December 30, 2012

New Years Clock Dessert/Cake Stand

My clock in my office quick working and I was ready to throw it away when I started to think of what I could use it for. Then the idea hit. People always decorate with clock for New Years. I decided I would make a dessert/cake stand. 



I started out with my broken clock and a candlestick that I found on clearance at Michael's Crafts after Halloween.


I took the clock apart and really washed and scrubbed the glass and rim.


I then put a vinyl Happy New Year in the center. You could always use a stencil to do this too.


 I then glued the hands back onto the clock. I set it just a couple of minutes before midnight!


 I took a noise maker and glued it onto the face of the clock. I also took some silver tinsel that I got on clearance after Christmas and curled it with scissors and sprinkled it around.


I took and sprinkled silver glitter all over the face. You could add whatever you wanted on it.


I then put the washed and sanitized glass and  rim back on the clock.


I used a glue gun to attach the candlestick to the bottom of the clock.


 The final step was to add some goodies to my dessert/cake stand.




I was very excited how my New Years Server turned out!


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16 comments:

  1. What a great project! Love this...

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  2. Love this idea! Thanks for sharing! Found your awesome blog through the Aloha hop! New follower here.
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    hugs,
    Megan@ www.momssurvivingkids.com

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    1. Thanks Megan. I am now following you via GFC and FB
      Have a great New years.

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  3. This is so clever!

    Amanda Rose
    http://sewmuchtosay.blogspot.com

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  4. okay that is pretty darn creative! I would never think of anything like that. :|

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  5. How neat! What a creative idea and so very festive!

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  6. That turned out so cute! Very resourceful :)

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  7. This is a darling idea. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Love how you transformed the clock:)

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  9. What a cleverly awesome idea! And it turned out so cute! Thanks for sharing on We Made That

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