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Saturday, April 14, 2012

sewing room clock

 I picked up this clock from Target one day for $4, I was after something for my sewing room, so I didn't lose track of time while in there creating- you know for when I have to cook dinner and stuff!

But I wanted it to look a little more interesting so I
 unscrewed the back
(do you like my screwdriver, it was a birthday present and belongs in my sewing room and will be easy to spot if anyone else uses it!)

 and took off the hands and covered the face in some fabric from my stash,
 stuck it on with some spray adhesive,
 then screwed it all back together.
Too easy- except then the hands fell down so it looked like it was going to be 6:30 forever, 
I mustn't have put them back on right and at the same time B2 came along and offered to fix it.
 He spent the next hour trying to get them to hold, but thankfully he got it working right in the end!

I have some more hoops to go up and I am going to do something with the SEW- so stay tuned!

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  1. I think what you are doing is wonderful and I was wondering would you be interested in doing a guest post for Desire Empire.

  2. Hi again
    In hindsight I probably should have mailed you, but I couldn't find your email Would you please email your reply to
    Thanks Carolyn

  3. Your B2 seems a little like our B2 ragards tinkering. Looks great Deanne.

  4. Love it! Love the screwdriver. Your sewing room is wonderful...the polka dotted chairs are my favorite! Lisa~

  5. The clock looks wonderful. Yes I think I like the chairs best. Margaret

  6. Wow! Thats looks great.Well done.

  7. Great clock! I might have to use that idea for my playhouse transformation! I am popping over from the link party at Under The Table and Dreaming!


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