Clock Made With A Wicker Wreath
I made a clock (sorry I can't send a picture) out of an 8 inch wicker wreath.
- 8 inch wicker wreath natural color
- round of craft wood cut to fit inside the wreath
- clock works
- 12 similar sized seashells
- Rit dye in blue-green color
- scrap of netting in a neutral color
- hot glue
Mix the dye and following package directions dye the wreath and wood. Let dry. Drill a hole in the middle of the wood and stretch the piece of netting over it. Glue the wood and netting into center of wreath leaving enough room in the back for the clock works. Install the clock works then divide the wreath into twelve sections and glue a shell in each position. Very nautical!
By Betsy from Joplin, MO
April 2, 20070 found this helpful
That sounds like a wonderful idea!! Thanks for sharing!
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