Working and communicating with people globally is the way of life. We are required to accommodate different time zones on a daily basis. Either your work schedule or most of us have family members who live around the world, there isn’t a way to get around it. Today, I would like to share with you a fun time zone clock project. I wanted these clocks white, however, these beautiful clock panels are 3/4 inch thick and the edges were just calling for a touch of color.
You only need a few things to get started. Here we go:
Step One: Paint the edge of your panels. Let dry. And also the front of your panels. Let dry.
Step Two: Print out your desired design. Using washi tape, place your design template onto the panel and trace with either a tracing tool or pencil. You want to use firm pressure so you are able to see the score lines once the template has been removed.
Step Three: Set your Versa Tool to the temperature according to the directions. Trace the score lines. You can go over the score lines until you have your desired wood burn look.
Step Four: Add your clock movement parts. Set the time, add batteries and hang.
I love the way these turned out. And I think they look perfect in my office. I hope you enjoy.
Tisa is always laughing, creating stationery and blogging in her studio in Texas. She blogs about life at Just My Little Mess. She loves to create DIY projects and share about her not so perfect running life. She loves anything and everything paper and also finding ways to make someone’s day brighter. When she’s not making a huge mess crafting, she loves to hang out in cute local shops, travel and long runs with friends. Tisa love’s coffee and 100% sure it loves her back. Tisa is married to her best friend and a mother of two.