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How to Make a DIY Wall Clock

by Kathy Woodard
Wall clocks are a great addition to any decorating style and any size room. They add a classic element, but can be quirky and full of personality as well. Large clocks, like any larger wall art, make great decorative elements for small rooms by adding a major focal point, but keeping down on the clu...
  • natasha holtzclaw

    DIY:: Over-sized Clock Tutorial I think this would be a good idea for porch so i can see the time from the garden :)

  • Cheryl Taylor White

    Phenomenal giHUGEic clock! Saw a note @ DIY with old fence boards/pallets nailed together, white wash for distressed look, glue on printed roman numerals, hodge-podge & clock kit. Ta Daaaa! :) Or.. don't use as a clock but set the time like when you got married or engaged or baby born, etc. :) Great shabby chic room with the burlap pillows, old shutters, wrought iron chandelier... ♥♥♥! #clock #shabby_chic #wrought_iron #chair #burlap #shutters #linen #decor #home

  • Natalie Sue

    I want to make a big clock!!! Too many ideas! DIY:: Over-sized Clock Tutorial OMG.....I have been saving a round table top looking for just the right inspiration piece for a massive wall clock and now I've found just that piece. Definitely worth the wait.......beautiful!

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