Repurposed Placemat Clock #6

flower feature

It might as well be spring if you put this repurposed Pier One Import placemat clock on your wall!  This is one of the easiest makeovers I have done with my pile of placemats.


Step One:  The diameter of the placemat is too large for the wall clock so carefully cut the outside edge of layer #4 so only three layers of petals are left.

flower clock after the trim

That makes the final diameter approx. 12″

flower clock trimmed pieces

This photo shows how much of the back material you need to cut:  only about .5″.


flower clock hole back

Step Two:  cut a white foam board 12″ in diameter and glue it to the back.

flower clock hole front

Step Three:  from the front center, punch a hole with an awl and use a pencil to make the hole big enough for clock works.

flower clock face front

Step Four:  Print out the clock face provided or make your own clock face.

flower clock face back

Step Five:  Using glue stick attach your clock face to a heavy piece of mat board or sheet metal and cut out.

Step Six:  Punch a hole in the clock face big enough so the clock movement will fit.  ‘

Step Seven: Assemble the clock.


I had a little shrink film dragonfly that I added to the clock face for a bit of whimsy.


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Author: Patty Thurlby

I am a full time artist with a whimsical point of view!

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