When I put my winter "snow globe" together last year I didn't really plan on changing it out for the seasons the way I have.
Pinterst is a constant source of inspiration and it got me again this summer when I saw this butterfly cloche from Martha Stewart. And since we have a strong love of butterflies at our house I knew it would be a perfect project to try out.
For example, we had a Monarch butterfly for Halloween last year....
A Butterfly Party this spring....
And of course checking out the real thing at a butterfly garden is a favorite.
This brings me back to that butterfly cloche from Martha and why I just had to recreate it.
I also used a few pieces of tree bark to lay around the bottom and cover the hole in the middle since my base is an old clock. I loved this display and was sad to see it go but fall is here and it was time for a change.
After carefully pulling the butterflies off and before throwing the sticks away I tried out a black bird that we had in our fall/Halloween bin just to see....
Me and my little helper liked him there so I added a pumpkin and left a couple of the rocks and tree bark and called it done. Now that is what I call an easy fall decoration.
Sharing this post with Young House Love for the spring pinterst challenge.