Revisit~A Wee Little Cloche


Hi everyone! Today is Sunday Favorites over at Miss Chari's place. This is a day to revisit and old post. I thought I would share a little St. Patrick's Day decor from last year! I hope you enjoy and have a wonderful day!


My Wee bit of a cloche is just a little St. Patty's Day decoration.



This is the smallest cloche I have ever seen. It is really tiny. I found it for $1.00 at Goodwill. I decided I wanted to make a little St. Patrick's Day decoration out of it.

So, with the tiny cloche ready, I needed a little pedestal. I figured that it should be something that could be used later as well. So, I decided to use a white candle in a jar from the dollar store. It was just the right size.



Then I grabbed a little swirly designed saucer



I sprinkled a little shamrock confetti.



I removed the little leprechaun from the pick stick and placed him under the cloche and popped the carnations off the stems and made a little ring around the base.




And now we have a "Wee Bit of a Cloche".

9 comments :

  1. That is so cute!

    I'm here from Chari's party. It's a pleasure to find your blog!

    Have a great day.
    Pam

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  2. Cute! Gotta catch those leprechauns any way you can:@)

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  3. Aye that's very cute lassie.

    Cheers,
    Lisa x

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  4. He says "Even though I am so cute in here I CANT breathe"

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  5. You are just so darn clever and crafty. I love it!!! and your Wee Little Cloche is very sweet little lassie!!!! I love it!!!

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  6. Great idea, will you keep him under there until he tells you where the gold is? At the end of the rainbow, maybe?

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  7. So cute Diann! Such a tiny cloche! Love the Leprechaun! hugs, Linda

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  8. I love that idea. He is so cute.

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