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DIY Cloche

DIY Glass Globe Cloche I know I’m late to the cloche crazy but I never really had a need for one until recently. I decided to take a whirl at propagating my lime tree after a branch was broke off after a heavy thunderstorm (more on that in a future post). 

DIY Glass Globe ClocheIn my neck of the woods you can’t purchase cloches, so ordering them online was the only way to get the four that I needed. Holy Cow those babies are expensive and way out of my budget. I figured there had to be a way to make my own on a budget, so that’s just what I did. 

Learn How to Make Your Own DIY Glass Globe Cloches for Dollar Store ItemsI picked up 4 large glass flower vases at Walmart for $2.97 each, I had the glass knob tops from a previous project (Solar Light), and also the E6000 glue. All I had to do was glue the tops to the bottom of the vase and voila’ instant DIY Glass Globe Cloches. 

DIY Glass Globe Cloche

If you want to spend even less than the $3 each price mine cost you can shop at the Dollar store for the vases. I looked there first but couldn’t find any large enough for my project, but if you’re looking to make small cloches it would be a perfect fit. 

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  1. What a great idea, Dawn – and they turned out so lovely!

  2. Kathleen G says:

    Very nice and you can make cake plates too! (Candle holders and plates) I love your table in your entry way, you have very good ideas Dawn:). Kathleen in Az

  3. I think I’ll give this a whirl! It’s not too scary 😉

    1. Lisa and it’s so cheap to do. I’m using mine right now on my tomato plants.

  4. Sari Graham says:

    What a clever idea! With all the shopping I do at Goodwill and the Dollar Store, I never thought of making cloches. I have a collection of glass drawer pulls I could use on top.

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