Monday, October 31, 2011

Fall Cloche Party

Hello, Dear Ones! I wanted to join Marty for her Cloche Party and thank her for hosting this most fun event!

I'm still trying to get well from this nasty upper respiratory infection! Meds had been taken but I still fell yucky! I hate to feel bad!! Ugh!!

Anyway...

This little bird topped wired cloche sits on a table in the entry. I've so enjoyed this little set up and smile each time I pass! :)


Here is a cloche display in the living room!


I know most of you have seen this one ~ a little corner in my kitchen!

I have many more cloches but just didn't have the time to get them all out! Now make sure you visit Marty's blog A Stroll Thru Life to see the most clochiest creative ones.

Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song~

Tis Autumn

Old Father time checked, so there'd be no doubt;
Called on the North wind to come on out,
Then cupped his hands so proudly to shout,
“La-di-dah di-dah-di-dum, ‘tis autumn!'

Trees say they're tired, they've born too much fruit;
Charmed on the wayside, there's no dispute.
Now shedding leaves, they don't give a hoot –
La-di-dah di-dah-di-dum, ‘tis autumn!

Then the birds got together to chirp about the weather
Mmmm-mmm-mmm-mmm.
After makin' their decision, in birdie-like precision,
Turned about, and made a beeline to the south.

My holding you close really is no crime –
Ask the birds and the trees and old Father Time.
It's just to help the mercury climb.
La-di-dah di-dah-di-dum, ‘tis autumn.
~ sung by Nat King Cole



64 comments:

  1. Beautiful Sheila, I love the one with the yellow flowers. Have a great day!

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  2. I love all your decorating touches! Feel better. xo

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  3. I'm sorry you're not feeling well. I'm not feeling all that well either thanks to my grandbabies! Your fall cloches are beautiful and I love the one in your kitchen. I've seen it before but I enjoyed seeing it again.

    Take care and hope you feel better soon.

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  4. How pretty! I love the little vignette in the corner of your kitchen!! The Hunts can is adorable!!

    I hope you feel better soon!

    XO,
    Jane

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  5. Those are all very pretty. Why is it things just look prettier under a cloche?

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  6. What a pretty display of your cloches Shelia. My fave is the wire topped with a little bird...cute! I sure hope you feel much better.
    -marie

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  7. Sheila your cloches are lovely. I love the little kitchen vignette! And I'm sorry you are still under the weather. I hope you will be all better very soon.

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  8. Your cloche's and vignettes look wonderful, I love the way you have put them together. You are so creative, sweet lady. And I do hope you get to feeling better, real soon!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  9. Shelia I am sorry to hear your not feeling well, hope you feel better soon:) LOVE LOVE that wire cloche! The whole vignette is beautiful! Martina

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  10. Great cloches, Sheila! That Hunt's can is just the cutest thing!

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  11. I wish you to get well. My son has this and can't get over it. Nice decor. Trish

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  12. Best cloche ever -- the tomato can! You are SO funny and I always ALWAYS feel better after a visit to Note Songs.
    Happy Halloween!
    Cass
    PS feel better soon, my dear. It's lousy to feel ICK.

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  13. Hi Shelia,
    Just love your pretty display cloche.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  14. Shelia,
    Hope you're feeling some better!
    Your cloches are just darling! I so enjoyed your kitchen cloche...Sunflowers in a veggie can...you are so cleaver and creative! Your NoteSong...Tis Autumn, I wasn't familar with; however...I am familar with Nat King Cole. I soloed "Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire" or "The Christmas Song" my senior year in High School. Thanks for the memories and do take good care of yourself, dear friend!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  15. You sure do decorate well even when your sick!
    I love the cloches Sheila, and I like the tomato can under the one, so bright and cheery!
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  16. Happy Halloween you sweet note song, you. Richard from My Old Historic House.

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  17. Sheila darling if I were near I would be happy to be your nurse and take good care of you but I know your hubs is doing that. That tomato can just makes me smile. It is brilliant. hugs♥Olive

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  18. Shelia, I just love all of your cloches! They just make me smile! Love the one in your kitchen!! It's so cheery!! Hope you feel better soon! Take care of yourself!

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  19. Each of your cloches is special but the one with the bright yellow flowers would make me happy on a dreary day. Hope the meds get that ole bug and sweet Shelia will feel perky very soon!!------Shannon

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  20. Shelia, You bring such excitement to your decor ... it is ALWAYS fantabulous! So warm, inviting & colorful. Love the cloches & vignettes.

    BOO-T-ful Halloween wishes
    TTFN ~
    Hugs & love,
    Marydon

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  21. Oh
    Shelia, I so hope you are feeling better soon. You have been sick way too long. I will continue to keep you in prayer.

    Love your wire cloche and the bird is perfect, such a pretty vignette. Your pumpkin one is so pretty too and you know that I think the tomato can and daisies is just the cutest thing. Love them all. Thanks for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

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  22. hi ms. sheila,
    i adore your work...the bird cloche is my favorite! how wonderful!
    blessings,
    rebecca

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  23. The tomatoes can is a very unique and cute idea.

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  24. Beautiful as always Shelia!!! I love the tomato can with the yellow flowers so much!!! Hope you get to feeling better!!!

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  25. Nice cloches and beautiful vignettes, Shelia. Hope you feel better soon!..Christine

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  26. Oh my Sheila, my favorite is the one with the flowers in the Hunt's tomato can! That is so cheerful & so cute...I'm gonna copy it!!!!

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  27. Sheila -- you always have such fun cloche cuteness!

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  28. I love it! Love the wire cloche.Thanks for sharing, Joann

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  29. Your cloches are beautiful! I don't have one, but I'll be glad to see more of them at Marty's blog.
    I hope you feel much better soon.
    Happy Halloween!

