Sunday, September 27, 2015

DIY Beach Clock

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The last few months I've been decluttering and organizing the living room. I started removing even some of my own projects, like my Vintage Clock. But I thought maybe a clock could look good in our Beachy Cottage Bedroom.

So I got to work redoing the clock. I've been on a Dremel kick lately so I decided to drill out the Roman Numerals.
I also wanted the clock to look like old boards so I drilled out some lines as well.
The next few steps were adding layers and layers of blues, whites/creams and even a little red.




I finally finished by sanding down all the layers.


Before and After:


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2 comments:

  1. Love the redo on your clock face :) We just started a new link party yesterday--Vintage Charm--and this post would make a lovely addition. We'd love to have you! Adirondack Girl @ Heart

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