Tornado Popper – Gnome Sweet Gnome


Celebrating Spring and Summer, flowers and woodland creatures and most importantly celebrating the Gnomes that are hidden in this floral paradise.  Look carefully and join the few who truly see the hidden world of the Gnomes.  While some see them as garden kitsch, you will have your Gnome friends with you in work and play. These Gnomes tend to and protect our gardens.  These little friends are here to bring a smile to you every day. Whether you have a “green thumb” or not, you are sure to love this Rollerball. But don’t hesitate because they are limited to 1951 pieces and will disappear as fast as you can say “Gnome Sweet Gnome.”

A matching Rickshaw Bag’s single pen sleeve is also available. Sold separately.

Order at your favorite Retro51 Dealer or reply to this email if you need any help finding one. Dealers can also be found on the Retro51 website through this link: Dealer Near You.

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5 responses to “Tornado Popper – Gnome Sweet Gnome

  1. Tana Villanueva

    Love this Pen!! Flowers, Mushrooms, Gnomes and more. I got 2 pens with sleeves as I like to gift to family and friends. I would love to see a Music Themed Pen with Guitars, Maybe with Woodstock looking pen with peace signs, VW Van, Flower Power, Far Out and Groovy!!Thanks Retro for your awesome unique craftmanship and artistic Pens, you bring much joy!

  2. rdmankus

    Love this, but please don’t forget your avid Retro 51 Tornado Pencil users!!

  3. Maja

    Cute design, but I just bought the Dog Rescue IV ‘Tornado’ (which I love 🙂
    Garden gnomes do remind me of warmer weather, though. Have a great summer, Retro 51!

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