Jason and I have been on a bit of a spray paint binge lately. We have spray painted so many of our Hub's Place treasures and I've failed to show them all to you, so over the next couple of days, I will reveal some of our before and afters in an effort to catch you up.
First, since I've joined the blogging community, I've seen so many people create their own cloche by using a cheese dome.
Anyway, I found this cheese dome at the Salvation Army for $1.99 and I knew I was going to copy everyone in blogland when I bought it.
I also snagged a couple of the glass domes for $1 each, but they were missing the bases.
I spray painted the base with oil-rubbed bronze spray paint and now I am officially part of the chesse-dome cloche club. I know, I should really add a pedestal to it like Allison did over at House of Hepworths or Thrifty Decor Chick. I just didn't have a candlestick and I am happy with it just the way it is for now.
I'm counting myself in the club even without the pedestal. Maybe if I find a candlestick at the Salvation Army or Hub's Place, I'll take this little cloche to the next level.
I put some cheapo lemons from Tarjay in it for now because I'm paranoid about putting real fruit on a spray painted piece of wood.
See that table that the new cloche is sitting on? It's getting ready for a coat of black paint too.
Oh, and as for the domes, I am using them on plates and plate stands and I really love the look.
Are you in the cheese dome cloche club?