Thursday, September 10, 2009

Autumn Cloche Party...

BOO.... to You!





78 comments:

  1. Now this is just too cute. What a fun idea. Very creative. I love the scull and the boo is wonderful. Thank you so much for participating in the party. This is such great fun. Hugs, Marty

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  2. I love, love, love it!!! You never disappoint! What a fun, simple cloche...great for the halloween season....now where do I find a skull :-)

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  3. Too funny girl..and I'm already a follower of yours...Happy Cloche day to you....hugs and smiles Gl♥ria ps come by some time and see my antiques we have that in common...

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  4. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and this year I am living large!

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  5. Scary. :-/ Now you have us wondering what else is up your sleeve...

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  6. Oh, these made me laugh! And want to start crafting and finding more Halloween cuties! This was adorable!
    Brenda

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  7. Now that's just too cute!
    I started to do Halloween, but just didn't want to face all the boxes in the basement!! I'm glad you did it...I love it!
    Rhonda

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  8. Too cute!!! Way to put your own spin on things.

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  9. what a great combo of funky stuff! Love the final outcome...gotta go find me a cloche! :o} *elaine*

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  10. Very cute ... I love that you put the hats on the heads in the pictures - that is a great look!

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  11. Very clever! Enjoyed your fun party. Gets me in the mood for pulling out some fall decorations. Thanks for sharing. ~ Sarah

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  12. Boo! :) Oh, how cute is this? I love how you've decorated your cloches.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  13. Every skull needs a hairbrush :) And I bet those people never wore fun hats like that when they were alive. Okay, I'll bite..I'm #422 :) Fun post!

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  14. very fun although maybe not for your tomatoes: i think they are in a torture chamber! {lol}

    xo

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  15. these cloches are all so creative & FUN!

    aside note: i envy your treasure trove of floral frogs...i've been looking at thrift stores for months and just can't seem to luck up on one with the metal spikes...glass holes won't cut it! :)

    please keep sharing your creepy, creative ideas..i am totally inspired!xo

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  16. These are fabulous, Joan. Thanks so much for the inspiration.

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  17. What fun! I'm loving how creative you got. The frogs, tomatoes, old pics. Eye candy. ~Mindy

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  18. Okay this is amazing. Im nuts over the skull!!! Helloooo Country Living...visit Joan!!!

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  19. Your arrangements are so pretty. I love what you have done for the cloche party! It's so original and creative.

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  20. This is great I love it...yes I do...I am having a give away, sure hope you can stop over...
    xoxo
    Julie

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  21. These are wonderful. What fun decorations!

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  22. Oh Sweetie. I just love these. They are absolutely precious. I love the skeleton one the best. He won't be needing his brush anymore will he? Thanks for sharing. Please stop by and see what the cloches that I made. You will love the first one. Country hugs, Sherry

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  23. Hi Joan...

    BOOOO!!! Hehe! Love all of your old photographs and how you embellished them!!! Girl, I need to get me some of those old floral frogs so I can display some of my old...old family photos! I love that look! Great ideas here!!! Thanks for sharing them with us today!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari

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  24. what a terrific showing!! Man, the bottle with the cloth is awesome. Last year my GT science dude had to make an Iodine angel and we bought the jar of it and used gauze and the iodine circle chart for the halo. :P

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  25. Hi Joan

    Thats cute and thanks for sharing it with us. Have a nice weekend.

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  26. You outdid yourself! These spooky cloches are so lovely... the floral frogs are just charming under there!

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  27. Oh love your cloches, they are great fun, ---and beautifull as well. Have been following you for a while, ans love what you are doing. THANKS

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  28. Hey you creaive blogger you!!

    Sorry to say, contest for crystals is over, and i had not thought about selling them,
    but, good news!

    I will gladly sell some to you.
    Anyone else want some??

    How about 3/$1.00. (plus shipping).
    Maybe $5.00 minimum so it is worth going to PO?? Or is that more than you want?
    What do you think??

    Blessings
    barbara jean

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  29. Oh..........I'm all for Spooky!!! I love Halloween. Y'know, I'm gonna have to go check it all out from your link. Thanks for sharing. And I love the skull...that is just too cool for words!!! BOO!!!



    My show n tell is posted if you'd like to stop by today...it's my dining room centerpiece I made for Autumn! [with mouseover captions]

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  30. Shoot, I wish I'd have stopped by sooner, I would have loved to join the party. I love your cloche and your blog, so I just became a follower.

    If you have time, please stop by The Old Parsonage, I love company.

    Enjoy your day!
    Leann

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  31. Ahh geez Joan, you amaze me every time! These are my favorite cloches that I've seen today! Not only are the cloches great, but I like the old photos in the background. You think of it all!
    Have a great weekend!

