Hi everyone, Sandee here bringing to you a rustic altered clock that I made for my friend for a Christmas present. It fits the decor or her shabby chic kitchen to a T.
My friends house is rustic and artsy, so I purchased a magnet clock to alter. I started first by adding some May Arts paper twine along the outside perimeter of the clock's body with my Helmar's 450 Quick Dry Adhesive and some Rangers tissue tape ( which needed the extra hold that Helmar's 450 Quick Dry Adhesive provides. )
My next step is start laying out some embellishments for the face of the clock. The letters at this point are just lying on top, I haven't glued them down but they give me an idea of how I want my piece to be assembled. First piece to be added is a chipboard bird, which is adhered with the Helmar's 450 Quick Dry Adhesive and then the flower, bow and the dangling charm.
Next, comes the letters, I figured since I would need to glue them down to the trim I would use my Helmar's 450 Quick Dry Adhesive as a decorative element by adding a line of glue all the way around the trim and sprinkle a little bit of glitter on it for some added sparkle.
The Helmar's 450 Quick Dry Adhesive has a beautiful clear glossy finish which really accents the glitter.
And another peek at all the goodness one bottle of the right glue can do for your creations!
It's a glue, it's a embellishment it's 450 to the rescue!