It is time for another cloche party with Marty @ A Stroll Thru Life. This is such a fun party. People come up with the most clever things to put under glass. When I started blogging a year ago, I didn't know what a cloche was. I certainly didn't own one. My first cloche party I used a covered cake plate as my cloche. I still don't have a collection like Marty's, but I have added a few. Make sure you stop by to say hello!
I found this old looking pumpkin on our trip to Alton.
I thought he would look cute in my old looking cloche.
My jar that usually holds seashells, is now holding
vintage Halloween decorations. They are little puppets.
You push on the bottom and they move around.
The wooden candy corn I've had for many years.
My coffee table has my small cloche that I
made from a silver compote and a small glass dome.
I used leaves and a deep green mum,
some berries and a wooden acorn in this one.
This one doesn't photograph well at all.
Please stop to see Marty @ A Stroll Thru Life
Your Halloween decorations under glass are darling. I had a terrible time with glare myself. hugs♥olive
Darling Sue, love the pumpkin best. P.S. I am going to click on your bow making link now... Thanks! Hugs, Jen
I like the Halloween decorations under glass too! Great idea...lots of little things. I like that!
Oh what's going on at Sue's?
A cloche party!
Love to see them!
You're all decked out for fall... It must be so much fun to put little surprises under the cloche.
Wishing you a grand weekend Sue!
Ps. How's your dad doing? Mine is home on his own now... we all just pray he manages okay... and visit when we can.
You're collection is growing well Sue! I like the one on the silver the best, great job!
How fun! I love all of your Halloween thing inside the cloche's. So cute!
And your blog is so festive too!!
I'm so in the holiday spirit here! Your collections are so festive and cute and I love your cloches.
I love those little puppets! Your home made is gorgeous!!!
Sue, I love your cute Halloween decor and my fav of course is the silver bowl and cloche. So pretty.
I love these Sue, they are really cute! You have such a knack for decorating. With three boys in the house I don't think I'll be participating in any cloche parties in the near future, I can just see all those fingerprints:)
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They are all wonderful. I love them. Your pumpkin in the first one is so cute and I love the ceramic base. The corn and puppets are fabulous in your apothecary jar. Love the one you made with the dome and the silver. So pretty and the flower is lovely inside. Very creative and such wonderful inspiration for how to decorate them. Thanks so much for linking to the party. Hugs, Marty
Each and everyone of your cloches are decorated so cutesy, Sue. Love looking at them....Christine
These are wonderful Sue!
Haven't been to Alton in awhile. Our trips to IL have been few and far between since the Winfield Ferry closed. Sure miss that ferry!
This is so cute!
I do like your Halloween cloches -you have some cute ideas. The last one is pretty on it's silver stand. They are hard to photograph.
Have a great weekend.
You are very creative! I love those little Halloween people in the cloche. That's just the cutest.
How much fun are these! I especially like your old pumpkin. He is very festive.
Before blogging, I didn't know what a cloche was either.
Have a fantastic weekend! La
Love that vintage pumpkin with arms, and those cute little dancing H'ween figures. So cute! Your blog background is great too! laurie
very pretty cloches,way to have fun with them! I do have to say that witch or whatever in the one is a little bit scary!
Very nice Sue! I love the vintage pumpkin and all the fall prettiness at your house.
It's yucky here today. Rainy, 50's, I want my summer back! hehe.
Love you cloche displays! Thanks for popping in to see mine!
Be a sweetie,
Your cloches are just perfect and I love the candy corn on your blog. Makes my mouth water and now I want candy!!! I can smell it too. Beautiful display for fall, Char
Missy broke the cloche that my mom had and then gave to me. She then broke the top of the cake tray platter so I am without either :(
I did see a ton at a flea market but they were ridiculously priced.
Looks beautiful my friend!
The cloche on your coffee table looks wonderful. That silver footed plate is a treasure.
- The Tablescaper
I just love that cutie-oh pumpkin!! So darling!!! And those little puppets are really different--I like your happy decorations!
Love the Cloches. The Pumpkin's my fav.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I wish you lived closer too..I am positive we'd have so much fun!
They are wonderful....You did a great job...So glad that I stopped by tonight...Great pictures...Happy Sunday..
These are wonderful, Sue! I love your second Halloween vignette ~ just perfect for a glass display.
Your cloches look great. I never owned a cloche until I stated blogging so it’s nice to get ideas how to decorate them. I also developed a weird craving for little birdies and roosters!
Thanks for you kind words for Heather. All I can say is thank goodness for the kindness of strangers.
I like the idea of a cloche party. I need to start a collection.
Thanks for your visit -- these are all so pretty - love your vintage Halloween people -- but I really love the one you made with the silver compote! Beautiful!
Neat Halloween and fall cloche designs! That Jack-o-lantern just makes me smile!
I like your tablescape below, as well.
These are fun. I could look through these all day. Now I want to decorate!
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