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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Yip-Skip - Cloche Party Time

Yip-Skip, the Cloche party is here!!!!  Can't wait to see what all you guys come up with.




I had this arrangement on the dining table and decided to change it up just a tad for the cloche party.




I removed the apothecary jar on the right and added another pedestal and a cloche.


 Two marble orbs look elegant under a cloche.


A fun update.


I've already shown you tons of cloches that I've done, so now let's see yours.





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35 comments:

  1. Yay! I'm so excited to be at your cloche party! Looking forward to all the inspiration! Thanks so much for hosting!
    Blessings,
    Nici

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  2. Lets party!
    Thanks for having a cloche party again!

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  3. Your dining room table vignette is fabulous, Marty. Thanks so much for hosting all your Cloche Parties!

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  4. Your swan is just lovely! I'm going to visit some of the party goers! Sweet hugs my friend!

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  5. Thanks for hosting another FUN party. Your table looks so nice with the swan and the cloche with the marble orbs...love the burlap ribbon, too.

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  6. Hi Marty! Thank you for hosting another fabulous party! :)
    Love your vignette!

    ~Liz

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  7. Your table looks beautiful. Without the cloche, those marble orbs would not show up nearly as well. As always, well done! Thank you for the party. laurie

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  8. Thanks for hosting Marty! Love to see all the cloches! Your dining table looks great, so creative!

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  9. Marty, thanks for hosting another great cloche party! Hugs, Penny

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  10. Love the cloche on the pedestal. I have one on a pedestal too! Love this party...thanks for hosting.

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  11. glad I can join Marty, thanks for letting me know what a Cloche is!

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  12. I can tell already that this one is going to be a doozy! Is that a word? Still searching for mine! Shoot!!

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  13. Hi Marty, thanks for hosting this fun party!

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  14. Oh, my! What a fun theme for a party! And to think I just wrapped mine up and packed them away for the move! Love cloches and have at least seven! When we finally unpack and settle in I will be so excited to display them again with new treasures! Marty, you sure are a clever girl and a wonderful hostess!!

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  15. The larger orb almost reminds me of a nautilus~ so pretty. Thank you so very much for hosting!

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  16. Love all the shells in some of these cloches, including yours. Nice opening to summer days, Marty!

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  17. Thanks so much for hosting this fun party! I love your pretty tablescape!

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  18. Hi Marty, happy to be joining in on this fun party. One of my favs!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  19. I always ADORE your cloches, and love this party because I love to see everyone's talented cloche vignettes too!

    I hope to be late and possibly link up, but looks like I may not be able to, but I am sure there in spirit and admiration.

    Huge hugs.

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  20. I like cloches more and more! :-)

    But I don't have any ;-( YET! ;-)

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  21. Hello Lady M!

    What a wonderful time to gather our cloches. Unfortunately, I took lots of photos in my Samsung SIII and I have trouble (once again with Samsung).

    Anyhow, I guess my share is eligible to participate, isn't it? LoL*

    Have FUN, bloggie friends and enjoy your pre-week end.

    Greetings from a rainy Stockhol,
    /CC girl

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  22. You are simply a master of tablescapes, Marty! I love the way you paired the cloche with the sculpted marble bottom, it echoes the grace of the swan. And the shells under the cloche? Genius! I would have never thought of that, must pin this immediately!

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  23. Your vignettes with cloches are always the best, dear Marty! Thank you so much for yet, another great Cloche Party at your place!
    Big hugs,
    FABBY

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  24. Ooo...pretty. I thought they were seashells at first. Of course I didn't get any new things done for the party, but I enjoyed seeing yours!

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  25. Thanks for hosting Marty, I was going to use seashells but decided to go with the faux candy!

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  26. That is such a pretty vignette, Marty. Love the swan with it...Christine

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  27. You do have the touch for vignettes, Marty! I love what you did with your cloche and I love seeing the transformation process.
    I know I'm late to the party....pretty unusual for me. But, I had forgotten and I was also planning on Kathleen's Memorial Day party, so I decided to put a cloche on my table. Really, it was so much fun. Thanks for your parties. I've met some lovely people and you keep me on my toes, creating. [hugs]

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  28. I remember the first year I started blogging and you were having cloche parties. I loved them and still do. Thank you for who you are as a person that we all admire and love and for how nice you are to everyone. We love cloches and you are the Cloche Queen!

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  29. Hi Marty,
    Thanks for the fun party!

    Jeanette @ Creating a Life

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  30. Such great ideas! Love your party, Marty! Thanks!~~Angela

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  31. Thanks so much for hosting, Marty!

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  32. I'm sorry I won't link anything this time as the renovation still going on at the Cottage makes it impossible to just find my cloche, but I'm still goign to enjoy the links.

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  33. I love your cloche on a pillar pedestal! Such a great idea!

    Thanks for hosting the party!!

    Frances
    Notions from Nonny
    Healthier Lifestyle with Nonny

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