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Friday, December 4, 2009

A Christmas Cloche Party

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Marty at A Stroll Thru Life is hosting
A Christmas Cloche Party so you can show
off your cloches ( if you have any!) I have one....
The cloche and ornaments are from Home Goods. The Restoration Hardware tin Christmas plate was a steal for 49 cents at the thrift store! Happy Decorating!

36 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love the acorn ornaments and in the nest, they are precious!

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  2. Betsy, you always take top billing, the gold medal, and the blue ribbon when it comes to decorating...beautiful displayed.
    The Bach

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  3. Well, thanks Lord Wellington. :)

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  4. Betsy-Love the ornaments in the nest! Very pretty!

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  5. I lurve the etching design on your cloche... wish i had one! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Your etched glass cloche is stunning, such a beautiful piece. I love that you have it on such a fabulous plate and the acorns inside are just beautiful. Thanks so much for joining the party, I really appreciate it. Hugs, Marty

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  7. So pretty...I don't have a cloche, so I'll just admire yours.

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  8. How sweet !
    Love the golden pinecones, and so elegantly displayed.
    Made me smile ;)

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  9. Oh Betsy I wish I was home, I would join in the Christmas Cloche Party but up to my eyeballs in guns!

    Your display is simply ellegant.

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  10. Well,I;m confused. i thought a cloche was a hat though? A darling one at that! there caalled cloches too?

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  11. Love the etched glass. What a steal on the plate. Great buy.

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  12. Betsy, I love the sweet acorns and nest.

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  13. It is no good asking me to exhibit my cloche - I had to look it up in the dictionary to find out what on earth it was. But now I know I can admire your creativity.

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  14. I have nothing like that, but it sure looks very beautiful.
    Have a nice Friday Betsy,
    xo

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  15. Marty ~ you really know how to throw a party...but you have SO many cloches...I lost count! ha!

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  16. Mmm ~ same name..same shape! :)

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  17. You have such a flair!

    I don't have a cloche. But now I want one :)

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  18. Hi Betsy!

    I love that plate - what a deal that was! The etched cloche is beautiful and so is your display!

    Manuela

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  19. I know not about cloches, but maybe I shall take the time to learn. Quite possibly a cloche could show up at my house before Christmas... well, it is possible...

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  20. Martha ~ anything is possible ...especially at Christmas. :) I hope a cloche does show up at your home!

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  21. What is it about cloches that just feel and look festive? I do love them, although I don't have one myself. I love the etching on yours, and that tin plate is beautiful!

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  22. I just love the little pinecones. So cute and definately Christmasy!!

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  23. Simply beautiful, Betsy. Your taste is incredible. I am slowly reading through your previous posts and seeing that you have been redecorating. I love it. :)

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  24. i am so glad you posted a pic...i had no idea what one was...but yours is beautiful!

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  25. Just beautiful girl...thanks for sharing...hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  26. My cloche is very average! hehe

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  27. I thought a cloche was a hat too??? never seen anything like this but it's lovely!!!!

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  28. That cloche is perhaps the prettiest etched one I've seen. And I love what it is sitting upon, too!

    Finally got my post up, come see! Looking forward to seeing you again on Deck the Halls Tuesday, too!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  29. I don't have a cloche, but have often wished that I did. Lovely decoration.

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  30. I just got a cloche for my birthday this year - have wanted one forever! But I put mine away for the holiday - had I seen this post, I might've thought of something holiday to do with it! It's lovely!

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  31. LOL!! My cloche's are all hats:)....I've always loved the glass ones, too...

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  32. I'm not really sure what a 'cloche' is. Something encased in glass? If so I don't have one but love yours.

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  33. Baine ~ a cloche is the glass dome. It's shaped like the cloche hats of the 1920's!

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  34. Hmm, this is funny. I clicked on your TT link and I landed here.

    Pretty cloche. I want one!

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