THE "TIN" CLOCK

March 30th, 2009 in member junk     
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It is very easy to make clocks from just about anything.
Step1: Drill a hole in the centre of your object.
Step2: Assemble clock mechanism following manufactures instructions.
Step3: I wanted to hang this clock so drilled two holes in the top of the tin and looped a ribbon through.

I found this beautiful tin on a junking adventure and wanted to do something special with it so used it to make a clock.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - junkstyle
posted in: member junk

Comments (7)

byabpryor writes: I love the way you think & create!!!! Posted: 9:54 pm on September 8th
shabbychick writes: Janis - what a great idea, and in your elegant style - so sweet!

Kathy Posted: 11:33 pm on April 1st
RobJ98167 writes: Looks like I have been inspired again- I have an altoids tin that would make a great clock for the bathroom!Thanks for the idea Janis! Posted: 6:35 pm on April 1st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Simply gorgeous, Janis! I could have sworn your tin was a beautiful plate. Thanks for the instructions (that even I can handle...well maybe ;)

Candy Posted: 8:40 am on April 1st
writes: Janis,
You've done it again! Great idea out of something so simple.

JennyK Posted: 3:01 pm on March 31st
bridiemurphy writes: So Pretty. The pink bow caught my eye, but the detail on the tin is stunning! Time for another junk scouting mission for me, where did I see that beautiful tin????? Posted: 9:53 am on March 31st
JunkArchitect writes: WOW! Janis,
It looks like an expensive clock. You sure are a true junk master with this creation.

Jim Posted: 11:12 pm on March 30th
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