DIY Glass Cloche – save money and make your own glass cloche to display treasures on a table or in a bookshelf! A Gorgeous, easy, AFFORDABLE decor idea for your home, for parties and wedding receptions!
You know how expensive glass display cloches are to buy right? The ones at Restoration Hardware sell for $79 and more! Let’s save our cash and make our own for less!!
Today I’m showing you how to make your own DIY Glass Cloche to display your cherished objects – from a thrift store cheese cloche!
Easy, Affordable DIY Glass Cloche
Decorating my home with Thrift Store find is one thing I absolutely love to do! I love to save money, love to breathe life into second hand items and I love to create one of a kind decor pieces for my home!
This is also a fabulous idea for weddings and parties too! Make a bunch up for wedding reception and party tables to save on your wedding and party bills!
Recently I found this cheese cloche at my local thrift store and gave the stained wood a stylish black and white Chalky Finish Paint makeover!
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Supplies for DIY glass cloche:
- Chalky Finish Paint – Everlasting
- Chalky Finish Paint – Relic
- 1 inch flat artist’s brush
- Cheese cloche
- Remove the glass dome and set aside.
- Give the wooden base of the cloche 2 coats of Chalky Finish paint in ‘Everlasting’ with a 1 inch flat artist’s brush. Let dry completely between coats.
- If you want to you can paint the middle of the cloche with a band of Relic Chalky Finish Paint like I did. Let dry completely.
- Add glass dome back on top.
I love how this glass display cloche turned out! I added a boxwood sphere under the glass dome for a pop of gorgeous green! I’m really crushing on emerald green right now and this boxwood cloche is a great way to add pops of green throughout my home.
There are so many places in your home that you can display this diy glass cloche: On a side table, a bedroom dresser, a kitchen island, a bookshelf, as a dining table centerpiece or on a buffet table!
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