A life recorded is twice precious - first the experience itself and then the memory of it full and sweet when we read about it later.
Elaine Cannon

Friday, February 19, 2010

A Cloche Party

is having a party to
 share our cloches for the season.
This red glass was a set of my Mothers glasses that I grew up admiring when I was a little girl.   I only have one glass now but it a true treasure.  That is why it is under glass at my cottage.  I only have a few cloches now to show but I sure have a lot of wonderful ideas now that I have been at Marty's home and joined in to her party.
                                                                     Hugs,  Sharon K


marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh the rose and pearls are just stunning. What a treasure the glass is, such a wonderful keepsake. I love that you put your treasures under a cloche. That always makes them even more special. Thank you so much for joining the party. This is a ton of fun. Hugs, Marty

PEA said...

I love the way you keep that treasured glass under a cloche! Very beautiful!!

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littlethings1 said...

Very nice ! It is so great to beable to diplay a family treasure like that !

daylily777 said...

All very lovely !

Prior said...

Neat way to cherish and display your last glass. Love all your cloche displays. Lezlee

alice said...

So very dear.
smiles, alice

Angie said...

Beautiful! I have apothecary jars and some cloches I made, but I want one like yours, a bell jar I think it's called, with that big glass ball on the top. Love it!

Debbie said...

Those are so pretty! I only have me only lonely little cloche, have to get some more to scatter about!! I like your blog and just became a follower:)

Janean said...

isn't that the idea of a cloche: to show off a treasure? how precious is this one!!