Cheese Cloche

3:29:00 PM

Thrift store to fabulous!

The thrift store is loaded with cheese dishes...

I'm on a mission to make the world a better place today...




Thanks to The Graphics Fairy for the great image to transfer...

I used Mod Podge to stick the image onto the painted surface, 
let it dry, then wet and rubbed off the paper... 

When it was dry I waxed the surface with clear wax.


I tied a key and key hole to the lid with jute...


Love the results and I gave it to my friend as a gift!

Today I successfully saved another cheese dish from the landfill!

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13 comments

  1. Nice find. I love the key that you have added to it. Looks great.

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  2. That turned out great, Susan! I know what you mean, I always see these at Goodwill. I found a {still in its wrapper} little wooden board that I plan on trying this technique {again} out on. I just need to pick the graphic that grabs me for it!

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  3. Super cute! That is one of my favorite graphics (anything with chocolate!!)

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  4. I haven't tried the image transfer thing yet - looks great!

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  5. I love your ideas! This is so great! I love your little added person touches to things.

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  6. Love it! I love these things too, I've got to do more thrift shopping! I'm now a follower~

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  7. Sorry, I already follow you on Linky! These newbies... Now I follow you on GF too! Well you can never have too much of a grood thing!

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  8. And all of the cheese cloches are thanking you for saving them from the landfill in such an awesome way!

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  9. I gasped! I didn't think of graphics on mine, nor giving them away, nor that I rescued them from a landfill. I can go forth now in peace with my two cheese domes!

    ~Bliss~

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  10. HI - I LOVE this project - and it's given me a great idea for something i picked up at Goodwill the other day!! THANKS!

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  11. The same day I saw your post I was at my favorite thrift store and saw a small cheese dish..for $3! Scooped it up and am trying this project today!

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  12. great re-do and i love, love, love the key and keyhole embellishment!

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