Under Glass

It’s true  being placed under a glass cloche brings importance to any object.

I read about this decorator’s trick in the March 2012 issue of

LIVING~Martha Stewart

The article states that even your tiniest treasures can make an impact.

I gathered all my little inexpensive treasures.

Layering natural pieces, adjusting butterflies and resizing a twig.

Can you believe I got that little seed pot with those cute robin eggs for twenty-five cents?

This is the article from the Living magazine.

and if Martha says it’s a good thing,

I agree, so here’s my magazine copycat of

Martha’s Good Things.

Sharing at:  Debbiedoo’s Magazine Copy Cat Challenge, Crafty, Scrappy, Happy, At The Picket Fence, WhipperBerry, Uncommonly Yours



  1. says

    I agree totally. I don’t have many cloches but I do have the tall glass candle sconces that fit into candelabras and have repurposed them by turning them into cloches from very small items. I have one of my spring stamped rocks uder one. It is so simple but makes such a big impact when creating a vignette. Yours looks awesome. I’m calling you Ms. Martha from now on!

  2. says

    Darn good Martha, I mean Debbie. Guess I better get me a Martha Stewart magazine, I’m having trouble coming up with my copy cat and it’s almost here!


  3. says

    Wow! I love it! It really does make all the little items look special. That pot with the blue eggs was quite a bargain. I saw your post over at the Magazine Copy Cat Challenge (of course).

  4. says

    Love the copy cat cloche – everything is tucked into the base so pretty.
    I enjoy playing with cloches and broke one today testing it to see if it would easily come off it’s base…it did!!! : (

  5. says

    I picked up a cloche like that at the thrift shop a couple of weeks ago and haven’t been able to figure out what to do with it…until now. Thanks for the great idea!

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