Halloween Decor Made With Upcycled Clock
Make a spooky Halloween clock to decorate with this fall! This is a sponsored post.
As you probably can guess, Halloween is my favorite holiday season to craft for. I have so much fun crafting goodies and home decor for this spooky holiday! For this project, I used fun papers from Photo Play Paper, my always useful Xyron Mega Runner, and a bright purple alarm clock from Goodwill San Antonio.
One of the things I hoard collect from Goodwill San Antonio is old fashioned alarm clocks. I just love this style and they are a ton of fun to alter! I have a big box full of clocks from Goodwill, in lots of colors and finishes. This huge purple clock was PERFECT for a Halloween project. The brightly colored papers and whimsical designs from the Matilda & Godfrey collection were exactly what I needed to bring this idea to life.
Supplies Used to Make a Spooky Halloween Clock:
- Matilda & Godfrey Paper Collection from Photo Play Paper
- Xyron Mega Runner
- Retro Styled Alarm Clock from Goodwill
Skeleton Paper Dolls SVG Cut File (download on my site)
I added some wired ribbon and a big bow to the clock handle. This spooky Halloween clock is so festive! I think I should call it “Time to PARTY!” What do you think?
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- Clock (Goodwill)
- Papercraft Supplies (See my site for details)
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
Published August 24th, 2018 5:54 PM
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