Sunday, February 16, 2014

Assemblage Clock

Ok.  I think I'm getting the hang of posting on my personal blog and social media.  Thank you for sticking with me, and having patience in my creative process. {smile}
I started altering a Tim Holtz Assemblage Clock, gosh, probably about 2 weeks ago.  I know, that sounds pretty pathetic.  But, I stopped after each step to photograph the process, and to jot down some notes.  I am working on writing a tutorial to sell on Amazon for Kindle.  I also had a few set backs, and various other obligations, that caused this clock to sit for days at a time with no work or progress going on.
I did finish it this morning.  But, again, I needed to take several photos of the final process, and get those loaded and edited.

full, front view

lower, right angled view

top, left angled view

Ok, I will give you the quick and dirty version of the 'how-to'.  For specific details, directions, instructions, tips and tricks, I will need to send you to the published tutorial @ Amazon.
I painted the shiny metal clock, added some paint, stamping, and used hot glue to add my embellishments.  I made sure that all sides are finished.
When I started this project, I wanted to use things I love.  So, I added all my favorite things: flowers, seam binding, butterflies, clay embellishments, pearls, rhinestones, and a variety of metal finishings.

Thank you for looking.  I hope this project has inspired you to create something, too!  I will add a link to my side bar, to purchase this tutorial, as soon as I get it done.  I'm looking at having this done this week, hopefully, fingers crossed.

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