Rummage Sale Clock Repurpose


My project today begins with a homemade wooden clock face that I purchased at a rummage sale for $1.


First I base coated the clock in black with Rust-Oleum American Accents 1/2 Pint Latex Satin in Canyon Black.  My top coat is my new favorite chalk paint Chiffon Cream by Rustoleum.  Chiffon Cream is not one of Rustoleum Chalked's  pre-mixed colors so you have it mixed at Menards or other source.
After two coats of Chiffon Cream, I lightly distressed the clock along the edges, grooves and center sections with 220 grit sandpaper.


I just received this Decoart Mandala Americana Decor Stencil 18x18  from Amazon.  I have a smaller one that I got from the Home Depot.  This larger size is perfect for a round table or in my case a new sign.
I used Delta Ceramcoat Acrylic Paint in Walnut Noyer for my stencil color.  I sealed my sign with several light coats of Krylon Satin Finish.   I may reapply during the summer months to keep my Mandala protected.

Wooden Clock Face Repurposed As Mandala Sign organizedclutter.net
Here is the finished Mandala stenciled on the painted rummage sale clock face.  The Mandala sign replaces a white metal star that I have had hanging on the gate for a few years now.

This is the star from last year's garden tour.

Wooden Clock Face Repurposed As Mandala Sign organizedclutter.net
I like the change.

Covered Patio Vignette organizedclutter.net
I shared this vignette with you recently with my cutting board hang tag.

I decided to try this twig swag above my vignette.  (bad iphone photo).  The swag didn't show up too well.

Covered Patio Vignette organizedclutter.net
I sprayed the twig swag with Rust-Oleum Chalked Spray Paint Chiffon Cream 

Covered Patio Vignette organizedclutter.net
I think the swag looks so much better with the white paint.





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3 comments:

  1. YOU are #1 creative ! Thanks for always sharing your fun inspiration. Do you have a painting area set aside for all your ideas? have a fun week.

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  2. That Mandala was MADE for that gate! Perfect colours! Can't wait to see your 2017 garden tour. Do you ever try and outdo yourself? Because every year is perfection!

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  3. Me again! While everyone is turning stuff into a clock, leave it to you to turn a clock into something more profound!

    I've featured you in this upcoming DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 376. Thanks for linking up! :)

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