Showing posts with label FALL CLOCHES. Show all posts
Showing posts with label FALL CLOCHES. Show all posts

Monday, November 5, 2012


Yea!  It is time for Marty’s Tabletop Tuesday Cloche Party!  The first cloche I’m sharing is a year-round cloche.  I just love the “Aunt Mary’s Delightful Bible Stories” vintage book that I bought at Lynn’s Vintage Nest shop, and it’s been living under this cloche for awhile now.
bible stories
Maybe this little scarecrow was nice to a crow.  I don’t know what he did, but it must have been bad, because..

scrw clch
the other scarecrows won’t let him come out to play with them.

Dreaming of a cottage with a pond.
I previously shared the vignette with this Fall hurricane candle holder here.
To see my post with my lonely velvet pumpkin, go here.
My mantel, which includes this wire cloche, was previously shared here.
lf ptch
“Nevermore, quoth the raven.”


t or trtrs

I don’t think I’d like to see any of these trick-or-treaters at my door.

trk trtrs cls

war u
And I KNOW I don’t want any of this graduating class to turn up at my door!

w u wo cl
Do I dare open the Warlock’s Book of Potions and Spells?
bk of ptns
To check out cloches all over Blogville, go to A Stroll Thru Life for the Tabletop Tuesday Cloche Party.  You’ll be glad you did.  Thank you for coming to see what I have captured under cloches.  laurie

Tuesday, November 1, 2011


No, I don’t have any broken cloches to show you.  I did break one recently, but I didn’t think about taking a picture of the glass pieces on the floor.  Although I am no longer joining weekly memes, I still join Blogville parties, and I am happy to be linking the Fall Cloche Party at A Stroll Thru Life

Obviously, these aren’t cloches, but Marty is soooo kind and  lenient about what qualifies as a cloche for her parties that I’m posting two candle lanterns that I have used to display a painted glass pear and a painted glass apple.

The next two cloches are on the desk in my entry hall all the time.  I thought I might get away with using them as Fall cloches by hanging a Fall wreath over them!
This one protects granddaddy’s and grandmother’s pocket watches.
Don’t you think the wreath hanging over the cloches magically transforms them to Fall cloches?
entry desk
I know this post really stretches the meaning of Fall cloches, but my miscellaneous flatware, covered with a cloche, became a Fall cloche by hanging the pretty metal leaf from the side.  I was the lucky winner of that leaf at a giveaway at Between Naps On the Porch last year.
I know you are going to be under-whelmed by my creativity when you see the next two cloches.  I apologize in advance for my lack of creative abilities.
hay plate

I hope you didn’t spend a lot of time trying to see what was under these cloches, because my “creative genius”  was to cover a couple of Fall themed plates with cloches.  The last one reads, “We are blessed beyond measure”.
squirrel btr
For links to cloches that display incredible creativity, go to A Stroll Thru Life.  Thanks for hosting Marty.  And thanks to each of you for coming by to see my Fallen Cloches.  laurie