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





Comments

  1. 1
    debbie says:

    You are rockin this one Debbie. LOVE LOVE LOVE it. I think you have this copy thing mastered!
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    Judy says:

    What a great copycat project. It really looks awesome.
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  3. 3

    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!
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  4. 4

    You did a great job. I love when a copy cat project turns out just right!
    Jordan@the2seasons recently posted..A Working Man’s Office

  5. 5

    Wow – I love your “copycat” version! Way to go, Debbie!
    Susan @ Afford Your Passions recently posted..Shaker Boxes

  6. 6
    Des says:

    Very pretty…..great project!
    ~Des

  7. 7
    Martina says:

    Awesome copy Debbie! I love the look of yours more!

  8. 8

    Wow….that is so beautiful. I love putting random things under glass it does make them that much more special.

    Well Done

    MJ
    Lucky 7 Design
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  9. 9
    Diane says:

    Your version is more colorful and your base is much more interesting. Great display!
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  10. 10
    Becca says:

    Looks wonderful Debbie … another A ++++++++. I love all of the colors and elements in your display! Martha would be proud !!!!

  11. 11

    Fabulous! I so need to get with the whole cloche thing! I’ll be on the lookout from now on!

    Jessica
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  12. 12
    Bliss 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!

    ~Bliss~
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  13. 13
    debbie says:

    Thanks Deb…this is a beautiful copy!
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  14. 14
    Miss Kitty 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).
    Miss Kitty recently posted..Is This The “Perfect Mason” Jar Paint Technique?

  15. 15
    Lynn says:

    Martha better watch her back, that turned out amazing! I can’t believe it…
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  16. 16

    Martha would approve – and you don’t want to get on her bad side! She’s been in the joint!
    Kelly
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  17. 17

    Oh….you did good!! real good! this just looks so incredible!!! Love it!!
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  18. 18
    Gina says:

    Fantastic copycat! Stand back Martha!
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  19. 19

    Stunning, Debbie! I love all the elements and the dimension to this project! Nice copycat!
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  20. 20
    MariaElena says:

    Your copycat is beautiful! It is perfect!

  21. 21

    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!!! : (
    Rhonda

  22. 22

    Wonderful copycat! I love cloches. You have done a beautiful job with this.
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  23. 23
    Vicky says:

    Move over Martha! Debbie has something she wants to show you :) very nice Debbie!
    Martha is the best I’m just having a little fun.
    Vicky recently posted..Too Many Irons

  24. 24
    fiona says:

    I love it, and you’ve given me great inspiration because I never know what to put under a cloche !
    Thanks Fiona
    fiona recently posted..the thrice painted cloakroom !

  25. 25
    Lorraine says:

    I love it! it came out almost exactly like the picture! wonderful job!

  26. 26

    Wow, you got this one perfectly….even the nutshell! LOVE this.

    Have a great weekend, hon!
    Ricki Jill
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  27. 27
    Shannon Fox says:

    You are such a kick butt copy cat!!! That is cuter then the original. So sweet and treasure filled. I pinned that Qt ;)
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  28. 28
    Rondell says:

    That is one great copy cat! Really cute!

  29. 29
    Ruthq says:

    It looks great. I love cloches. Your cloche is definitely a good thing.
    Ruth
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  30. 30
    angie 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!
    Angie

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