Wire Cloche

9:15:00 AM


This wire cloche caught my eye...





and the $5.00 price tag was hard to resist, but it
needed a little bling to bring it from "ehhhh" to awesome.

The wire cloche stands about 2' high, it was adorable but needed something.


so I added a little rustic bling.

A chippy wooden finial fit right in the hole at the top.


A metal number tag hung on the side with a clamp hook.


And some of my favorite items inside for display...


Turned this just "ehhh" wire cloche into fabulous
with just a few rustic embellishments.


I'm already thinking about how to decorate it for 
the next season!

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11 comments

  1. Oh my gosh, I would have been all over that, too! So dang cute!

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  2. Fabulous! I love the addition of the finial.

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  3. Wow...I didn't even know about wire cloches and the finial on top...just over the top!!! Where did you even find the cloche? You are one clever lady! Thanks for sharing this.

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  4. What an amazing find! The wood finial really gives it that something-something!

    Jeanine

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  5. Very cool addition of the finial!!

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  6. This is a great piece and it is going to be so fun to decorate with each season!

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  7. love the bling! you can't go wrong with chippy!
    gail

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  8. Love that especially with the chippy ball on the top.

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  9. How CUTE!! It really looks like something from a chic boutique. Great vision!

    ♥Linsey

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