Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Glass Cloche Recipes


I do not have any special recipe in creating my style... Today I have shared a couple more glass cloches that have been stripped of Valentines and just pieces of the past added to them.. Glitter snowman... glitter snowball, and vintage bottle brush rhinestone tree under glass have been stored for another year of winters display.... I am seeking a hint of romance and a pinch of elegance and a sprinkle of timeworn .... This is my recipe.....

6 comments:

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

I spy some cute treasures, love the coin purse with rhinestones. I also have a fondness for cloches and love to use them throughout my home and displays at the shows. Hope you are having a great Wednesday, T

Tracy said...

We are in the midst of 'deciding' what we want to have done to our bonus room and I get part...I think it will be vintage as I love the look it puts on things and it's so delicate and feminine!

Ira said...

Well Marietta, your recipe worked miracles! Again your cloche turned out beautifully, love that little purse, would be perfect for that little secret love note :-)

Sandi said...

Your cloches look so nice Marietta. I need to do something with mine. Right now most of them have nothing underneath.
Isn't this weather great today? I am stuck inside cleaning and sorting, but did get out to burn some trash. lol.
Blessings~

Vintage Gal said...

Lovely treasures under those cloches ~ beautiful ;-)

Queen Bee's Musings said...

Beautiful... I will need to find some cloches. Where should I look?