Sunday, March 1, 2015

Altered Eclectics March Challenge

 
The monthly Altered Eclectics challenges are the perfect way to showcase your altered art, mixed media, recycled, and upcycled projects!
 
For my altered project, I found a clock on sale at the supermarket where I go for groceries and I knew it had potential!  My husband removed the clock face, battery pack, and glass front for me.  So, then sea shells by the sea shore...my find on my recent vacation to Florida, collecting the shells was super fun and I knew right away those shells were going to fit perfectly into the clock!  A piece of fish net, the shells, some long green leaf stems from a floral branch, some patterned paper for the back of the clock, a feathered flower, some knotted hemp, a metal dragonfly embellishment, along with a spray of gems were used to embellish my clock.
 
You can enter your altered art in the Altered Eclectics Challenge found HERE.

5 comments:

  1. You have inspired me to get out my clock from under the clutter and do something with mine. Just gorgeous hun xx

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  2. You have inspired me to get out my clock from under the clutter and do something with mine. Just gorgeous hun xx

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  3. Popped over from Altered Eclectics because I really like your clock makeover. What a wonderful way to showcase your vacation seashells! Awesome job! ~ Niki

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  4. You've done an amazing job with this ~ Steffi :o) xx

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