You know I am a sucker for storage. I think I have an addiction to storage solutions. I love taking items that are normally used for something else and tweaking them to work for me. I found a couple of spice racks at yard sales this summer and have already made those over for my acrylic paints.
Then I found a random wood shelf thing-a-ma-bob. I paid $2 (half off red week) for the random wood shelf thing-a-ma-bob at Goodwill.
I was so over keeping my acrylic paints and Mod Podge in drawers. I wanted them displayed so I could easily access the color or finish I am looking for. Since I use these products all the time I figured some sort of wall hanging thing would work well. Do you like my technical terms today?
The random wood shelf thing-a-ma-bob had a clock in the middle. I thought it was cute so I transformed it a bit to fit my studio’s decor.
I got this Amy Butler cardstock in a stack from Joann Fabrics over a year ago I’d guess. I used my Mod Podge to cover the old, nasty, worn clock face with something pretty.
Using my Silhouette cutter I cut out a new vinyl letter clock face.
And then applied it to the cardstock.
Then I put the clock face back together (a bit of a challenge I must admit!).
And since I love my FB fans and appreciate your comments and interaction with me I am going to pick one of you and send you a fabulous prize. Jeannette Ogilvie guessed a porthole in a cabinet door. Good guess Jeannette…email me your address and I will send you something IC inspired.
But it was actually this clock face.
I am pretty sure I am single handedly making sure Plaid never goes out of business!