Friday, June 19, 2009

Cloche Partay

Marty over @ is having a cloche party today and thought I would join in the fun.

In the center of my memorial day/4th of July day decor... is a small cloche with an eggs nest filled with some wonderful red white and blue ribbon my MIL gave me. Works well with my apothecary jars... next we need an apothecary jar party girls.. who's up for it? (Oh and by the way, am I spelling that right?) :-)

Here's another cloche (yes, it too is from one of those cheese trays that I picked up at the thrift store... but it's cloche styleiish don't ya think?

Now of course once again I love cloches but the price tag has to be right. I found this vase at an antique store quite a while back and this is my home made cloche.. Tell me honestly what do you think? Does it work.. does it pass? The full picture is at the top of the post. I accidentally deleted it and so had to upload it again and now can't get it down here. Someone please have pitty on this poor illiterate blogger and help her learn a few tricks here.:-)
I am so in love with these wonderful little pieces of glass heaven.
Thanks for stopping by.


marty39 said...

Looks like, smells like and acts like a cloche to me. I love your apothecary jar turned upside down and used as a cloche. YOur jars with the red/white and blue are perfect for the upcoming 4th of July. Love it all. How fun. Thanks so much for joining he party. This is such great fun. Hugs, Marty

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Love your cloches Roxann! Bright and cheerful!


Melissa Miller said...

I love them all Roxanne!

~Beautifully displayed.
Pretty leopard printed ribbon.

~Happy Cloche Party! :)

Charlotte said...

They're all very nice. Love the patriotic display.

fiberdoodles said...


Your displays are wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing.


Melanie said...

I think they all look great!

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Hi Roxanne,

thanks for coming by and saying hello, and for the warm welcome to blogland! Love your patriotic cloches. How unique and cool they are.

Debbie from NJ

Glenda/MidSouth said...

They are all pretty. I have a couple of the domes and am picking up some great ideas for them.

Brenda said...

This is the first patriotic 4th of July vignette of cloches I've seen! Very inspiring!

Kathy said...

Roxanne - thanks for stopping by my blog! Great to know another junk gardener! Love your cloches - and hey, the cheese tray covers - work for me too! Very "cloche-ish"! Nice displays.


Muthering Heights and Other Senseless Sensibility said...

Your cloches look so fresh and summery!

Kasey Hunt said...

Great ideas. I like the red, white, and blue gatherings. So festive.