Saturday, June 20, 2020

Another Rose Cloche

Beauty and the Beast

  A year ago I shared this post where I upcyled an old dome clock into a Beauty and the Beast inspired rose cloche.  I'm adding on to the theme with another cloche, this time solidly filled with fat red roses, check it out:


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Beauty and the Beast

I found this really large cloche at Goodwill for $5.99 and snapped it up!  I wasn't sure at first how I would use it, but I really liked how my first rose cloche turned out and wanted to complement it somehow.

Beauty and the Beast
Red Roses

I have had this stash of red roses forever after finding them attached to a wreath at a garage sale.  I wasn't interested in the wreath at all but for only .25 (yes, one quarter) I bought the wreath just for the roses! 😁

The roses are really well made, large in size and with rich coloring.  It was one of those cases where they were too perfect to use and I loved just having them available... so never ended up doing anything with them.  But sitting in a bin was just a waste of their beauty, so why not 'store' them in a cloche?  This way I'm using them in my decor, but also not using them, see? They are kind of just still in storage if you think about it.  Now I can feel like I'm using them but also enjoy them 😉

Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast

I spray painted the wooden base gold and stuffed the interior with my fabric roses.

On it's own, the rose stuffed cloche looks a bit weird...

Beauty and the Beast

...but paired with my single rose it makes a nice set.
And that's how I put together my second rose cloche.

Tell me fellow crafters; do you use all of your supplies or is some of your stash really just for decorating your craft space?  I would love to see pics!


I hope you enjoyed this home decor post, thanks for stopping by!


© Studio 27 by Jennifer Adams 2020


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  1. That looks really cool! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Jennifer, Your cloche is adorable. I love upcycle ideas. I have one such project in the queue too. Thank you so much for linking at Meraki Link Party. Hope to see you again this week.

    1. Can't wait to see what you come up with for your cloche! :)