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Use a glass cloche to make a beautiful and long-lasting Valentine's Day present.

Vintage Glitter Cloche by Julia Monroe, via Flickr

kind of a cute idea instead of a snow globe, not that I'm going to do it...

Rhonna Farrer. Love this idea! I could do this using one of the little village pieces I've been seeing at all the thriftshops popping up. Would put in some of the fake snow and maybe a little village person or two from the dollar store. Closer to Christmas maybe add a little tree out in the front or a santa sleigh and reindeer on the roof.

I have several of these cloches, this would be a lovely way to use them.

Vintage Reindeer Glass Christmas Cloche - Adorable. Now if I could just find a reindeer statue that would fit into a cloche.

Christmas cloche- I am making these for Christmas gifts. I collect vintage ornaments, bottle brush trees, etc, and you don't even need to have a cloche, you can use any wide mouth clean jar with a lid. I spray paint the lid silver, and it just turns out so cute. More pictures to follow! Thanks, Cottage Comforts!

Tiered Storage Create a bath compote to organize small bottles and grooming tools. Adhere a candlestick to the middle of a dinner plate, then top the candlestick with a coordinating salad plate. Use clear-drying ceramic glue for best results.

Fleur de lis figurine under a bell jar/cloche

This is an example of a cloche. Cloche means bell in French. I believe a cloche was originally referred to as a small glass dome used to force plants to bloom (like a mini green house). But in decor terms, it's usually a display (raised on a stand) under glass. I learn something new every day! :)