Recently, I had the chance to meet up with some fabulous women that I have met online. We headed to IKEA for a girls night out. We chatted, ate meatballs, and walked our way through IKEA. That night we each picked up the TAJMA wall clock and decided to put our own spin on it. Today we are showing off our creations.
I decided that this clock would be perfect for my craft room. I set out to create some thing fun and unique that would match the crazy purple walls in my craft room.
I started with some fabric, mod podge, various sizes of wooden spools, 12 colors of embroidery thread, a cream piece of paper, scissors, 1 button, and my handy dandy glue gun.
And with those supplies, I created this fun clock!
With the help of the mod podge, I covered the clock in fabric.
Then I cut out an 8.5 inch circle to cover the inside of the clock.
Then I took the wooden spools and wrapped them with 12 different colors of embroidery thread.
Then turned over the original clock hands, because the underside was silver and I preferred that over the black hands. I then wrapped them in embroidery thread. I also cut the hands at an angle, because the hands were too long now with the addition of the wooden spools. I finished it off with a button in the middle.
I love the bright colors of the clock!
Now are you ready to go see some more IKEA clock makeovers?!, check out Courtney from Sweet C's Designs, Kirstin from Kojodesigns, Tara from Taradara Made It, and Alison from Oopsey Daisy. They all made this clock their own as well! These girls are fantastic! I LOVE all of them! It was a blast working on this IKEA clock challenge with these lovely ladies!