DIY Nautical Wall Clock

Troom Troom
by Troom Troom
6 Materials
60 Minutes
Let's decorate the room in bright colors to feel the summer! Have you got beautiful shells? Then make a nautical wall clock.
Check out the video above to learn how to make your own!
We’ll need a clock base with a hole in the center. Choose the shape at your taste. We’ve chosen the round base with the cut hearts around the edge.
Cover it with the blue background.
Add white strokes to imitate the waves.
Prepare the shell embellishments. Cover them with the acrylic paints.
We’ve split the shells into three parts to create the ombre effect – the blending from white, moving light yellow shade to bright sunny yellow.
Place the shells on the hearts.
Hot glue.
Add the clockwork and hands.
Put it in the central hole. Fix it up. Put on the hands.
Set the time and hang the clock on the wall.
We’ve shown a quick and easy way to change the interior style. Add bright colors to feel the summer. 

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Thanks so much for reading/watching!
Suggested materials:
  • Wall clock base
  • Shells
  • Hot glue gun
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  • EllieBellie EllieBellie on Jun 28, 2017
    Any other ideas to do with shells? We go away for summer months where there are shells and would like to make some things with the kids.

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