Monday, August 26, 2013

Another Clock Table

My love affair with clocks is not over!

  My first clock coffee table has been one of my most popular projects, and I also made a clock patio table here.  But this new one…may just be my favorite!

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When I came across this little solid wood piece at Goodwill, it had to come home with me.  2013-08-01 14.37.48

You can see that while the finish is mostly in good shape, there were a few places where it had definitely seen better days!

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Thank goodness it didn’t matter for what I had in mind for it! 

I painted it with a homemade chalk paint mixture, and then came the fun part…

I raided my paint stash for all the greys, browns, whites, and creams I had…and I didn’t care whether I was working with latex or acrylic!  I just wanted layers and layers of color.

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I created my graphics with my Silhouette, and painted those on with black latex paint.

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Then I went to town with distressing it and making it look “old.”

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This was a piece I took with me to the barn sale, but I brought it home.  Maybe everyone doesn’t love clocks as much as I do, or maybe round coffee tables are harder to work with!

Whatever the reason…I don’t mind hanging on to it for a little while longer…but it is on Craigslist if you’re in the Seattle area!



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Cassie Bustamante said...

LOVE this! love the base!

Donna Wilkes said...

Hard to believe it did not sell. I love the graphic you created of the clock face.

Homeroad said...

I can't believe you didn't sell that baby! Korrie it is the prettiest clock table I've seen! Love the multi-layering and the distressing, it is perfect!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

It's a great table! It will sell for sure!

Barbara Jean said...

love it.
reminds me of a sun dial.
it's the legs I think.

be blessed

miss flibbertigibbet said...

I love it! I just bought a Silhouette and can't wait to try it out!

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Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I love it, Korrie! I'd love to try a clock table myself, although I'd probably wind up keeping it. : )

My Repurposed Life said...

I love clocks Korrie...and you did a wonderful job making this table look old...surprised it didn't get scooped up!

plan b? make it a wall hanging. :)


Gypsy Heart said...

Just beautiful!!


Jenny Watson Blogs said...

I like this clock table because I have seen many clock tables but It is best of all.

Cynthia said...

What a great piece and beautiful work you did. Love it and can't believe it didn't sell.


Krista Aasen said...

So much amazing character - truly fabulous work:) I love it and would be thrilled if you have the time to share it at our new mega-party Work it Wednesday if you haven't already. Each link will be shown on 4 blogs! Work it Wednesday

- Krista @ the happy housie

Madonna/aka/Ms Lemon of Make Mine Lemon said...

Great job! I am always a little apprehensive about painting, but this look wonderful.