No, I don’t have any broken cloches to show you. I did break one recently, but I didn’t think about taking a picture of the glass pieces on the floor. Although I am no longer joining weekly memes, I still join Blogville parties, and I am happy to be linking the Fall Cloche Party at A Stroll Thru Life.
Obviously, these aren’t cloches, but Marty is soooo kind and lenient about what qualifies as a cloche for her parties that I’m posting two candle lanterns that I have used to display a painted glass pear and a painted glass apple.
The next two cloches are on the desk in my entry hall all the time. I thought I might get away with using them as Fall cloches by hanging a Fall wreath over them!
This one protects granddaddy’s and grandmother’s pocket watches.
Don’t you think the wreath hanging over the cloches magically transforms them to Fall cloches?
I know this post really stretches the meaning of Fall cloches, but my miscellaneous flatware, covered with a cloche, became a Fall cloche by hanging the pretty metal leaf from the side. I was the lucky winner of that leaf at a giveaway at Between Naps On the Porch last year.
I know you are going to be under-whelmed by my creativity when you see the next two cloches. I apologize in advance for my lack of creative abilities.
I hope you didn’t spend a lot of time trying to see what was under these cloches, because my “creative genius” was to cover a couple of Fall themed plates with cloches. The last one reads, “We are blessed beyond measure”.
For links to cloches that display incredible creativity, go to A Stroll Thru Life. Thanks for hosting Marty. And thanks to each of you for coming by to see my Fallen Cloches. laurie