About a year ago I posted about a unique zombie garden gnome that was for sale. I lamented how only a few had been made and that they had sold out pretty quickly. Fortunately, to satisfy the obviously untapped cravings in this unique market niche, Chris Stever and Jane DeRosa have put together a collection of Zombie Gnomes, a series of hand-cast and hand-painted garden gnomes engaging in typical zombie activities so that you may liven up your backyard.
Something bad has happened in the garden. The once happy garden gnomes have been infected by a strange virus which has turned them into flesh eating monsters. There are only a few survivors left who are desperately trying to stay alive.
This is a sorry sight indeed. A poor helpless Lawn Flamingo has been taken down by zombie gnomes: Nose-less Ned, Greedy Gary, and Bartolomeu.It seems like an unlikely kill until Bartolomeu broke the elegant beasts leg and brought it crashing to the ground. Where they pounced upon their helpless victim and began their feast. So we say "Bye Bye Birdie, I'm going to miss you so, Bye Bye Birdie, Why'd you have to go?"
All of these Gnomes are hand painted and hand casted. We have been getting so many orders so please give us about 3-4 weeks for us to mail them out to you.
Check out the Zombie Gnomes's Facebook page.
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