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  32. Hey Joan,
    The owls are gnarly, old, old andirons, they are resting on the urns, inside cool metal rings...
    I thought the owls would be perfect for a Fall show!
    Barb C.

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  33. Joan, this is great....so creative!!

    Barb :-)

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  34. Joan, You are one Scaaaaaaaaaaary Chick! Love the creativity you used making up these cloches. So Fun!!
    :-) Sue

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  35. Those are so funny! I love the little hats on the antique pics and the skull with the hairbrushes made me laugh out loud! Thank you for sharing!!!

    Kristine

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  36. I am in love with everything you create! beautiful once again. you inspire to create something different.

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  37. So cute. I'm always looking for ways to use my old photos. This is fantastic! Hope you'll visit with me, too.

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  38. So cute and very creative! I enjoyed dropping by from Show and Tell.

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  39. Those are awesome and really creative. I really need to get out some fall decorations, but it's still 90 here. I'm trying to get in the mood. Thanks for the inspiration. Maybe I can find the time on Sunday.

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  40. I adore what you have done! I am waiting for halloween but i AM TOTALLY going to do a skull head in a cloche or pedestal cloche diplay. I love what you did with the old portraits. There is totally something spooky about old time photos. Thanks for sharing!

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  41. Wow! That is so tasty and original. I like your cloches very much.

    Have a nice weekend,
    Val

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  42. Very cute, and creative! Thank you for sharing. Have a lovely weekend!

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  43. Well Joan, I see that you figured it out. Now what were you worried about? Its fab! Your'e fab....life is fab. Apparently I'm not having a hot flash at the moment.LOL ;-)

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  44. So clever and creative! Thank you for stopping by and leaving the nice comment!

    Hope your weekend goes well!

    Bill

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  45. Spooky indeed. I like the bases you used for each :0)

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  46. So much spookilicious fun over here! (spellcheck says there is so such word as spookilicious...lol )
    come for a visit. ~ :)

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  47. Joan,

    This is cute and clever. Love it!

    xoxo
    Jane

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  48. Those are fabulous! So much fun!

    Note to self, need more floral frogs!

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  49. What a spooktakular way to decorate for Halloween!

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  50. Hey Joan
    Love your cloches!!! Love it... I really want to see the fantastic photo behind them too! xx Julie

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  51. LOVE them! Super spooky...thanks for sharing!

    Chelsea

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  52. super spooky! hehehe.. and cute display too! thanks for sharing

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  53. Great arrangements for Halloween and unique use of the cloches. Especially like the orange tickets around the base with the tiny tomatoes.

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  54. Hi Joan...

    Thank you so much for hooking up with Sunday Favorites today, my friend! I really enjoyed your darling autumn/halloween cloches!!! You're such a creative and talented lady! Love your use of the olden photos...but I think I told you that in my comment the other day! Hehe! I still would like to find some of those old florist frogs...aren't they awesome for displaying photos? Love them!!!

    Have a super Sunday, my friend!
    Chari

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  55. These are too cute and so creative! Thanks for sharing.

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  56. I'm especially loving the brushes. That is just so cool! They all look wonderful!

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  57. OMG!! How very cool and creative!!!

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  58. I'm not a halloween-decorator but I love whimsical. SO funny and cute! Love them!

    They'd be a great addition to the Fall Festival too! ;)

    Roeshel

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  59. Joan - I really LOVE your ideas! Thank you so much for adding it to the Fall Festival! I'm inspired to redo my apothecary jars for fall - I wasn't going to bother but now, I can' t wait to get started!

    Thanks for the motivation!

    Roeshel

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  60. That looks awesome-such inspiration. I hope you will post it to my Celebrate the Holidays party on Wed.
    Cheri

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  61. I love the hats on the pics. What a fun idea!

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  62. Absolutely it counts,thanks for posting.

    Cheri

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  63. I forgot to ask you to add my button to your post.

    I am going to go ahead and feature you tomorrow morning as one of my favorites but I need to you to add that in.

    Thanks,
    Cheri
    You can grab the "I've been featured" button and post it on your side bar.

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  64. You've been featured-check out what I had to say about you.

    Cheri

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  65. Cute and not too scary ;-)--ah cloche--I keep forgetting how to spell it!>? But I will have to get one at some time!!

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  66. Oh, how clever of you with your cloches! These are really very cute
    Happy First Day of Fall,
    Shelia;)

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  67. I'm not much for spooky but your cloches are very creative!

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  68. Those are totally FABULOUS! I love the idea of keeping all that scarey under glass!

    Karen
    My Desert Cottage

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  69. Happy Autumn! You are amazing! These are so cute I can't take it! Awesome job!

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  70. Very creative cloches ! You have such style !
    Kammy

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  71. Hey! Just wanted to let you know I gave you a shout out! Pop over and grab a button! :)

    Thanks so much for sharing your creativity!

    Roeshel

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