Sunday, December 1, 2019

Winter Snow Scene in Repurposed Clock

Hi Friends!
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
I always wait until the weekend after to start my decorating for Christmas...
although my craft room has looked like Christmas since summer.
I found both of these clocks at the flea market.
Neither one worked , but I love clocks just for décor.
The mantel clock was in good shape but my plans were
to take it apart...sorry if that makes you gasp out loud.




I don't know what happened the pictures


of the empty clocks, but here is the backside!




The Baby Ben clock had the front cover melted somehow


but the outer case was fine.





Taking out the clockworks was easy,


just by removing a couple of screws.


I saved the face plate and some parts for other projects.













I printed this postcard/label to use as the background Winter scene.


For my clock, I adjusted the size to 5'' x 7''





Measure your clock and make a pattern of the background with a blank paper.


I also cut out the birds, I wanted to glue them in the trees.


These cuticle scissors work great for tiny detail cuts!






I used Tacky glue to add the paper background, then


I added my handmade snowman and a bleached sisal tree.




 With the tacky glue I was able to add glitter to the roof of the house,


 the tops of the fence and on the tree branches.





Can you see the birds on top of the trees?








I put the glass cover back on the mantle clock.


The small clock has an open front.


Sorry about the glare.






I hope you enjoyed this Winter Snow Scene!


May I say, '' MERRY CHRISTMAS! "


Thank you for visiting today, I appreciate you so much.


XO Lisa S


23 comments:

  1. Love this and can see using different background and decorations inside for about any theme you want...and could be left out year around. Now if my local thrift shop would just have some neat old clocks!!!

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    1. Dixie
      Thank you so much. I made one for Spring last year, but I love old clocks and hate to take them apart unless they are in really bad shape.
      xo Lisa S

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  2. Absolutely love them!!! I have a pink baby Ben I found that didnt work, took apart and was going to do something similar. Time got away from me, wont be able to do it by Christmas. Was thinking maybe for Spring, or start in Spring for next Christmas. Lol. Love what you did. I have a thing for clocks too, working or not.��
    *hugs*
    deb

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    1. Deb
      oh a pink baby Ben sounds adorable!
      It's nice to meet you- Thanks for visiting, come back soon.
      xo Lisa S

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  3. These little vignettes are so creative. I like the idea of using old clocks. By the way do you have a post telling how you make the little snowmen?

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    1. Naomi
      Thank you for your sweet comment!
      No, The snowmen are just about the only thing I don't share. I sell them at craft fairs.
      xo Lisa S

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    1. Thank you Heidi!
      What a sweet thing to say- So nice of you to stop by!
      Please visit again.
      xo Lisa S

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  5. Very cool idea - Inspired! I haven't seen that idea before.

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    1. Jeanne
      Thank you! I am so glad I inspired you.
      I hope a clock finds its' way to you and let me know what treasures you filled it with!
      xo Lisa S

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  6. The mantel one looks nice, I like it!! Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 7. Shared.

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    1. Dee
      Thank you so much! I decided to keep both of them. I think the mantle clock is my favorite.
      Thank you for hosting.
      xo Lisa S

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  7. This is so cute! Saw it on Vintage Charm!

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    1. Rita
      Thank you so much. I'm so glad you stopped by!
      xo Lisa S

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    1. Teddee Grace
      Thank you so much! It's nice to meet you. I appreciate your visit and sweet comment. Please stop by again.
      xo Lisa S

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  9. These are so cute. I love clocks but try to only collect tiny ones for my dollhouses as all my different collections have taken over my house. Will keep my eye open for possible "containers." Yours are adorable. I use old Christmas cards and calendar pages for "backdrops"; they work well, too.

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    1. Kathy
      Your dollhouses sound darling. They take more patience than I have :) My collections have taken over too!
      xo Lisa S

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  10. What a great idea for repurposing old clocks - I love these! Thank you for sharing them with us at the Talk Of The Town party 😊

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    1. Marie
      Thank you so much, Your opinion means a lot to me!
      Talk of the Town is an awesome party,Thank you for hosting. I appreciate you letting us share at the party.
      xo Lisa S

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  11. I love this idea, looks so enchanting:-)
    Greetings from Germany

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