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.





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



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xoxo,


6 comments:

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

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  2. Love the nature-inspired holiday pics!
    Brenda

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  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.

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  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. :-)))

    Jane

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