Monday, July 23, 2012

Coastal Cloche

The sofa table was tweaked for
a coastal cloche.

I tucked a large conch shell  (it has a history)
 under a cloche with a marble base.

And added some pearls and beads for
 a little hint of sunken treasure.

Another shell and a couple of
starfish are enough to complete the look.
Of course, now I'm thinking it needs a  lot 
more  pearls and beads.  I can see
more tweaks coming.

Tweak, Tweak.......
Until next time, Honey

Linking to:
Cloche Party at A Stroll Thru Life
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at Coastal Charm
 Inspiration Friday  At The Picket Fence


  1. The conch shell is lovely Honey. I so love cloches.

  2. Honey ~ I loved the cloche and I especially love the beads and pearls. Yes, add some more pearls tweak, tweak. Such fun to play

  3. The combination of pearls and the conch shell is lovely!!
    Mary Alice

  4. LOVE it...the sunken treasure pearls is an adorable idea!
    Visitng from the Cloche party today.
    Seaside Rose Creations

  5. Hello Honey,
    LOVE your shell and sunken treasures cloche! Being an Island gal, anything pertaining to the water appeals to me. Thank you for visiting me and have a splendid week.


  6. Gorgeous. That shell is stunning. So beautiful and your vignette is wonderful. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

  7. You may want to make more tweaks but I'm telling you it's fabulous. Love the shell and such a pretty cloche! Hugs, Linda

  8. Your cloche looks so nice with the pretty shells and pearls.

  9. I love the seashells and with pearls too....cannot have too many in my opinion, they are perfections from the sea.....glad to see how much you appreciate them too. blessings, lady

  10. Gorgeous sea shells and pearls under such lovely cloches! Great vignette. Happy Cloche Party.

  11. Very pretty, Honey! Is that also a piece of driftwood I see off to the side?

    1. It is made from a type of seaweed harvested under water in the Philippines.
      It is dried, twisted into shapes and baked to hold it's shape.
      This one is mounted on a stand.

  12. Hello Honey...Your cloche is quite charming. Susan

  13. Hi Honey! Oh, I love your pretty beachy themed cloche! Beautiful shells.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  14. I think that pearls are a natural with shells... I just never thought of them before! Thanks for sharing your beautiful ideas. :) Your such a crafty lady! :)


  15. How lovely - I love anything with a seaside theme and this is particularly elegant.

  16. What a whimsical setting you have, dear Honey.

    Feels so summer by the sea §;-) how I wish our weather in Sweden is more sunny and summery. It's been raining the whole summer.

    Love your style, lady.

    Hope you have a great day and enjoy the rest of your blissful week.

    Hugs from Latvia's capital city Riga, where I am having an R&R

  17. We used to pull these shells off the side of the bulkheads when I was a kid living in Florida. Beautiful under glass and love the pearls : o ) Very pretty!

  18. Love this. I am really cloche impared and I love it when someone else post a beauty. This is so lovely and I just adore the shell, the pearls were the perfect touch. Thanks for sharing, Ginger

  19. How beautiful! I love a cloche and long for the sea, so it's a perfect combination in my book!


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