"Closh"? "Cloooooosh"? "Cluch"? Tell me that you've never wondered what the appropriate pronunciation of "cloche" was. It's one of those weird words that people all say differently and you never really want to say aloud because you are afraid you might be saying it wrong. Well let's set the record straight. It is "cloche" with a long "o" and a SH at the end. Thing the word "close", with a SHHHHH -- get it?
Alright. Problem #2 with cloches? What to put in them! Did you know a typical cloche is used in gardening? Serving as little mini-greenhouses, the traditional cloche extends the planting season earlier in spring and late into the fall. Bring them inside however, and they are the perfect little decor addition. Still the problem...what to put in them!
Well, it is safe to say that almost anything you plop under a cloche will look cuter and prettier. ...but why stop with plopping the cloche over some little tchotky? Why not fill the cloche to bursting?
I wonder how these festive pipe cleaners would look all curled up and twisted under a cloche?