the Snorfs

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The Snorfs are your friendly little home-gnomes to brighten up any place. They are small and quite easy to assemble so we believe we did all we could to have you build him a friend. And another one. Or fourteen!
And since we are design-savy, we’ve created many different colours to choose from. Your friends will be amazed about how magazine-worthy AND funny your crib looks like. We also made sure to hand-pick our Snorfs from all around the globe, because the interwebs simply makes a world small. You see? We try to make EVERYone a happy camper. We can not help it.
Don’t forget to share your adventures and photos with us.

Below are all the different Snorfs. Just click any friend for the template to be flying over to your browser in an instant. Ssnnorrff!

If you experience difficulty in choosing which one to be your favourite, we’ve put all the Snorfs in one image: click here.

-MaryAnne (UK) picked 12 Snorfs to help her out with Christmas.

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33 Responses to “the Snorfs”

  1. Tito Glorioso
    on Aug 16th, 2012
    @ 1:52 am

    I fell in love with Snorfs!

    I am currently thinking of ways to customize these models. I was planning of hanging them up in our Christmas tree.

    Thank you so much for these!


  2. JessanneS
    on Aug 16th, 2012
    @ 2:41 am

    Oh my they’re adorable! Thanks for the Snorfs! :)

  3. jonahliza
    on Aug 16th, 2012
    @ 3:20 am

    this is so awesome. thank you for the freebie <3

  4. greenelf1967
    on Aug 16th, 2012
    @ 1:11 pm

    Brilliant Idea and love the variety!! Think I’ll build all of these cause they look so good!! ^__^

  5. Alyssa
    on Aug 16th, 2012
    @ 2:57 pm

    As an unhealthily gnome obsessed individual, I must say these are truly spectacular. I have the artistic skill of a third grader, but I think I’ll be able to make these….printing them all out now! I love how ethnically diverse these gnomes are. Have you noticed how impossible it is to find non-white and non-male gnomes these days?!?

  6. Joan van Velsor
    on Aug 18th, 2012
    @ 3:32 pm

    love love love the snorfs, and have downloaded all I could. A mobile perhaps? A snorf hunt around the house? Or just a splendid table top display. Sadly I could not download Knut or Cho. The other Snorfs will be heartbroken

  7. admin
    on Aug 18th, 2012
    @ 6:22 pm

    Hi Joan, don’t let Knut and Cho get to your head. They should be downloadable, just like the other Snorfs :)

  8. Tony
    on Aug 29th, 2012
    @ 5:55 am

    Thanks. Great idea.

  9. j
    on Sep 4th, 2012
    @ 5:05 pm


  10. Deirdre
    on Sep 5th, 2012
    @ 3:42 pm

    These are amazing!!! Thanks for sharing!

  11. anne
    on Sep 6th, 2012
    @ 12:45 pm

    Hi ! Thanks for these muti-ethnics gnomes ! We just broke the linving room lamp, thanks to my man, so i’ll put some lamp bulb in a handfull of snorfs, and let them become our new lamp !!! I’ll send you a picture !

  12. admin
    on Sep 6th, 2012
    @ 12:50 pm

    Great idea Anne! But please don’t let them ‘burn’ un-attended, since Snorfs tend to become real hot-heads.

  13. Jory
    on Nov 18th, 2012
    @ 6:12 am

    I adore these guys…Sadly, when I click on them to download I get a dark grey blank page…all of them.
    I can get the link on my phone, but not my computer…

    So cute.

  14. Edna Hunter
    on Dec 15th, 2012
    @ 6:17 pm

    wISH I could get these to down load as our grandchildren would love a set
    thank you anyway

  15. hel
    on Dec 16th, 2012
    @ 4:50 pm

    Love these – dead cute. Really glad to see you get the 12 days are after Christmas as well!

    Thank you so much for sharing these lovely Snorfs! Great name, too!


  16. admin
    on Dec 17th, 2012
    @ 9:21 am

    Just click on the pictures Edna :)

  17. Edna Hunter
    on Dec 19th, 2012
    @ 10:21 am

    I have tried clicking them all and they do not open, would so love them for the Christmas table

  18. Jerri
    on Jul 19th, 2013
    @ 12:42 am

    I love your Snorfs! However, where are the girl Snorfs? I took one & made a girl out of it using your pattern. I hope you don’t mind. It’s not great, but I had to do it by hand because I haven’t figured out how to do my own models yet. You can check it out on my blog. If you don’t mind, can I make more? Or are you planning on doing a set? Thank you SO much for your time. I needed the Snorfs today. They helped me get back to my happy place! Jerri

  19. admin
    on Jul 19th, 2013
    @ 9:25 am

    Hi Jerri, I’m planning girly gnomes for quite some time now, but I haven’t figured out how to match the Snorfs’s model yet. Until then, you are welcome to create your own since we whole-heartedly promote creativity :)

  20. ione
    on Jul 22nd, 2013
    @ 1:56 am

    I lacquered them then glued rocks on the bottom and they make adorable porch decorations

  21. Madbird Anne
    on Aug 26th, 2013
    @ 4:55 pm

    Delightful… going to get one printed and made up this evening.

  22. Irene Pierpont
    on Oct 20th, 2013
    @ 2:19 am

    Charming, different, lovable and sooooooooooo great. You can almost make a Christmas
    avent calendar. Only 10 to go.

    Thank you for your gift that I know will bring smiles to everyone’s

  23. Nancy Bontempo
    on Nov 22nd, 2013
    @ 12:23 am

    I’m in love with these – but no matter what I try, cannot get them to print. I’m desperate to have them at a Norwegian Christmas party I’m hosting!! Help!

  24. admin
    on Nov 22nd, 2013
    @ 8:57 am

    Hi Nancy, there might be a problem with your printer-settings. Try to investigate all the check-boxes in the print-menu.

  25. Marina
    on Nov 24th, 2013
    @ 1:46 pm

    They are adorable, I’m planing on making a few and hide them around my house, visitors will be surprise!

  26. cath271
    on Dec 17th, 2013
    @ 4:50 pm

    Merci beaucoup.
    Very fun and nice

  27. Tilly
    on Mar 30th, 2014
    @ 9:35 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful ideas and printables. I have put a link to your site on my Facebook page, Away With The Fairies, where I like to encourage children and adults to use their imaginations and enjoy happy and whimsical creations in fairy and miniature gardens. Thanks.

  28. Barbara
    on Jul 24th, 2014
    @ 9:04 pm

    Wow. These are so great. Thank you so much for making them available to us mere mortals.

  29. Lissa
    on Oct 12th, 2014
    @ 6:57 pm

    I got the snorf picture, but did not get the instructions on where to cut or fold.Can you help?

  30. Mette
    on Oct 31st, 2014
    @ 7:56 pm

    I can’t tell you how excited I am!!
    I want to make them all!!

  31. Sarah
    on Dec 24th, 2014
    @ 7:37 am

    Thank you for these! We affixed labels to them and passed them out as our office awards. :)

  32. admin
    on Dec 8th, 2015
    @ 12:30 pm

    I hope you kept the 3eyedbear signature intact so the winners know who designed them?

  33. admin
    on Dec 8th, 2015
    @ 12:35 pm

    It should be IN the template, but it’s fairly easy: lines are to be cut, dotted lines to be folded. Always, with every designer :)

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