A Christmas Cloche

I love cloches as I know most of the rest of you do too! When I found 3 cheese cloches at a thrift store a while back I was THRILLED! The people there probably thought I was crazy when I pulled up to the register with 3 cheese cloches….not to mention how excited I was!
I didn’t get a before of this one, but it looked just like the one that was pictured in my first arts and crafts fair. That wonderfully curvy base is a candle holder I found on a thrifting trip. Doesn’t it add a delicate feel to the cloche?

One of the best things about cloches is filling them! The look can be changed in a instant just by switching out what’s under the glass.

Can’t you just see a little nest filled with eggs for the spring? Or pretty little pumpkin for the fall? What would you put in your cloche?

Linking up to:

Party Button



504 Main
Join  us Saturdays at tatertotsandjello.com for the weekend wrap up     party!





The DIY Show Off
The DIY Show Off

Comments

  1. How beautiful and elegant!Now I need to go out and find one for myself! Is the pedestal part of the candle holder or did you add it on?
    A pretty shell would look great under one of these. Or how about a pin or flower? There are so many options. Your blog name is perfect as you find the jewel in every day objects!

  2. You found such an adorable candlestick, I’m envious! You did a good job with the insides, too, I can’t seem to get the hang of it.

  3. I’ve been waiting for a cloche at my local thrift shop for ages! You really lucked out! Beautiful!

  4. How sweet! The glass cloches don’t last very long at our house… “little people” think they can use them as hats or toy holders… and they shatter under this kind of stress, lol. They look great with the ornaments though!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can’t wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

Leave a Comment

*

CommentLuv badge