of those pesky garden gnomes moving things around in your garden? Now you can get rid of them all together with the Mini Gnome-Be-Gone sculpture of monsters hauling of a garden gnome.

Made by hand by an artist in Utah, these two metal monsters are the life of the garden party. It also comes with a ceramic gnome that will vary in style. What does that mean? Well, depending on the artist's fancy, you may get a gnome with a green shirt, blue shirt or patchwork pants maybe. Check out our Larger Gnome Be Gone to see a different ceramic gnome being hauled away.

Want to get rid of something else? The garden gnome above is removable, so you can make the monsters carry away anything else that fits in their hands. Spice up the Christmas Manger, "borrow" one of your neighbor's pink flamingos, or slide in a seasonal bouquet - there are lots of art-decor objects that these monsters can carry.

Each Gnome Be Gone monster is and individual work of art, made by hand and signed by the artist with a welding torch. They are made from recycled materials, and may include steel, nickel, stainless steel, and other metals. They will develop a patina and may rust (depending on the metal content).

The Mini Gnome Be Gone approximately measures: 7.5 inches high by 6 inches wide.

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