It turns out that gourds make pretty good Totoros, and Totoros make pretty good clocks.Continue Reading
Change your clock face to suit your mood and decor with this DIY chalkboard clock tutorial!Continue Reading
This winter, bring the simple beauty of the slopes inside with this lovely DIY minimalist mountain clock tutorial!Continue Reading
When I first spotted this decorative wall clock tutorial, I was sure that the intricate design was a beautiful example of paper quilling. Turns out..Continue Reading
This piece takes upcycling to the next level.Continue Reading
From the very first moment I saw the hexie clock at my local IKEA, I knew that crafters were going to have an absolute field day with custom upgrades.Continue Reading
While clocks made out of dead hard drives area wonderful use for discarded hardware, here is a much more interesting hard drive clock brought to us by [Bob Alexander] and a 1970s era Honeywell computer.
In the 60s, 70s, and 80s, computers didn’t have small removable hard drives like we do today. Instead, the hard drive was an entirely separate unit that contained large platters – 14 inches across in the case of the Honeywell 200 he used in his youth. In a fit of nostalgia for his younger years, [Bob] bought two of these 14 inch platters on the Internet to turn into clocks.Continue Reading