Zombie garden gnomes add gore to greenery (pictures)
Etsy is infested with zombie garden gnomes that attack lawn flamingos and each other.
Bye bye, birdie
No lawn ornament is safe from the Zombie Gnome apocalypse. California artists Chris Stever and Jane DeRosa created a line of zombie garden gnomes that are available on Etsy. These mindless blood-thirsty gnomes chow down on the entrails of a hapless yard flamingo.
The zombie garden gnome apocalypse has to start somewhere. In this case, it's Patient Zero, the first victim of the outbreak. He's already missing part of his face and arm and he's ready to spread the infection to other gnomes. Patient Zero costs $21 on Etsy.
All the gnome survivors are looking for a reason as to why their garden has become overrun with zombies. Doomsday Dan blames it on a wrathful god. The hand-painted gnome survivor is part of a collection of zombie garden gnomes available on Etsy.
Sniffy the Smithy's apprentice is in a rough situation as his boss goes after him with nothing but a mushroom in between them. This set of zombie garden gnomes goes for $32 on Etsy. It's the creation of artists Chris Stever and Jane DeRosa.
The gnome couple that attacks together stays together. These two zombie lovebirds share a snack. The Zombie Gnome collection also includes unpainted versions for do-it-yourselfers who want to customize the gore.
The Etsy zombie garden gnomes sell for $21 each, but you can get a discount by buying a set. This $50 grouping contains three figures: two zombies and a survivor packing her baby gnome son on her back. Don't mess with a gnome mother, she's armed and dangerous.
For $9.99, you can get a Zombie Gnome body parts expansion pack on Etsy. These gory bits and pieces will really bring the scene to life. They're part of a collection of zombie garden gnomes handcrafted by two California artists.