Sheet Music Cloche

I am always finding glass cheese cloches on my thrifting adventures. However I’m not finding a ton of wooden bases, so I’ve got a pile of glass domes in my garage with no where to go. I’ve looked high and low, here and there for bases or items that would work as bases. No luck. I decided that getting creative was in order! 
While aimlessly staring at my stash in the garage I gazed upon some metal tins that I got from the Dollar Tree back at Christmas time.  I grabbed one of the lids and was pleasantly 
surprised to learn that the glass cloche fit perfectly into the metal lid. I grabbed a metal candlestick I had lying around and decided I could put something together!
Oh and I also grabbed some sheet music and ripped it up. Why? Because everything is better with sheet music. Or glitter.

I used Mod Podge to decoupage the torn pieces of sheet music to the metal lid. I just randomly pieced all the sheet music together making sure to cover all the bits of the happy little snowman on the metal lid.

Once the entire lid was covered and dry, I glued the now black painted candlestick to the underside of the lid. The glass dome fits perfectly inside the music covered lid and it makes the perfect pedestal base for my lonely glass cloche.

Not only did it turn out perfectly but it was cheap too! Thrift store finds plus $1 treat tin lid = super cuteness!!! Wouldn’t it make a great addition to Spring decor, I love that little birdy!!! So if you can’t find that “thing” you’ve been looking for, don’t be afraid to improvise!

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Comments

  1. i just picked up two of these and was thinking of ideas, i may have to do this xxxxx

  2. You are clever, I thought the cheese domes and cake domes were just domes and that the cloches had to have that more bell (for a lack of better term) shape. Thank you for sharing your idea and for the education-redtrucktravels@hotmail.com

  3. Oh Courtney I love this! I am always on the look out for glass lid cloches but have had no luck to date. Your’s is amazing and works perfectly together! x Julie

  4. So clever! I have come across a few cloches at Goodwill that are missing their plate so I just kept walking. Now I know that I have other options. Your 3 pieces look like they were meant to be together! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  5. Great idea. I love this. I have glass domes to with no plate.

  6. I have glass domes to with no plate so what a great idea. I really like the sheet music too.

  7. Very cute. I love anything with sheet music.

  8. That’s adorable. So inventive.

  9. You’d never think that that pretty cloche came from what you started with. Very nice!

  10. this is such a cute idea 🙂

  11. This is so cute, I love the sheet music!

  12. Just so sweet and fun. I just made two of these myself but not the sheet music…just paint.

  13. Hmmm… I just picked up a baseless cloche… you’ve definitely got me thinking! Thanks for the inspiration!

  14. This is sooo stinkin cute. I am your newest follower. Love love your blog.

  15. Oh, I love this! I always pick up cheese cloches when I see them too. Thanks for the great idea! 🙂

  16. I love this!! It’s so pretty with the sheet music, and that was so clever of you to use the tin canister lid!!
    http://www.inside-outdesign.blogspot.com

  17. Perfection ~ Such great elements turned into something so wonderful! Sheet music and a cloche. Yum.

  18. Great transformation! I would love it if you linked up at my party going on now! (It’s my very first one!!)

    Jill
    http://www.jillifyit.com

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