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  30. What pretty cloches!Lovely pumpkins. Gorgeous colours. Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  31. Shelia, you are so clever! What a unique vignette in that corner of your kitchen! I love that Hunts can, it's just too cute! I'm so sorry you are still feeling bad, take care sweetie!

    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  32. You have done very well to get so much Autumnal decorating done considering how poorly you are! What a dedicated blogger you are sweet Sheila!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  33. Well, for feeling under the weather, you sure have some beautiful cloches. My favorite is the rooster vignette with the tomato can, so cute. That wire cloche is very creative too.

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  34. Hi Shelia!
    Your cloches look wonderful! I love them... so much fun to play with.

    Prayers are with you for recovery from your illness. Get plenty of rest ... the holidays are coming and you've got to be feelin' good!

    Blessings & hugs, Sherry

    ps I love Nat King Cole

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  35. Sheila,
    you always do the most unique and attractive displays. Love the roo an tomato can cloche ..

    get well sweetie cause we love ya..

    xoxo
    Sonny

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  36. Hope you are feeling better each day Sheila. I smiled at the kitchen cloche~love the tomatoe can!

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  37. Sheila, my dear, your cloches are lovely! Very nice touches for your home. The Hunt's can used as a vase, is a delightful idea! Thanks for sharing and I hope you have a lovely day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  38. Just so pretty, Shelia.

    Hope you feel better.

    xoBarb

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  39. Feel better soon Sheila. I adore your decorated cloches. They are all so lovely. I am partial to the wire cloche. I have 1 wrought iron bird one and a rooster cloche. I see so many beautiful cloches, I need to hunt them down. Take care.

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  40. Hi Sheila. also just cauht a nasty cold. Hope you get better soon. Your cloches are de lovely and love the song!

    Veronica
    Tassels Twigsa and Tastebuds

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  41. Hope you get to feeling better soon. I love the Hunts can with the sunny daisies!

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  42. I love how you've used cloches throughout your house! Very pretty.
    Feel better soon.
    Barb

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  43. Oh I hope you feel beter soon! I love the roosters best but they are all delightful. Won't you come by my blog and post a comment on my Thanksgiving dilemma? Jennifer

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  44. Hope you feel better Sheil, keep going...

    I love the simplicity you made in your decos. So elegant.

    TY a mill for the inspirations (at least, for me, from nowhere).

    Greetings from Stockholm,
    /chie

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  45. Such nice fall touches. I haven't hear that tune by Nat but going to go out and find it so I can listen to it.

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  46. What a fun post... right down to the poem! I loved your cloche ideas! I'll be experimenting with some of your ideas I'm sure. Hope you're feeling better!

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  47. I hope you feel better, Shelia !! Your cloches are beautiful and full of Fall goodness !!

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  48. My sweet friend your cloches are great, I specially love the one with the yellow flowers. Just lovely. Lots of hugs and happy cloche party at Marty's. Hugs, FABBY

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  49. Oh and hope you feel better too, I'm also under the weather myself with horrible allergies and the worse are my eyes, they itch and cry all the time now I'm under medication, I hope you are too.
    Love, FABBY

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  50. Hi Shelia *hugs*
    I am sorry to hear you are still feeling yucky...now that is not the way to be. You just take good care of yourelf so that you can get all better real soon.

    I like your fall arrangements...they would make me smile too. The flowers in the Hunt's can are so dear.

    feel good...
    Judi

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  51. I have ONE of those cloche's and once I had two but broke one all to pieces. I was so upset..decided they were too delicate...but now I want another one.
    Your Cloche's are always gorgeous...as is every single thing you do. :)
    I am sorry to hear you still are not up to par. Stay warm..I fear those infections..only had one of those once..but it's horrible.
    So...you will get well soon. Right?
    LOve and hugs!
    Mona

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  52. I still love the one with the Hunt's can and yellow flower - the color pops, just so pretty. I must find me a wire one. Hope you feel better soon.

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  53. Well, Your cloche's and vignettes look wonderful, the way you have put them together is interesting. You are so creative, And I hope you get to feeling better, real soon!

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  54. Sheila, they're all fun, but my favorite is the one with the can of tomatoes in the kitchen along with roosters! Hope you are well.
    Helen

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  55. Beautiful cloches! Love the one with the flowers. I hope you get feeling better soon!
    Michele

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  56. Gosh Sheila, they are just perfect. I must get a cloche. I can't believe I don't have one. Hope you feel better and your evening is grand. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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  57. Your cloches are just fabulous!!!

    Hope you are better very soon! Rest up! :)

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  58. Hi Shelia! I see a yellow and bright holiday decors. I love it, it's a unique and beautiful diversion from red and green.

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  59. I adore your flowers in the tomato can..my kinda decorating.:))

    Your story of the library becoming a place to eat reminded ME of a place in Little Rock that my brother took me too, once. It, too, had shelves filled with books .....:))
    xo bj

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  60. Lovely vignettes! You sure do create the sweetest places in your home :)

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  61. Shelia- My favorite will always be the one with the flowers in the tomato can! So homey.... My grandmother used to plant things in her coffee cans!
    ♥ Sue

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  62. Love that wire cloche! All of them are pretty!
    I couldn't play this time, we had a big storm last weekend and we lost power. I am cloche impaired anyway!
    Hope you feel better soon!

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  63. Shelia, I'm so sorry you are not feeling well. Hope you are better very soon. I love that vignette on the table in your entry. What an inviting scene for visitors. I've always loved your Hunt's can vase. laurie

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  64. Hello Shelia, I wish you the best.
    Melvin

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I'm so pleased you would come to see me and so please leave me a comment and I'll do my very best to respond back to you. Be a sweetie...Shelia :)