You ever just sat down with some random supplies and said.. Hey I am going to make something today. I'm not shopping for anything because I have it ALL.. Well that's what I did. I grabbed somethings on my table and suddenly got an image of a project I slowly put into fruition. It was fun and the only thing I needed to KNOW.. Is that I was going to play in some glue.. paint some papers and ONLY pay attention to the Clock in front of me. (smiles)
I started out with some basic supplies and some free printables, seen below..
Helmar 450 Quick Dry (used this later, hadn't planned to)
Laser Cut Clock Image
Round Clock Face printables
Paints, Neocolor 2 crayon, paint brush and few gel pens not shown.
My Deco Art Fluid Acrylics and Neocolor 2 came in handy to paint my wood backing and the corrugated board, After the board was painted, I grabbed the printed daisy circle first and glued it with my Helmar Craft and Hobby PVA to a circle placed on the base of the clock.
Then I cut up my corrugated board and painted it all..
Then I lined the flat side of the board against the based of the circle with the exposed daisies. Adhered it with the Super Tac and held it for a few moments in place with a few small brackets. It gives the clock a new shadowbox look I think. I did some gel pen work and made the daisies pop. Instead making it a genuine clock , I decided to prop up a picture of my darling daughter when she was a wee one of about two! I fussy-cut her from an older picture, propped her on a small piece of board with Helmar Super Tac, so she wouldn't flat on the page (and I can slip her out anytime I want! Now to build a face/front.
I cut up the painted board and since it was now laying up against the hollow edges of the corrugated board, I decided to use a glue that wasn't so fluid. Helmar 450 Quick Dry!! I also attached a floral flourish and a quote about time and memories, which made me smile.
I challenge you to CREATE MOMENTS in TIME, don't forget to bring along some Helmar's Adhesives!!