Thrift shops are full of old curious finds, junk to some, jewels to others. I love this project that combined this old plate and leather belt upcycled into a Scandinavian inspired teak & leather wall clock. Details at the link below.
Beautifully simple and a cinch to make, this DIY wall clock has a few unexpected materials up its sleeve!
A paper mache box lid and mailing labels are the surprise stars of this clever project from Laura Parke. I love this black version, but it would be fun to create a whole bunch in bright, poppy colors to display as a functional art piece of sorts!
I love everything about this clock. Everything. It appeals to my inner minimalist in ways I can’t describe! It’s also one of the easiest DIY projects ever created–and that’s not just hyperbole, folks! It really is. The trick is in the clock face: can you guess what it’s made from?
Did you figure it out? If you guessed that this wood beauty is made from a round serving tray, you’re correct! Here’s a lollipop. One thing I love about this fact is that there is a huge, huge, huge variety of stylish laminated birch trays available, so making an awesome wall clock that fits your personality is easy! Continue Reading