Thursday, December 3, 2009

It's a Cloche Party.....some holiday Cloches!

Time for a Cloche Party, see Marty's blog at, http://www.astrollthrulife.blogspot.com/, to see the others who are joining this fun party.
(Click on any of my photos to enlarge and see closer)

My largest cloche on the coffee table with some red Christmas things under neat and the Christmas tree in the back ground.

A living room cloche on a side table with one of my wooden artist Santas underneath. I want to put some moss with snow under him but couldn't find my bag of snow yet.

The kitchen table cloche. With a holy berry birds nest and two little red ceramic birds
that I found at a garage sale once. The kitchen is always done in gingerbread theme this time of year so that explains the bow.

One of my etched cloches in the dining room, with gold glittered bird and nest underneath on a pretty prism trimmed cake stand I found at Marshalls.


Kammy said...

Wonderful job ! Great ideas !
Thanks for sharing !

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

OH MY GOODNESS...my heart nearly stopped seeing the ETCHED cloche...is that an Antique ??..or if not..how may I aquire one of those..do you know ?



I would love to invite you over to my " VINTAGE CHRISTMAS POSTCARD PARTY...come and bring a friend.. (Not selling anything..so don't worry .)
ROSE http://delightfulclutter.blogspot.com/

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

OPPS...did not mean to have my name JUST before my blog addy..

Let's try again ~~~


Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

I find myself humming... "feed the birds, two pence a bag"... The little cardinals in your cloche are beautiful, as are the rest of the vignettes. But somehow the little birds are chirping to me this morning. Eye-catching, You are very blessed to have such lovely things to put under glass. And such beautiful cloches (especially the etched glass one).

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Sweetie...
Everything looks positively beautiful. I love your Santa on the skies. How precious is that to have for the holiday. I so love him. That cloche has the most beautiful etching. Where on earth did you find it?

I love the birds. I could hear them singing when I opened the page. How pretty they are. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful cloche ideas with me today.

I have signed up to follow your blog. I can't wait to see what you share next.

Please stop by and let me share my cloche ideas with you. I would also be so honored if you signed up to follow my blog as well.

Country hugs...Sherry

Linda Q said...

People were wondering where I got my etched cloches. I have several sizes with different etchings but I found the larger ones at Marshalls or ROSS last year. The little ones I have, which will show when I show the dining room decked out for Christmas I found in an antique mall, but they are not antique, just giftware.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

They are all so pretty - especially the etched one. You did good. :)

Kim @ Starshine Chic said...

I love all your cloches!!! Love the one with the etching. I am really enjoying seeing what everyone is doing with their cloches. Gives us lots of ideas for the future. Thanks for sharing yours. And thanks for visiting mine & leaving me a comment.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh how beautiful. I love the one on the coffee table with all of the Christmas ornaments in it and then the Santa is to cute and I love the table that it is sitting on. Your red one for the kitchen is wonderful, I love the red birds. The gold next and bird is so elegant and so different. I just really love it. What beautiful vignettes you have created. Thanks so much for joining the party. This is awesome. Hugs, Marty

Shelia said...

Everything is wonderful. Now, I'm like everyone else - I love that etched cloche. It's so beautiful!
be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Lana K. W. Austin said...

Ooh, beautiful! I especially love the fun of the wooden Santa on skis!
Thanks for your comment on my new blog!

Robin said...

Love these! The one with the red birds is my fav!
All Things Heart and Home

Sandy said...

Beautiful cloches, my fav is the etched cloche. I bet your kitchen is just too cute with a ginger bread theme, I hope you show it someday. Thanks for visiting.

Lamp Tramp said...

I love your cloches, they are all beautiful and displayed with amazing thought!