Barb @ Grits and Glamour is hosting a special Egg-xellent Spring Party with 4 fun events. Be sure to put all the parties on your calendar, you really don't want to miss anything.
Okay ya'll, it's time to join our first host, Marty @ A Stroll Thru Life, for a fabulous Spring Cloche Party. I have to be honest here & tell ya'll, I didn't even know what a cloche was until I saw Marty talking and sharing on her blog about the beauty of these pieces. I still don't have many, actually only one; but I have learned how to decorate apothecary jars, cheese domes & pretty much anything that you can see through & put "stuff" inside of. Thanks Marty for sharing all your beautiful treasures,
& your wonderful knowledge!
Let's get started!
This is my only "real" cloche, & I've had it for about a year. It was a great "buy" at Ross for about $7! It is now taking center-stage on the coffee table in my sitting room. I have it filled with book page bundles, a bird nest & bird, & some twine balls. It's sitting on an old silver tray. The little glass bird is perched on a glass candlestick (I used a spot of hot glue to temporarily anchor it). A simple bundle of faux lavender rests near by. You may remember my candlesticks from a previous post HERE, but they got a new coat of paint.
Next up are some apothecary jars in my kitchen.
I love the tall apothecary jar filled with faux eggs & topped with some cute straw carrots. The little individual cupcake holder is one of my favs. The little bunny family inside is porcelain & has been in my collection for years. The next is just super-simple -- stems covered with various size faux eggs. Way up high on top of my cabinets, I have filled one of my very large apothecary jars with
faux fruit & some cinnamon sticks.
Well, that's a wrap for my collection of Spring Cloche/Apothecary Jars. Thank you so much for
stopping by. I truly appreciate your visits & most especially your lovely comments.