I kicked off my shoes, sank into my couch and reflected on what to do next… while looking at each item I’ve curated so far, an annoying ticking sound kept robbing by chain of thoughts in it’s tick tock hum that soon turned into a voice: “not, nice, not, nice”
And there is was. My very next project. Surgically dissemble my clock, reuse it’s vital organs in a complete new face and this is the picture that I’ve used as inspiration for my “after” surgery picture.
While taking advantage of this sale season, I roamed into Country Road (V&A Waterfront) and saw that they were using slices of trunks as part of their visual merchandising. With some bargaining skills, I managed to persuade the manager to let me have a few. The large piece is to become the clock, and the little pieces to be used as a placement pieces for my glass vases.
Making a clock is really simple. If you don’t wish to recycle your current clock, you can get the clock mechanism quite easily, use your own silhouette or base, and join the pieces together. See detailed instructions on how to place the pieces together here.
Happy Friday tick-tocking!