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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Let's Have A Christmas Cloche Party-December 10th



I know some of you have already started your Christmas decorating, however, I never do until after Thanksgiving and I see some of you are the same way.  So I thouht we would wait and have our Christmas Cloche Party on Friday, December 10th.  Hopefully we will all be decorated by then.  So put your thinking caps on and let's see all of your fabulous creations.

Here are a few of the ones I showed last year.  I have seen much prettier ones, however, this gives you a few ideas.































So mark your calendars, and let's have another fun party.  I can't wait to see everything.

35 comments:

  1. Yes, yes, I was hoping you'd say that, Marty! Of course, I can be all excited now that I have a few cloches! : ) It will be interesting to see what I come up with for putting under them because I have no ideas at the moment.

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  2. I decorate after Thanksgiving also so I should have all my Christmas decor up for your party!

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  3. I was wondering if you would! YES, count me in!

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  4. Hi Marty! Thanks for stopping in for a visit. It's really appreciated. Your pictured cloches sure set a high standard for the rest of us. They are beautiful!!

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  5. Hi Marty!

    I'll be there with my jingle bells on!

    Candy

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  6. Oh goodie! I got myself a new cloche so I can participate this time!

    Blssings,
    Sandi

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  7. I decorate the day after Thanksgiving (and take it all down on New Year's Day). Looking forward to your party.

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  8. Sweet! Love the salt and pepper shakers. ♥O

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  9. What gorgeous cloches, Marty. One day I want to see your storage room for all these treasures you share. Chuckle!, awesome, just awesome.

    Have a beautiful & blessed Thanksgiving holiday season ~
    TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

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  10. Marty,
    This is a great idea. I will post in my sidebar. Thanks.
    Sherry

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  11. It is hard to believe it has been a year since my first cloche party! Last year I only had a covered cake plate to use...uh, this year...a few more. You are a bad influence:) Can't wait!

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  12. Blessings Marty, I love all your cloche's but I think my favorite was the Nativity scene. Do you know I don't even have one; oh well I'll just look at how you'all decorate with them.
    Hugs, Noreen

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  13. oh man and here I sit, still clochless in NC lol.. oh well I'll improvise ..
    sounds like a fun party..

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  14. I'm in I'm in!! Can't wait and I love revisiting your cloche displays for last Christmas.

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  15. That sounds like a fun party and I will put it on my calendar to join in! I just got some new cloches so I'm ready to decorate for Christmas (after Thanksgiving, I'm with you on that one)

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  16. I love the one with the starfish in it. I only have a couple myself but it sounds like fun. Roeshel says hi ;)

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  17. Sounds great Marty! It's on my sidebar and I'm in:@)

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  18. I was wondering if you would have a Christmas themed cloche party. I'm going to have to start thinking. Have a great evening. La

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  19. My friend has a dome she uses to cover a cupcake for her first granddaughter's birthday each year. She now has two more granddaughters and is looking for two more domes. I have been helping her look and now, with this blog post, I am going to buy my first dome and look forward to participating in this party. Thanks for having this. See you on the 10th (and probably before, too).

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  20. Marty,
    What a lovely invitation. Yes! I'll be sure to save the date on my planner. Thank you for inviting me! Now dear, you truly are the Queen of Cloches! I adore the one with the little red figurine beneath. I have a December (birthday) angel that looks similar to her. The nativity nearly takes my breath away. You are certainly an inspiration to all of us! Have a blessed Thanksgiving. . .see you in December!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  21. How exciting - another cloche party! I hope to join in if we get the decorations from the attic in time. I'm hoping we'll get them down the day after Thanksgiving! We don't have company coming this year.

    Thanks for hosting! I don't know how you do all the blogging you do!! You're a "better man" than me! LOL!!

    Katherine

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  22. Very nice idea Marty.... can it be only Christmas decor or it can be any thing?
    http://craftaworld.blogspot.com
    Love
    Farah

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  23. Hi Marty, I love your idea of Cloche party, I post your party announcement on my side bar. hope people will love it.
    http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/
    love
    Farah

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  24. Marty,
    These are all so beautiful!! You have inspired me to create some of these!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie @ A Debbie-Dabble Christmas

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  25. What a great idea. I'll be stopping by to see what you guys will come up with.

    http://dobermans-by-the-sea.blogspot.com/

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  26. Yay for Christmas
    I would love to join the party you have inspired me to make a cloche for Halloween and now for Thanksgiving so I would like to make one for Christmas too
    greatstampini.blogspot.com

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  27. Hey Marti,
    Count me in, I love your cloche parties and your festive examples from last year are all so inspiring.
    Taking the button for my sidebar too.
    Maggie.

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  28. I like the ribbon on top of them. I love the s & p shaker one!

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  29. Yay! another party! I like all of your inspirations!

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  30. I would love to join the cloche party. I have posted your button on my blog.
    I love a beautiful cloche.
    Thanks
    Michele

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  31. All so pretty, but my favorite ones are the ones with the S&P shakers and silverware! How unique and beautiful!

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  32. Lovely ideas. I use a long stemmed vase (bit like a gigantic wine glass) and turn it upside down with a miniature Christmas tree underneath and a draped bow on the top.
    Ann

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