Wonderful DIY Family Pictures Wall Clock

Nowadays more and more people go outside the country for a better job or living. Although the financial part is important nothing seems to compensate for the miss of your family members. One of the things that misses you the most and makes your staying far away from home harder is your family. For those who work somewhere else than their country or town the miss of the family is one of the most painful things. Nothing compares with the smile of your kid or your husband‘s or wife’s warm hug who opens the door for you everyday when you get home after a tiring hard working day.

No matter how hard your work is it will always make you feel better when you are at home or you have your family by your side.In these situations a family album, some photos, some personal objects that belong to your family members can become very helpful .They may become some precious objects that will bring you some comfort reminding you of the happy moments you spend with your loving family.

The next DIY project may become one of these precious objects that will always remind you of your family. It is a wonderful DIY Family Pictures Wall Clock.The project is very simple so you will find it very easy to be done. All you have to do is to cut a circle from 6mm MDF, spray paint it and secure the photos using spray adhesive.{found on freshhomeideas}

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


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