Sunday, December 30, 2012

Seasonal Cloche Lamp

Last year I posted about the cloche lamp I 
found at Target... it continues to be one of my favorite picks...

A Christmas update to this simple lamp makes an 
ever-changing seasonal statement...

For the season I placed the lamp on top a Pottery Barn pedestal...



A rusty gear, an old pulley and some hand painted
pinecones made a cozy place for Santa this Christmas...




In a few days when the Christmas decorations go away, this cloche lamp will get a new look when I fill it 
with wire snowflakes and snowmen...

Happy New Year everyone!!!

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10 comments:

  1. Awesome idea for the uses of that lamp; wonder if Target still has those! You make all your home projects so pretty and special. Have a great week and a wonderful New Year!

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    1. Thank you sooo much! I got the lamp last spring so I'm not sure if they still carry it... check on line.
      Happy New Year!
      Susan

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  2. I dont shop at Target often (too far out of the way mostly)but I had a shopping day with my sister Saturday and I saw this lamp (or one really similar).. I was just thinking of all the different ways it could be changed out. Yours looked great for Christmas.
    Hope you have a very Happy New Year. Looking forward to what 2013 brings us from Homeroad.

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  3. I pinned it of course, like I do most of your creative stuff. You have been such an inspiration to me, so glad to have found your blog and ideas.

    Happy New Year.

    Bliss

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  4. What a great little decorating item! So versatile too...I wonder if you could cut the top off one of those gawd - awful glear glass ginger jar lamps they used to fill with dried flowers?

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    1. I bet you could Nadine... that's a great idea for anyone that can't find this lamp!

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  5. I would love to find the Pottery Barn pedestal! Ive looked on PB website, ebay, etc! Was this a recent purchase? Thanks!!

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    1. Daisy I got the pedestal for Christmas last year.... I'm sure you could find something similar or paint an old ugly one! Good luck!
      Susan

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  6. That is so beautiful! Love how you can just change it up any 'ol time too! LOVE the way you layered it all up!

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