ETA: Sorry about the lateness having technical difficulty since blogger upgraded our post have been getting messed up, we have 2 posts merged onto 1.
Wow the tutorials and the items being linked in our linking party are so amazing, my inspiration folder is bulging at the seams. Who would have thought you can create faux metal with cardboard amazing eh?
We have shared a quick tutorial on how to turn a serving tray into a clock that will be perfect as a gift for any occasions.
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Shealyn’s amazing tutorial using cardboard tube for faux metal.
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Davi created this beautiful Birthday card accentuated with lace.
Love the beautiful details and embossing on the pattern paper.
Gorgeous layout for any little boy!
I am always on the lookout when I’m around and about looking for unique items I can alter, and repurposed. I was at a garage sale when I found this beautiful tray for $.50 cents. I knew right away this tray will make an amazing clock for my studio. This will make a great gift for any occasion as well.
- Serving tray, Triple thicke spray sealant, clock parts, drill.
- Drill a hole onto the center of the tray, follow mfg direction.
- Add the clock parts, voila done in less than 10 minutes.
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