Monday, December 12, 2016

Christmas Cloches au Natural

Hi Friends...
I thought I'd do a quick post 
and share my two Christmas Cloches
from the Dining Room.
And to give a reminder about the Christmas Bloggers' Party
Home For Christmas
which starts tomorrow morning at 9:00am 
and runs through Christmas Evening.

I love the importance a simple vignette can bring
when it's snuggled away under a dome of glass.

My favorite seems to be of "natural things"
like birds, butterflies, mossy pots, buds and blooms.
Whatever season it is, I lean toward the real reason for a cloche;
to protect the vulnerable plants and specimens.

I have the two I made this year on the Dining Room Buffet,
but since the lighting in that spot has too much glare,
 I usually bring them somewhere else to photograph.

I wanted to feature this lovely Velvet Pear made by my sweet friend, 
Becky from Timewashed. I think today, 12/12 is her last day open,
then she goes on Holiday Break. But she'll be back next January.

As I was taking pics,
 I realized that I needed to eliminate some of the excess,
and let the Velvet Pear take center stage.

So, I did a little re-make,
and liked it so much better.

Here are the Christmas Cloches from last year.

and several years ago...

More Cloches found here on my Pinterest Board

OK, hope you're coming to the Bloggers' 
Home for Christmas
 Link Party tomorrow December 13 at 9:00 am.

see you there!

Joining in here:

The Scoop at Stone Gable
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
Insspiration Monday at I Should be Mopping the Floor
Inspire Me Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life



  1. Great ideas for creating charming scenes to enclose in the cloches. I especially love the plants inside and the birds on the wood.

  2. Love the nature-inspired holiday pics!

  3. Wow, I love what you can do with a cloche, Debra! The most recent ones are stunning, but the previous ones are gorgeous as well.

  4. These are just beautiful, Debra! I really love all of them and applaud you on all the different themes. I'm looking forward to updating and giving a warm winter touch to some that I have

    Thank you for a lovely comment today, it made me smile. :-)))



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