My Rendition of the Falloween Clock

October 8th, 2008 in member junk     
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This was an old mirror frame that JB sanded down and burned the grain for old look.  When finished it can lean against the wall or be hung up
I downloaded clock face from internet, used my photo editor to make it antique, and applied to tile with spray adhesive.  Ha!  The hands will be added when I find that bag with the hands in!
The tile is attached to the frame with twine tied to eye hooks.  I used scrap wood to create the wood blocks then applied scrapbook foam letters to each one
This was an old mirror frame that JB sanded down and burned the grain for old look.  When finished it can lean against the wall or be hung up

This was an old mirror frame that JB sanded down and burned the grain for old look.  When finished it can lean against the wall or be hung up


I loved the look of Sue/Kim's and Junk Sphisticate's clock in their Falloween display!  However, no clock and no ladder......so this is my rendition!  These were all things I had laying around, so no additional cost involved!!  Even better!!  I started my decorating today, but had to throw this together first!  It can be changed out with each season........I absolutely love it on the porch!!


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, artwork, family room, living room, porch, entry, brown, great room, ceramic

Comments (6)

Meadowview_Farm writes: Sweet as sweet can be -- great job!!
Kari Posted: 11:03 am on October 13th
LuAnn writes: "Just in time" for the Fall. You did a great job. Love the clock face.

LuAnn Posted: 4:23 pm on October 8th
shabbychick writes: What a great version of Sue's/Kim's and Candy's clock faces - I'm going to try that too. (Since I'm convinced there are no clock faces in the State of Ohio to be found... Well, that may be an exaggeration, but your alternative is perfect!!)

Really a bewitchingly, brilliant idea!

Kathy Posted: 4:18 pm on October 8th
KimberlyMelamed writes: Terrific job! Just as cute as the one we did for Sue's porch. Love that you used found materials. I think it looks perfect without the hands, especially for Halloween!


Kudos!
Kimberly Posted: 3:47 pm on October 8th
suewhitney writes: I love your take on the clock later. Very clever! Thanks for sharing.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 3:45 pm on October 8th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: This is so creative. I love the clock face you chose and that chunky twine. Looks great!

Candy Posted: 1:51 pm on October 8th
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