DIY | Wall Clock turned Decor
How are you guys?! Finally I cut my ties with my former internet provider and hopefully, my new ISP is better so I’ll have my internet connection back in our house. It’s one of the reasons why I was absent here in my blog for a couple of days. So today, I’m feeling crafty and wanted to share a simple DIY I made.
I have this wall clock that I bought from Landmark that I’m loving so much but, it always hangs no matter what brand of battery I put in it. I asked how much is it for repair and it’s whooping P350.00! My wall clock just costs a hundred. Oh I wanna cry and laugh at the same time! I don’t want to let go of it yet so I just recycled. 😀 You can do this to your wall clocks as well.
All you need are the following:
Broken Wall Clock
Cutter / Pair of Scissors
Old Magazines or Notebooks
First, disassemble your wall clock. I used philips screw driver, medium size fits the little screws.
Look for a nice photo in an old magazine or notebooks. I used a photo from an old Belle de Jour Planner. They have the prettiest monthly dividers. I honestly had a hard time choosing what to use, but since I’m currently getting addicted to Eiffel tower designs, I chose this one above.
Trace the glass cover of your wall clock on top of the photo so you can see how it will look like in a frame then cut it using your scissors or cutter. Careful, we don’t want a bloody red frame here! 😀 Jokes, just be careful okay?
Put the photo in front and assemble your clock. I already removed the machine here.
TADA! This clock is designed so you can both hang or just put it on a table. I have a new decor! It’s also a perfect props for your blog photos. 🙂 If you have an old clock with a nice frame that’s just rotting in your storage room, try this! It’s so easy to do! Let me know if you’re planning to do this too or have done something similar to this before. I would love to see your work as well! <3