Sunday, May 19, 2013

Altered Tim Holtz clock

Today I have a super fun project. 
This project I made for Discount Paper Crafts. 

I altered a Tim Holtz clock. Here is a rough run down of what I did. 

I started off by taking out the glass and painting the whole clock with 2 coats of Gesso. I then used some Liquitex modeling paste to create a lot of texture. I just scraped it on. I also used some Shimmerz Texturez in white. I then used a combination of Lindys Stamp Gang sprays. Gausamer gold, Clam bake beige, South shore sand, Jack frost and Cape cod coral. 
For the inside of the clock I covered the back piece with some Prima Lyric paper. I used my Prima Distress tool to distress the edges of the paper. I used some lace from my stash that I sprayed with Clam bake beige. I then used a Leaky Shed studios clock that I cut to fit inside. I used a super cute picture of my kids and I popped it up with some cardboard. I used a Prima vine that I cut up so I can get a lot of use out of it. I added some images from the paper and some Prima clock hands. I also used some Prima buttons with some twine. 
For the outside of the clock I used some more of that Prima vine and I added a sentiment that was in the Lyric  paper. I used a Prima clock and some more of the Prima clock hands. I also used a Prima flower from the engraver collection.  I added a Prima resin to the top of the clock. I also used a couple Leaky Shed studios butterflies. 

Here are some more pictures. 



Thank you so much for stopping by. 



11 comments:

Teri said...

Love it!

CWBarnes said...

NICE JOB

Danielle said...

very nice!

Vicky Alberto said...

so gorgeous - hope you are well!

Judy Cantrell said...

Beautiful!

lorrietori said...

this is beautiful!! I have a clock base that I have been wanting to alter, now I have my inspiration!! :)

Sandie Edwards said...

So beautiful, love all the detail and the gorgeous colours you have used.

Patti Senter said...

LOVE this!!! I have this clock sitting here staring at me and I've still not started it. Thank you for this wonderful inspiration. Your project turned out lovely!
Patti
(A Soul's Heartbeat blogspot)

Lynn said...

This is amazing! I just bought one of these today and had no idea what to do with it. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

Sharie Collings said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

LESLIE FRAZIER said...

love this,,,want to do three for secret pals....bought my first clock yesterday and this was a great tutorial, thanks for sharing
Leslie (Foley, Alabama)