A Cloche for Summer

I’m joining Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for her Summer Cloche Party.  I haven’t had my cloche on display since Easter and I’ve missed it.  I enjoy creating interesting displays for the changing seasons.  This vignette is on a small buffet in our dining room, a room we pass through each time we enter the house.

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In this small woodland vignette a large mushroom is surrounded by moss covered rocks and visiting the area are a rabbit and turtle.
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A vintage mushroom bowl completes the vignette.
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My grandmother had a small collection of these animals and my aunt made sure that I inherited them.  If anyone knows anything about them, I’d love to learn more.
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Be sure to visit Marty’s Summer Cloche Party at A Stroll Thru Life to see more cloche displays for summer.

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12 Comments

  1. Very sweet 🙂
    I’m pretty sure those are Wade figurines, they came free in boxes of red rose tea (I think they still do this). I have a bunch of these figurines, they are so sweet.

  2. The schroom under glass is brilliant. Adding the wee animals to the mix makes it interesting. I have always liked miniature.

  3. Hi Paula! Love your cloche display and the little mushroom is darling and I love those little tiny animals too! 🙂 Glad you brought it out!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

  4. I just love your cloche display! It is so unique and your little inherited animals are so cute 🙂

  5. How beautiful and unique cloche display. I love the mushroom and cute little animals, so cute! HAPPY CLOCHE PARTY!
    FABBY

  6. Love your style, so fresh and clean. I have a soft spot for moss. I remember little figurines similar to that that you got in your box of tea. Not sure if they are the same. 🙂 Mom had several. I am new follower! Looking forward to it.

  7. Oh I love, love, love it. How fun and what cute little rabbit and turtle. Great Mushroom vignette. Thanks tons for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

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