10 DIY Lace Wall Clocks

When I was little, a young pupil at school I remember that we used to have a special class where we could learn many handcrafting techniques which were very practical and meant to help us develop our creativity, some abilities and teach us something useful for our life.

One of these techniques was crocheting. I learned many ways of using the results of this technique such as making a small bag, some decorative flowers, some chic hats and many other things that can be very useful.Now I have discovered that my models can be used for some nice 10 DIY Lace Wall Clocks. The project is very interesting, original and can represent a personalized decorative and useful item.

The appearance of these wall clocks can create a vintage or traditional interior and make you think of the wonderful handicraft things that we can create with our bare hands and imagination. Besides their decorative function wall clocks are also very useful. In the kitchen a wall clock is a real help because all the time you need to know what the time is.

For these lace wall clocks you will need a round or square base made of wood or other solid material. Then you have to fix a clock mechanism on it and apply the lace using spray adhesive.{found on shelterness}



Published by in DIY Projects, on November 22nd, 2011

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