Believe it or not, this clock came together in just about 45 minutes! First, I painted the edges of the wooden circle with black paint, to give it a finished look. While that dried, I colored the clock hands with a black sharpie. They were gold, but I thought black would look better. Then, I traced and cut the circle of paper from the Premium Paper Pad. Then, using Mod-Podge I put the circle onto the wooden circle and then put another layer of Mod-Podge on the top. I did a pretty thin layer, so it dried pretty quick. Then, I added the stickers, the black dot around the edge and put the clock hands in. Finally I just put a batter in the back, a nail in the wall and there you have it-- a cute clock and a happy little girl!
I used to shy away from making altered projects, but when I find one that has a great use (and makes my daughter so happy) I can't help but go for it!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you were inspired!
Momenta Products Used:
PA-2263: Free to be Me Premium Paper Pad
ST-3190: BW Med Dot Puffy Alpha
ST-4740: Free to Be Me Puffy Icon