Here's another project I wanted to share with you.
I used the scalloped circle paper in the Chelsea's Place paper set from Making Memories, the "be inspired everyday" sticker from the same set (how can I not use it when it has one of my taglines on it?!) I also used Brenda Walton's acrylic letter and number stamp set for the numbers. The clockworks are from Michael's and the round base was the top of a box of holiday mugs (you can use the top of a paper mache hatbox)
I glued two of the scalloped circles together to give it some heft. Then I glued the scallop circle to the round box lid.
I covered the hearts with vintage papers and then stamped them with the appropriate numbers. I glued the hearts in place. I stamped the remaining numbers on patches of paper and glued them into place too. (And if I had it to do again, I'd measure and be more exact. I thought it would be whimsical to wing it but it'd be better to have it be more accurate)
I sprayed the entire piece at this point with an acrylic matte finish.
Next I drilled the center and assembled the clockworks.
That's it! Isn't this a fun project? I was inspired to make a clock after receiving the sunshine one from Charlotte Lyons for Baby's room.