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Ghostly Cloche

Haunting is my top priority!

I have been super busy lately and my crafty space has been emptied out this weekend to make room for a new floor in my basement.  It was nice to just create something for no reason other than I love Halloween. before everything was boxed up.  My daughter and I were in IKEA a few weeks ago and she grabbed the Cloche saying I had to make something cool with it.  On it...

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I cut a removable base so I can reuse the Cloche for other seasons.  This made it easy to build a spooky little scene.

It came with a brassy base so a little added slate alcohol ink gives it more of a rustic look instead of shiny brass.
I have a little bin full of body parts.

I have this littler glass knob...pull?  Anyway I attached it to the top of the glass dome.
A little candy corn tree, pumpkins and a spider.

I used the stringy bits left by my trust hot glue gun for a spider web covering all the creepy layers.  
I bent my word band to fit the base and tied off with some …
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