Friday, July 16, 2010

It's A Summer Cloche Party

I'm joining in on the fun for the Summer Cloche Party hosted by Marty from A Stroll Thru Life.  Here's a few I have around the house!

 Now if I could just learn how to photograph glass!

These next two are industrial light covers....but I see cloches! I like them not only because they are different, but because I love the idea of repurposing, and I think these are pretty cool!
The next two are actually for sale in my Etsy Shop!
This one is on SALE! (Only $11.00)
I like these a lot because they are thicker glass, and not fragile at all!

This cloche creates the perfect environment for this delicate little fern.
Happy Friday!


  1. Wow, you have so many great ones. I only have two.....can you believe I only have two of something..LOL.

    I hope you are having a wonderful week.


  2. The vintage look of your cloches is great. I love that you repurposed other things. I wish I could learn to think that way!

  3. The cloche covering the fern it so cute!

  4. I love all of your cloches and the terrarium.
    You have them filled up with lovely things.


  5. favorite is the one with the fern.


  6. Very pretty cloche vignettes.

    I find taking pictures of glass difficult too. One secret to glass photography is to photograph without flash. I think there is always a little bit of a glare on glass though.

  7. Love your cloches and I am in love with your triangular terrarium!...Christine

  8. Great cloches! The pyramid shaped terrarium is really neat!


  9. Oh how clever. I love all of your displays. Love the idea of the small wisk brooms, that is just such a creative idea. You are so clever. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

  10. Each one brings a new squeel of delight to the senses. I love the little whisk brooms, how sweet are those, Char

  11. Oh how fun to use the little whisk brooms inside the glass light cover. Anything can be a cloche, can't it? Your chippy pyramid terrarium is SO cool!
    :-) Sue

  12. How very charming your cloches are! I love white and weathered, and putting stones and whisks under glass is just a wonderful idea. I enjoyed your contribution so much!


  13. I just love your cloches. Not only for what is in them but for what you used as bases. I think that is my favorite part.


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