Making or finding inexpensive wall art
is not always an easy task. Some people, me included, have to have just the perfect piece of decor, so we spend hours trying to make or find that perfect elusive item.
Sometimes inspiration hits full force. Such is the case for this amoeba-inspired biological clock
that doubles as wall art. Shelly made the clock project for her local newspaper, and I just have to share the awesome tutorial with you, as well as the picture gallery
showing how she makes the clock.
Shelly went to her local Goodwill store and bought a cheap clock for less than $2, then cut a piece of plywood into an interesting shape using a jigsaw
. She spread Mod Podge
on her fabric and on the clock, and glued the fabric onto the plywood. Check out her tutorial for the full directions
If you have a friend who is counting down the years or days until their biological clock stops ticking, then this is the perfect gift
for them. For guys, maybe just changing the shape of the design or color of your fabric will make it a perfect Father's Day