Chicken Wire Cloche

6:00:00 AM

I've been thinking about what else I could make with 
the chicken wire I had leftover from 
Then it came to me...


I've seen Becky at Buckets of Burlap make a cloche
with chicken wire...
But this time what if I wrapped chicken wire 
around the glass cloche
and kept the glass under the chicken wire?...

I lined up the end of the chicken wire with the bottom of the cloche and wrapped it around. Where the chicken wire ends met, I wrapped the wires together. I formed the chicken wire around the glass and around the top handle by pressing it to the glass.


At the top I wrapped thick wire around
 the handle to secure it.


I used a pliers to turn under all the sharp edges and I tied a ribbon around the top. I placed it on top of a white pedestal I had made from a cheese board and a candle stick.


Here it is on an ironstone plate. 


Easy and adorable!


This version, with the green antiqued wooden base, 
is available for sale sold on my Etsy shop: Homeroad the Store


Susan

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36 comments

  1. Okay.....I am soooooooooo copying you! Love this!

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  2. Very cute! Did you try taking the glass out from under? I wonder how that would look, then you could make a bunch of them. Great idea....I'm copying Leslie who's copying you. :) Lisa~

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  3. and then I'm copying them.....now I have to go out and find myself one of those!

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  4. It looks fabulous. I love this idea. Hugs, Marty

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  5. So cute! I have a couple of cheese dome cloches...now I'm thinking they need chicken wire! Thanks for visiting Red Hen Home!

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  6. that looks awesome! i think the ckicken wire pulls the whole thing together!

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    LINDO!!!
    BJOKAS.

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  8. What a great idea! I've seen chicken wire used for many things and this is such a great one!!!

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  9. What a great idea.....I have a few cloches and the chicken wire would add such a great touch!
    Marianne :)

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  10. So cute & so very charming! oxox, tracie

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  11. This is SO pretty! You did such a great job getting that chicken wire to fit nice and snuggly and neatly over the glass!

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  12. I really like this the ribbon makes it seem extra special come visit me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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  13. That is so cute I love it! I am visiting from craft o maniac linky party. Come and say hi I love visitors

    tyandwhitneyulrich.blogspot.com

    oh and I pinned this :)

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  14. Love your cloche I am going to have to break down and go buy a roll of it

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  15. Love it. I wonder if you could slide the glass out of there?

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  16. Love it, why didn't I think of this???? XO, Pinky

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  17. Love your cloche! I'm adding this to my list of "borrowed ideas" to make...thank you for sharing! Lesa

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  18. I love this look. What a beautiful idea. THanks for linking to Home Decor and Organizing Link Party.

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  19. LOVE this...going over to order one from your ETSY shop!!!...thanks for sharing....
    Mariaelena

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  20. What a neat idea!!

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    Have a Happy Thursday and a blessed weekend! :0)

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  21. This is ADORABLE!! I Must try it.

    http://ashtonscraftycreations.blogspot.com/

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  22. I just highlighted this project on my blog today!! If you want to see it.... go to:
    http://thehomelessfinch.blogspot.com/2011/05/what-ive-been-seeing-in-blog-land.html

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  23. very cute :)

    Jackie
    http://jaclyndesigns.blogspot.com

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  24. How absolutely darling!! Love this idea and it came out so sweet!! Would love for you to come share this at Feathered Nest Friday at my blog! :)

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  25. Coolest, most creative new cloche technique EVER! I love the juxtaposition of the smooth clear glass and the rustic wire. Beautiful!

    So glad I saw your link-up at 504 Main!

    New follower,
    Jenn/Rook No. 17

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  26. That looks fabulous! I would have never thought of that! Love it! Thanks for linking it up this week! :)

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  27. Brilliant idea!! Love it!
    Thank you so much for sharing this @ {nifty thrifty sunday} last week!
    Hope to see you again tomorrow! :)
    xoxo from Germany,
    Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}

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  28. This is SO SO cute! It's funny, I am normally not too "country" in my decor but I really do love creative use of chicken wire in craft projects :) love it!

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  29. Great idea! And I just saw that it sold at your booth! Very exciting! Thanks so much for linking up to Terrific Under Ten!

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  30. I love this chicken wire cloche. Very cute! I have a link party on Tuesdays. I'd love it if you would share this project.
    www.projectqueen.org

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  31. Oops! Forgot to tell you I'm a new follower ;-)

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  32. Lovely!
    It looks wonderful! After looking at a few of your creations I am now a new follower :) I cant wait to see what other lovely things come ahead!!

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