Christmas Gnomes

What do Gnomes Symbolize for Christmas?

In Scandinavian countries, house Christmas gnomes are said to live under or in your home. They take on the role similar to Santa Claus and protect the inhabitants from evil spirits until recently when they became more like guardian angels.

They originated out of Scandinavia’s folk tales where these little guys were called Nisse who would help tend children with livestock by protecting them against all sorts mischiefs such as illness – just ask him nicely!

Light up gnomes will be on trend for Christmas this year. They range from Nordic elves in forest green to gonks, or “Gnome” as they’re often called now and then with glittering eyes that light up when you press them! There’s even glass decorations—in 2021 expect lots of glimmering bits dancing around like fairies at night time parties (and animals). Valentine’s gnomes are also becoming more popular in recent years.

What is the History Behind Gnomes?

The gnomes are a race of beings that live underground and guard treasure. They’re often found in German fairy tales, where they act as brigands or otherwise troublemakers to humans while constantly looking out for their own interests.

A long time ago there were these creatures called “gnomes.” These guys would pop up anywhere you turned them–in your garden patch if not on topsoil at least near stones marked by owls flight-sounds! What did the old timers do all day? Well let me tell ya: those pesky little buggers were always trying something new like stealing eggs from chicken coops; mixing spells together without any regard whatsoever.

Read more about the history of gnomes in our dedicated article here.

What are the Christmas Gnomes Called?

 a number of northern European countriesChristmas gnomes are called Nisse. The mythology behind these creatures dates back to the late 18th and 19th centuries in which gnomes were thought to be sprits that inhabited households and were responsible for protecting families, pets and their farms. They also had the job of taking care of things around the home such as cleaning and fixing things and it is thought that they would get a little annoyed when humans did not do what they wanted.

Over the course of time they have become more and more associated with Christmas and are credited with being the bringers of presents. While elves, which are thought to live in the North Pole, it is thought that Christmas gnomes leave their homes in the forest on Christmas Day to deliver the presents that they have made to children.

Yes, gnomes are certainly still popular for 2021! This is especially true of Christmas Gonks which are from Scandinavia and what people see as the true Christmas gnomes. People love using gnomes as indoor ornaments around Christmas time as they share a lot of similarities to Santa Claus, such as a big red belly, similar color clothes, big, black boots and long beards and so they are a great addition to the various Christmas decorations that people have both inside and outside their house.






Also, sign up to our email list below to receive unique gnome content!

You have Successfully Subscribed!