A few months ago, back when I first started the craft side of my blog, I enjoyed trolling around and searching for inspiration and great idea. Well I still do that, but this inspiration came from that time period. I save all the inspirations I get from the internet into a folder on my browser. So ANYWAY… I saw this clock here and put it in the back of my mind to look for an old clock. I found one!
Pretty nasty, huh? I actually already took off the hands and spray painted them when I remembered to take this pictures. I actually found this a few months ago and put it in my future craft box just waiting for when I finally got around to putting a photo collage together. When I ordered the invitations printed at Costco it made sense to finally do the collage and order that too.
So I printed of a 12 by 12 inch pictures in black and white. Then I cut a hole in the middle to fit over the hardware.
I spread out a layer of mod podge all over the place…
and layed down the picture, squishing out all the bubbles.
flipping over the clock I cut the excess photo off of the clock.
Then I decided rather than have a glossy photo finished I wanted a more matte painted look and mod podged over the top as well. I’m glad I did. I’m really happy with the way it looks! So what do you think! Now if only I could get it to tell time! I tested it to make sure it worked before I did this project, it did work, so I moved on. What I didn’t realized is that it works, but not on time, it’s moving slower than it should. So anyone know how to fix a slow clock?Do NOT miss a single post. Subscribe to weekly recaps for Ashlee Marie by Email Some of the links in my posts may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive a very small percentage.