Thursday, May 23, 2013

Cloche and Something Industrial

Happy Hump Day to you! The weeks seem to be flying by, beautiful weather but we are supposed to get some really bad storms later, hopefully not like OKC, I pray for those people! I’ve never been in a tornado and God willing I  never will but from the news showing the devastation it is mind boggling!
My new cloche!
I’ve used Dollar Tree chocolate, candy candles in it with a DT dolie, plus the cloche itself is from the a yardsale this past weekend.
Cloche 009
It was never taken out of the box.
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Only paid $4.00 for it!
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So cute and petite!
Cloche 008
Thanks for stopping by, always glad you do! I hope your having a wonderful week!
Whoops! I almost forgotSmile I bought this file thingy at an antique mall in N.C. last February and just painted it with Valpar / Polar Star and distressed it!
yardsale, Pirate game 051
Cloche Party Time
House Party
Wow Us Wednesday
Open House Party


Chubby Chieque said...

Petité? But I love it.

So much inspiration here and thank you for sharing them (at least to me).

Have a greet day.
/CC girl

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh I love your close and the candies look soooooooo good, how fun is that. I really like your file drawer too, it looks wonderful. Thanks tons for joining the Party. Hugs, Marty

Judy Biggerstaff said...

So cute and so many ideas you have shared. If you squint your eyes on the industrial one, it kind of looks like an antique stove with two ovens.

Blondie's Journal said...

The cloche is so pretty! I never know what to put under them...the candy looks so good! Wouldn't last long here! lol! And I like your file thingy, you did a great job with it! :)


Gail said...

What a wonderful bargain you found! And everything looks oh so pretty inside a cloche!

Karen said...

Lovely vignette and that candy stand was a great find,love the file cabinet and the pretty color you painted it.

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Love the candy stand...looks so charming with the chocolates...and the McCoy finds in your last post are wonderful, too!

Meeha Meeha said...

Your new cloche looks lovely - and on a budget, too! I love the way you styled it, combining the textures of glass, metal and twine :)