Easy DIY Valentine Cloche

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Turning a Mason jar into a cloche is
as easy as 1 2 3!

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1. I used a mason jar lid with a straw hole in the top. 
Flipping it over, I screwed through a washer and the lid 
to attach it to a broken pedestal stand. You can also use
a thrift store candlestick.

Using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint I used French Linen 
on the inside and Empire Silk with dark wax on the rest.
Love how it sticks to metal!

Easy DIY Valentines Cloche www.homeroad.net

2. I attached a wooden knob to the bottom of the Mason jar
with E6000 glue... it holds like crazy!

Easy DIY Valentines Cloche www.homeroad.net

3. I filled the jar with hearts then screwed it
back onto the lid. 

Use any kind of jar with a lid, attach it to an old
candlestick.... You can create many variations.

Easy DIY Valentines Cloche www.homeroad.net

Add vinyl hearts or words to the jar for an added touch.



Fill it with candy, a photo of your loved ones, 
or a Valentine's Day scene.


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7 comments

  1. So sweet! :) Love the color!

    Have a blessed Monday!

    Sherri

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  2. It's a cute idea. I love how you can fill it with all kinds of things.

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    1. Thanks Dee... just wish it stayed filled a little longer! Yum!

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    1. Thanks Cindy! It is a fun little project!

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  4. Now this is precious! I love the photo inside of it ;-)

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