A cloche was originally a french word for bell that referred to a bell shaped glass dome that served as a covering for protecting plants from cold temperatures. Today, cloche still refers to a bell shaped glass dome, but the dome may be used as a cover for protecting plants but more often than not a cloche is used to cover a decorative display. You can find cloche’s covering old books, clocks, bird’s nests, keepsakes, teacups and yummy desserts. Enjoy browsing through this post featuring the cloche.Maybe you’ll find a great idea to bring into your home.
multiple glass and metal cloches house green plants
Today is April 12th, and Easter is just a few days away. Below you will find some great ideas for decorating your home for Easter. There are examples of wreaths, topiaries, floral arrangements, decorated eggs, peeps, tablescapes, and trees. Enjoy.
pink peeps and pink gerber daisies
burlap bunnies make a beautiful tablescape
rabbit caught napping on this Easter wreath
bunny made by covering a plywood bunny with dried green moss
Easter eggs with words decopodged on and wrapped in twine
I have just joined the blogging community and I am so excited to post my first Blog. As it is February 10 and already just a few days until Valentine’s Day,I am going to spend this week focusing on all things Red, things with Hearts and things relating to Love.
Valentine’s wreath made out of Brussel sprouts.
What a beautiful and simply made Valentine’s wreath. By taking Brussel sprouts from the vegetable section of the grocery store, you can create this adorable wreath. Hang it on an exterior or interior door, a mirror or window! It will be a conversation starter.