Gnome for the Holidays – A Magical Collection of Gnome Illustrations

Christmas is coming soon, so I’m so excited to share with you this adorable collection of holiday gnomes! This super cute collection of winter holiday & Christmas illustrations was so much fun to draw, I couldn’t keep from humming a carol or two! I’m sure it’s just the thing for your next winter project you have in mind. If you’ve been dreaming up the sweetest set of Christmas cards, Christmas prints, posters, greetings cards, holiday invitations and holiday cards, banners, or Christmas home decor, then this set will be just perfect for you!

I’ve carefully crafted this darling set of holiday girl and boy gnomes, bunnies, foxes and bird clipart with everything you’ll need – from the adorable characters to winter accessories, to all the floral DIY elements you could want, saving you so much time and making it so much fun!

All the files are .PNG and will open up in Photoshop, Procreate, Affinity or any graphic editor that imports .PNG’s.

You can be sure that with over 260 elements, this pack will cover all your designing needs and you’ll have an absolute blast doing it! All the illustrations are .PNG files (high res. 300 dpi) with transparent backgrounds, making them compatible with most graphic software programs.

Included in this set.

File Types Included: PNG

Software Compatibility: All (Flat Images) .

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2 lovely comments from our community

  1. shurzle

    Can these be used in illustrator? They look amazing

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    • Zack Parks

      Hey There,

      Thanks for getting in touch and it’s great to hear that you are interested in using these gnomes in Illustator. Whilst there is no official way to work with PNG files, in my research I found this helpful forum that should offer a helpful workaround: https://www.canto.com/blog/convert-png-to-ai/

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