38 DIY Craft Ideas to Repurpose Old Game Boards to Sell
If you're like most of us, you have at least a couple of old board games on a shelf somewhere. Board games are a fun way to bring family and friends together. But did you know that they also can be repurposed - for unique & fun craft materials? You may be amazed and a bit surprised at some of the terrific things that can be created with board games and the game pieces as well. Make picture frames, a clock, handbag, journal and much more. Whether you have a craft business or are thinking of…
Tiny Top Hat - Steampunk - Mini Top Hat - Grey Pinstripe, Clock, Gears, Key, Keyhole, Button
A clock, watch-face, gears, keys, buttons and more adorn this beautiful tiny top hat. A single feather cascade off the side. Excellent photo prop or costume accessory!! Measures aprox 4" tall and 5" wide (not including the feather.) Attach this to a headband of your choice (not included.) All my hats are handmade by me. This is NOT a hat that was purchased from a factory that I decorated. It is a OOAK work of art. NOTE: Hat will ship within one week of purchase. See all my items for…
Custom Star Wars Clock = Spraypaint & Glue + Micro Machines | OhGizmo!
By Andrew Liszewski Given how prolific Lucasfilm has been when it comes to licensing the ... Read more Custom Star Wars Clock = Spraypaint & Glue + Micro Machines
Handmade Vinyl Record Clock:: With over 50 different scenes to choose from, I’m sure that you will find at least 2 that would make your sad, empty wall space feel more loved.
Plumbing Pipe Shelves and Hangers - DIY for Life
Steam punk, i love the quirkiness and i get it feeling its based around the Victorian era ,the curved metal pieces are actually drain pipes i think ,its amazing you can use anything and everything lying around the place to imitate steam punk
Buttons pull us together day after day, fastening our skirts, cinching our cuffs, closing our jackets. And yet their indispensability often goes unnoticed until we discover one missing.You can take buttons out of their familiar sartorial context to showcase them on clocks, drawers, cards, totes, and table linens. Converted into colorful handles, intertwined with embroidery, or overlapped like sequins, they display surprising flair. You'll never take another button for granted.
I've been meaning to blog about one of my latest creations for some time now but work has been crazy busy (and let's face it...that's where most of my blogging happens!) Things are finally slowing down so here we go!It's no secret that my grandfather loved music - he had a room in his home affectionately refered to as the "Music Room" so we have been left with hundreds upon hundreds of records. So I was estatic when I stumbled upon the idea of turning a record into a clock and decided upon…
Inspired by vintage clock design, the glass face on this lantern has a colorful, screen-painted design. Faux wood back panel holds 5 clear LED lights. On/off switch; uses 2 AAA batteries not included. 8" diam. x 11" h x 1 3/4" d.
"Time" to celebrate
Given my fascination with vintage clocks, I just had to design some clock ornaments this holiday season. I gathered up several of my vintage clockfaces and scanned them with my printer/scanner. I cut & pasted, rearranged & resized until I was satisfied with the layout. I printed my layout onto a sheet of iron-on transfer paper - I've been using the Art-Wear transfer sheets from June Taylor, Inc. I then cut out each individual clockface. Following the directions for application, I ironed the…