Decorative Clock Face

Gina from The Shabby Creek Cottage shares at The Graphics Fairy – DIY how she created a decorative clock face using a round tabletop she found on the side of the road. For this project, Gina used a carbon paper method to transfer the number outlines and then simply painted them in. Of course, I love that this is a rescue! Isn’t it amazing how just some paint can turn an item destined for the landfill into a decorative piece for your home?

Pottery Barn Imitation Clock Face Art

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Beach Wall Shadowboxes

Charlie from Attempting Aloha created these shadowboxes with various beach items reminiscent of their home in Hawaii. (Jealous? Yes, me too.) I am all about a home being about the people who live in it, so I love the fact that this decor has some sentimental meaning. Charlie’s original inspiration was from the Shell Shadowbox […Read More]

Large French Clock

Desiree from Camelot Art Creations made this 3-foot clock using a pallet she pulled from a dumpster. Talk about resourceful! After a bit of painting and distressing, she added barn hinges for the clock hands. Best of all, this big ol’ clock cost Desiree only $3.78 to make! Desiree’s original inspiration came from the 5-Foot […Read More]

Ink Drawn Clock

Patty from Nuestras Aventuras en Texas hand drew this design on foam board to create this modern clock for her son’s bedroom. The funky black and white graphics are perfect for a teenage boy’s room!   Her original inspiration came from CB2’s Fresh Ink Clock which retails for $269.00. Head to Nuestras Aventuras en Texas […Read More]