On a junkin’ excursion one sweltering day, Suzy from Worthing Court picked up an old tabletop for $5 and knew exactly what she wanted to do with it…turn it into a garden clock! Suzy says, “This project was so fun and easy to do! I’ve been wanting a garden clock for a long time, but […Read More]
Clocks aren’t just for telling time anymore. They’ve become staples in home decor and don’t even need moving parts to earn their keep. Angela from Unexpected Elegance shows just how easy it is to create your own decorative clock face using quilting hoops and wood sticks. It really was as simple as gluing and painting. And doesn’t Angela’s clock look amazingly like her inspiration?
Debbie at Me and My DIY again shows how simple it is to make a stylish wall clock without breaking the bank. Debbie’s Pottery Barn inspired clock began its humble life on a shelf at Wal-mart. Debbie took it from ordinary to eye catching by inserting it into a wood frame she constructed from leftover boards.
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?