Bernadette

Last Friday, at the very last second, I realize I had made a very big mistake with my clock face project.  I had messed up the roman numeral for the number four…

Mistake

I had to go back and fix it because once you noticed the mistake, it might as well have been written in blinking neon lights.  There was no passing it off- not even if I wanted to start a new roman numeral trend…

So after screaming and yelling about it, after stomping my feet at it, I finally got over my tantrum and fixed it.

giant clock face, DIY

I had to sand the black numbers off as best I could, which left some shiny brand new silver metal peeking through.  I had to go back and repeat several steps of the fake rust process to cover it up and the fake weathered paint process to get a look that blended in with the rest of the clock face.

giant clock face, DIY

giant clock face, DIY

Once I was happy with my rust and weathered paint layers, I was back to the final stage of tracing the roman numeral four on my clock face.    This time around I got rid of all the distractions- HGTV’s Fixer Upper playing in the background, no chocolate sitting nearby and no phone beeping and blurping at me- and finally got it right.

So, here is round two of the final reveal of my

DIY Giant Clock Face Project

DIY, Metal Clock Face, Giant Clocjk Face

DIY, Metal Clock Face, Giant Clocjk Face

DIY, Metal Clock Face, Giant Clocjk Face

DIY, Metal Clock Face, Giant Clocjk Face

DIY, Metal Clock Face, Giant Clocjk Face

DIY, Metal Clock Face, Giant Clocjk Face

One Comment

  1. mary benson
    mary bensonReply
    May 28, 2015 at 3:53 pm

    looks great. I truly understand the interest in clock facers

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