Thirty timely projects will have crafters assembling clocks in no time at all! From whimsical to sophisticated, there's a clock project for every decor: lodge/rustic; English cottage; shabby chic; sporty; classic; kids; contemporary; retro; masculine; folk art; funky; artsy; French country; country; and ethnic. Sixteen well known designers contributed projects, including Cheryl Ball, Barbara McGuire, Vivian Perrits, Lisa Sheppard, and Carolyn Stearns. Crafters of all skill levels will feel comfortable making these clocks when following these clear and detailed instructions on the basic techniques of clock making, preparing and finishing wood products, and painting. Projects use a variety of techniques: stitching, beading, painting, decoupage, stamping, stenciling, wood burning, leather crafting, and faux finishing, and a variety of materials: polymer clay, fabric, felt, beads, and wire.Wood watering can* A M AK E T IM E F O R C LO C K S Clock movement with hands* Flower sponge aamp; template* Fabric ... fine grade sandpaper, paper plates, paper towels, scissors, tack cloth * These products were used: Walnut HollowAr wood, ... Use stencil brush with Soft Lilac to paint border from template edge to outer edge of watering can, moving template ... Begin making flowers by pressing flower sponge onto watering can in random leaves with sponge using Festive Green. 7.
|Title||:||Make Time for Clocks|
|Publisher||:||Krause Publications - 2011-01-15|