Thursday, June 18, 2009

It's a Cloche Party!






Join Marty over at A Stroll Thru Life for a cloche party! Tons of fabulous ideas you won't be sorry you peaked! HeeHee! Anyway, look at my photos below and then click on the cloche link to get in on the party! Have fun!

This one above is from Southern Living At HOME and features a framed photo under the cloche. The cloche is sitting atop of wood with the bark still attached. I have also see these wood circles used as chargers.



Here Southern Living At HOME place a old fashioned clock under the glass cloche. What a statement it makes!


Here in my store, I featured 2 cloches. One is sitting in a grey-green birdbath that has been filled with spanish moss, ivy and a rattan basket weaved ball. Tucked under the table, sitting on a green cake plate is the other cloche that is also covering a smaller rattan ball.

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29 comments:

Sue said...

I love the picture f/Southern Living at Home featuring the single clock under the cloche. Classic... and your rattan ball under the cloche is simple, yet classic. :-) Sue

PAT said...

These are beautiful!

Stacey said...

Very pretty!

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

Great display!! Would love to go shopping in your shop!

blessings
mary

ellen b. said...

very nice setting in your store! I like it!!

Linda said...

Lovely! Yes, I do love SL at Home. I didn't realize that I had the tray and birdhouse along with the dishes! Your cloches are beautiful! Linda

Martha said...

Great inspiration pictures and like the cloches in your shop.

Michelle@Fromhousetohome said...

Very nice!
~Michelle

FOR THE SAKE OF TIME said...

These are lovely. Thank you for sharing.

Charla

Jenglamgirl said...

I love seeing it over a clock and a picture looks great! thanks for sharing and the idea!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Love them both! Thanks for sharing. I am getting so many ideas.
Glenda

taprice said...

Natalie...I love the new look of your blog! And thanks for posting the cloche ideas. I have one that I recieved as a gift and have had no clue what to put under it. I love the photo idea and I do have a cute little clock too!
Amy

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Love this idea of the moss cloche and sitting in a bird bath...thanks for sharing this...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Kim said...

Something simple & plain really makes a statement when placed under a cloche. I think that is why we all love them so much.

Kammy said...

Love your store pic !
Hugs ~ Kammy

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

what a fun idea...a cloche party. I loved seeing your ideas! So pretty!

Chari said...

Hello...

Oooh...so many pretties! I really enjoyed looking through your store display...beautiful!

Warmest wishes,
Chari

skoots1mom said...

thx 4 sharing!

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Natalie, simply lovely!!! I love the cloche covering the picture frame.

Barb

Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer said...

Love your cloches on display! Susan

Brenda said...

I had never thought of a photograph under a cloche. What a wonderful idea! I have lots of those, but one cloche! Thanks for the inspiration!
Brenda

Melissa Miller said...

~Gorgeous ideas! Love the frame. :)

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Love your cloche and find it very clever doings! Wonderful inspiration!

Hugs!
Maryjane

Muthering Heights and Other Senseless Sensibility said...

I like the idea of placing a cloche on a birdbath!

Brooke Meyenberg said...

Can I come work in your store?! What great images! Thank you, thank you for the great inspiration!

Candy-Faith..... from Simply Pretty said...

Somehow came across your blog as Ive been blog hopping :) Thought Id say Hi :)
:)
candy

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Good ideas!

Katherine

its so very cheri said...

Bea-U-ty---FUL as my little Gabby would say.

Cheri
www.itssoverycheri.blogspot.com

bella shabby said...

Hi , Thanks for stopping by my blog. My friend , Joy , just shared with me that if you purchased a lovely piece of junk but it is coated in grime and yuck then spray some oven cleaner on it , let set , and hose it off! It works great on old metal pcs. but be careful on painted surfaces or you may lose your paint! Sue