I had purchased this pillar candle holder when I went to the Pottery Barn Outlet back in August. It’s a good size all around to be a base for a cloche and that was my intention when I bought it.
It was just this weekend that I realized I had a vase that was put away with my Halloween decorations that would actually work as the cloche. It just needed a knob of some kind on the top, so I pulled out what I had on hand. Here are the models for you.
Round wooden ball
I decided to go with a glass knob that I had left over from when I painted my pine armoire black and changed out the original wood knobs to glass knobs. This looks the best out of the three, I think.
I used a glass adhesive because all those glass vases and candleholders that I glued together last year with other adhesives came apart! That was not fun! Now I make sure I have a glass adhesive on hand, and that was how I fixed all the other hurricanes and such I made last year.
Done! What do you think? A cloche from a vase. I love it! So next time Marty at A Stroll Thru Life has a cloche party ~ I’m ready!
Linking this post up with:
Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps On The Porch
It’s So Very Creative at It’s So Very Cheri