Thursday, December 3, 2009

Christmas Cloche Party!

Marty @
is hosting another exciting Cloche Party!
I was a little late in getting ready for the party
and had to get a little creative since I don't own an
actual cloche...

So how about a gingerbread man in a teapot cloche?
I love gingerbread men almost as much as I love snowmen!

Does this qualify as a cloche?
It's my collection of vintage Shiny Brite ornaments.

...and up last is this poinsettia and pomegranate cake stand cloche.

So glad you stopped by to see my slightly unusual cloche's.
I had a good time putting them together...
and thats really what it's all about,

Thanks to Marty for hosting another fun party!
She has put together some really great and creative cloche's for the party.
I'm sure you're gonna enjoy her's
as well as all the other party goer's cloche's

But before you head off to party,
please leave a comment and let me know you stopped by...
I always love your visits!



Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

How cute Sherri, Girl I love me some ginger bread men...I have my whole kitchen done every year in them...I have the one like you do with the recipe on it ha ha!! thanks for sharing....hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Kammy said...

Hi Sherri !
I love that gingerbread display - very sweet !
You have alot of pretties - I neeed to go shopping !

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Sherri,All your "cloches" are wonderful. I too love the gingerbread man tea pot. Very creative!
Next friday I am posting a recipe and decorating tips about "grown up' gingerbread men. Check it out!

The Stylish House said...

I think this was very clever of you! My camera doesn’t do well taking photos of glass, so I will remember this idea for next time. Also I like to think we arrived fashionable late to the party.
Enjoy, Cathy

Sue said...

Where in the world did you get that precious wire teapot? I love love it, Sherri!! I think your shiny brites are gorgeous- I love vintage... I also like how you topped the pomegranate/poinsettia cloche w/ the butterfly- so ingenious! hugs, Sue

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Sherri, they are all so fun and festive but I especially love the gingerbread man in the wire teapot. How cute is that??????

Just darling!

Hugs, Barb ♥

Kim @ Starshine Chic said...

I love yours!! I think I like the cloche wannabees the best. And I'm totally into gingerbread men this year. I was going to make some, but so far, haven't. Maybe by Christmas.

Melissa Miller said...

Hi Sherri! I'm waving!
I have been meaning to get by here and see you sooner but things have been so busy for me lately. ~Whew!

Your "cloches" are just perfect! I LOVE the teapot and gingerbread man idea. How adorable and creative. Lovely job on all of them!

Your new blog design looks so pretty too! Did you see my new design on my blog done by Amber? I think she does a great designing blogs. I'm thrilled!

Have a wonderful day my friend. ~Melissa :)

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Sherri, they absolutely all qualify as cloches. They are just wonderful. Your gingerbread men, vintage ornaments and your cake cloche are all just stunning. Now for someone that says they don't have a cloche, you really did awesome. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

Natasha said...

I just love your gingerbread themed display! I didn't have a real cloche either so I just made do with what I had. I love your teapot the best I think.

Best wishes, Natasha.

Shelia said...

Oh how sweet! Speaking of sweet - I love your little gingerbread men!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Oh these are so sweet. I love your falling snow
Your gingerbread are just the cutest and all the rage right now.Thank you for swinging by to say hello. Stop in any 'ole time. Would you mind sharing the website to upload it? hugs ~lynne~

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