Framed Clocks

February 26th, 2010 in member junk     
RobJ98167 RobJ98167, member
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I have here a couple of clocks from some old IKEA mirrors. One had a broken mirror, so I took that out and replaced it with a tile I found at lowes. Drilled a hole through the center with a mason bit. Added a clock work and Instant Clock. The mirrored one I took the mirror out, and with a glass drilling bit, drille a hole through the center and another clock kit and poof - Instant clock for the Vain one in us all- You can look at time and yourself at the same time! Both of these are available in my etsy shop!


Pattern or design used: My own design - Rob
posted in: member junk, wood, glass, family room, frame, bedroom, entry, black, dining room, bathroom, study, office, contemporary, game room, ceramic, Clock

Comments (8)

LloydsLandingofSears writes: Love the wide framework with the small clocks! It catches the eye. ~Mary~ Posted: 9:28 pm on July 21st
shabbychick writes: Great reuse and what a wonderful look!

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Posted: 12:51 pm on March 4th
alicemom writes: Rob,
Great repurpose and useful! Very timely and stylish to boot!
smiles, alice Posted: 6:35 pm on February 26th
ninnarae writes: I love the great simple look of these- you can adapt them for any decor! Posted: 4:38 pm on February 26th
fellowjunker writes: Hi Rob,
I really have a love for clocks and am often thinking to myself "I should turn it into a clock!"....great work on these two pieces. I am impressed with your mirror drilling....I've never tried, but you can bet now it is next on my list of things to do!
xojanis Posted: 3:46 pm on February 26th
suewhitney writes: Fab way to re-use Ikea mirrors!

take care,
Sue Posted: 12:45 pm on February 26th
RustyDiva writes: Nice re-use of materials! Posted: 10:42 am on February 26th
DumpsterDecorators writes: Thanks for the idea! Now maybe those empty frames and single pieces of tile might get used. Posted: 1:54 am on February 26th
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