Top Eight Posts For 2021

Grapevine and flower pot wreath

I can’t believe 2021 is coming to a close. The time seems to fly by, does it seem that way to you too?

Cloches & Lavender had a productive 2021.

By the way, I share full tutorials for all these projects!

Number 8

My moss wreath, is an easy and fun project to make for spring. I love moss! Do you love it too!

Best thing about this wreath?   I look forward to hanging this in a new spot for 2022.

moss wreath

Easy Moss Wreath

Number 7

Chalk painting pumpkins and adding real stems.  This is a great post to see how to make those inexpensive pumpkins look real.  Adding real stems to these fake pumpkins is a game changer.

chalk painted pumpkins

Chalk Painting Fake Pumpkins

Number 6

These tree toppers are easy to make!  The cost of these made me decide, hey, I can make these myself. 

tree topper
tree topper

Tree Toppers

Number 5

Here is a moss covered vase.  Again, I’m sharing my love of moss.

moss covered vase

Moss Covered Vase

Number 4

Here, this grapevine wreath was a blast and creative.  Using inexpensive garlands and aging flower pots is easy for this project.  And I love how this pops on our black front door!

grapevine wreath

Make This Grapevine Wreath

Number 3

Here’s my plate wreath project.  As you may notice, I enjoy making different wreaths. 

plate wreath

Plate Wreath

Number 2

If you follow Cloches & Lavender, you know how I adore dried oranges.  Incidentally, the best part, this wreath is great from fall through Christmas.

orange wreath

Dried Orange Wreath

And Number 1

Dried orange slices and whole Clementine. Here, you will see all the details to make these and it’s easy!

I’m getting ideas for 2022 Christmas already to use dried oranges!

dried oranges
dried oranges
whole clementine

Dried Orange Slices and Clementine

With 2022 around the corner, I am planning my calendar and new ideas. 

A few furniture pieces need updating with paint. And I will be sharing these in 2022. By the way, I love painting and aging furniture.

Here is a project I tackled this year. The transformation is truly amazing. I hope you take the time to take a look!

painted cabinet

Making A Cabinet New

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Have a Happy and Safe New Year!

Additional Projects For Inspiration!

Hazelnut wreath

Hazelnut Wreath

pinecone wreath

Pinecone Wreath

moss balls

Moss Grapevine Balls

Tuesday Turn About

Wonderful Wednesday

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

33 thoughts on “Top Eight Posts For 2021

  1. I love the dried citrus! I can see why that was number one. I also really adore those cute, chalk paint pumpkins. Happy new year!

  2. You had an amazing year, Cindy! The dried orange wreath is one of my favorite things you’ve created. Happy New Year!

  3. Late to the party but trying to catch up on all the wonderful holiday posts. And, it’s never too early to start planning for next Christmas! Love and remember all these projects. I’m so inspired to make dried orange slices next year. I’ll pin your post for reference. xo

  4. So excited to see so many of my favorite projects make this list, Cindy! You are truly talented and it shows with each and every project. I can’t wait to follow along on all your adventures this year as well. I know it’s going to be amazing. Sending you lots of hugs for a year filled with all good things, CoCo.

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