Go With the Glow

glimmer cloche

If you've read my Twinkly Rag Garland post, you already know that I love to keep the glimmer of the holidays all year long.  

This year while flipping through the Restoration Hardware holiday catalog I couldn't help but notice this particularly sparkly use for a glass cloche...  

restoration hardware hack

As luck would have it I had recently purchased a couple of cloches on sale at Michael's to convert into lamps, but this Restoration Hardware hack was much too easy to ignore.  So I went with the glow and made this SUPER SIMPLE glimmer light cloche.


  • Cloche found at Michaels
  • 1 inch dolls heads to be used as feet
  • glimmer strings/firefly lights (I got mine at Pier 1) 

HINT - get more light length than you think you need.  I assumed my 5 ft string would be more than enough, but I definitely have room for a lot more glimmer!

cloche supplies


  • Stain 4 dolls heads to match
  • Glue to bottom
  • Flip over and fill glass with glimmer string
  • Finished! 

Since I found all my supplies on sale, this entire project cost less than $20!

glimmer cloche