25 In Spring

DIY Mini Cloches For Cheap!

Today I want to share these cute little DIY mini cloches for cheap with you! Seriously, if you like these then you can make your very own for under $5. I wanted one for the longest time, but since I am also trying to use up what I have at home already, making my own version was what happened. I think right now they add the perfect Spring touch to any decor and can be used later on throughout the year holding flowers, shells, mini pumpkins, leaves you name it! Anyways, you won’t have to spend much to have a bunch of these sitting on your mantel or cabinet, where ever you like them.


DIY Mini Cloches For Cheap

What you’ll need:

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-jars of all kind  [empty jam jars, mason jars, glass bowls, vases etc. all not too slim]

wooden beads

suede string

mini wood slices

wooden coasters or plates as the base

hot glue gun


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1. Put a bit of hot glue on the suede string and twist it into the beads.


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2. Glue each bead onto a mini wood slice.


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3. Glue on top of each jar, vase or bowl.


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4. Fill with artificial greenery and put on top of a wooden coaster or plate. Voila!


DIY Mini Cloches For Cheap kreativk.net


DIY Mini Cloches For Cheap kreativk.net


DIY Mini Cloches For Cheap kreativk.net


DIY Mini Cloches For Cheap kreativk.net


DIY Mini Cloches For Cheap kreativk.net


DIY Mini Cloche For Cheap kreativk.net


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So, are you ready to make your own cute mini cloches? So easy right?



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  • Linda at Mixed Kreations
    02/04/2018 at 15:33

    These are absolutely adorable Katrin! I love how you have them displayed with the plants inside. Lovely! I am going to have to find me some cute little jars.

    • Katrin
      02/04/2018 at 19:56

      Thank you so much friend!

  • Marissa | Squirrels of a Feather
    12/03/2018 at 17:46

    Theses are absolutely gorgeous…I cannot believe that gorgeous low, round, twisted one was only 99 cents at IKEA! I am thinking to use an old kimchi jar that I have for one of these now!

    Love, love, LOVE!

    • Katrin
      13/03/2018 at 07:05

      Thank you so much Marissa!! I am happy you like these they are so easy to make!

  • Sandra L Garth
    09/03/2018 at 01:25

    This came at the right time. I’m planning a tablescape that needs more cloches than I have on hand. Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story and we hope you will join us again next week.

    • Katrin
      12/03/2018 at 21:59

      Oh that is great Sandra, I’m glad you found this helpful!! Thank you so much!

  • Jelica
    09/03/2018 at 01:15

    Katrin, I absolutely adore this DIY. It’s not only a creative way to use up those spare mason jars, but the final results are just so darn pretty! Seriously, girl, you have got all sorts of creativity going on! (I loved this project so much that I’m also featuring it at the next Sweet Inspiration Link Party. Thanks for being so inspiring!)

    • Katrin
      12/03/2018 at 21:55

      Aw Thank you so so much Jelica, that is so sweet of you to say and Thank you for the feature yay!

  • Jenny
    05/03/2018 at 20:07

    What a wonderful idea and it’s a beautiful decoration. It’s something you can redecorate every season and it will be so much fun to choose different things to go inside. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday!

    • Katrin
      06/03/2018 at 20:13

      Thanks so much Jenny!

  • Debrashoppeno5
    04/03/2018 at 13:38

    These are so precious. I love every detail that you have thought of. Plus I am in the “use what you have group”. It is a great upcycle.

    • Katrin
      06/03/2018 at 07:14

      Aw Thanks so much Debra!!

  • Heidi
    03/03/2018 at 16:59

    These are wonderful! I am going to try this, thanks for sharing this idea.

    • Katrin
      06/03/2018 at 07:14

      Thanks so much Heidi!

  • Keri Roberts
    03/03/2018 at 16:02

    Katrin, these cloche are so cute!! What a clever idea to add the handle to the tops! They look fantastic!!

  • Michelle Leslie
    03/03/2018 at 09:21

    Wow Katrin, love how they turned out. We’ve just made a fairy garden cloche from a broken wine glass but I do wish I’d seen you’re post earlier. I struggled to figure out how to make the base for the cloche and the wood slices would have been so perfect.

    • Katrin
      06/03/2018 at 07:08

      Thanks Michelle, wood slices come in real handy, hey?? I can’t wait to see your fairy garden!!!

  • Ellen
    01/03/2018 at 15:05

    I know that I am repetitive when I say…YOU are the absolute Kween of Kreativity! You take a glue gun, a few materials and come up with another klever kreation. I have all of the elements needed to make this, and yet, it would never occur to me to put them all together. These cloches are too cute and look lovely with the large wood slice. Thank-you!

    • Katrin
      02/03/2018 at 21:25

      Oh I love to hear it over and over, lol! No, seriously, Ellen, Thanks for your always encouraging words, they mean a lot! Wishing you a lovely weekend!

  • Julia - Vintage with Laces
    01/03/2018 at 10:53

    That’s another great upcycle project, Katrin! Your cloches are beautiful eye-catchers and can be used all year round. I love the leather and bead knobs you created for them.

    • Katrin
      02/03/2018 at 21:24

      I really like projects that can be used for more than one occasion and season Julia and yes, these are the perfect fit. Thanks friend <3

  • Ardith
    28/02/2018 at 18:17

    Hi Katrin, these cool cloches are a very clever invention. You have amazing creativity. Cheers, Ardith

    • Katrin
      02/03/2018 at 21:23

      Thanks so much Ardith, that means a lot!

  • Mary-The Boondocks Blog
    28/02/2018 at 15:56

    Katrin, I love the little top you have made for your cloches. Such a clever idea and also so simple to make. They are really adorable.

    • Katrin
      02/03/2018 at 21:22

      They were the easiest to make and so so cheap too. Thanks Mary!!