Sunday, 15 November 2009

Patience is a virtue

I bought this dated 3D frame clock from a charity shop with the exact intention of using these Websters Pages Papers to put inside it and turn it into a cute/kitch 1950's clock.



The only problem was I didn't have the papers and had no way of getting them....so I bid my time and waited....and waited......and finally YIPEE....Tillys has the whole range in..SCREAM!!!!


Now I can hang out at Websters.ning again Yay!! The ladies are so talented over there.

(Mind you the beautiful Christmas papers will probably arrive in the UK next Summer!!) So I will still be a season behind" Oh well" like I said...Patience is a virtue!!


I was busting to get my clock made especially as my kitchen is nearly finished and I know it will look perfect. It is going to be my inspiraion for my new colour theme. Red, white and touches of pale blue and pink......think Kath Kidston meets American/Swiss country cottage! OK in my mind it looks like that in reality it needs tiling and painting and new blinds still!

I have entered the clock in the November Challenge on Inspire Me so pop on over and check out the rest of the creations in the Websters Pages gallery it really is a breath taking place to be.



Love and virtues

Ruth xxx

11 comments:

Zarah said...

You are SO sweet! Thank you! ♥
I adore that clock! How clever and pretty!!

Sarah Lou said...

Oh I cant say how much I want to jump on a plane, fly over and steal this. I love it so! Its perfect!
She is such a perfect fit for this clock!

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Micayla said...

OOOOH I love it, so kitch!!

Jamie said...

Hiya Ruth! How are ya?? I hope you and yours are well!! Love this clock!! Wow, to have a kitchen to match, that sounds fantastic!! It look soo much like you and your style:):) Love it!
Off to catch up on the rest of your blog:)
Hugs

Sharon said...

Thanks for the congratulations you left me on the Tando blog.
I came across your blog at the weekend and immediately fell in love with it! Your work is GORGEOUS!!

Traceyr said...

Good luck with the competition Ruth I am sure you will be a serious contender if not the winner. Your kitchen sounds wonderful. Hope it gets finished soon. :)

Anonymous said...

It was very interesting for me to read that post. Thank author for it. I like such themes and everything that is connected to them. I definitely want to read more soon.

Just a little bit Crafty said...

Hi Ruth, I popped in to say a big thank you for your tutorial on the accordion album you did a few months ago. Looks like things haven't changed here....you are still as talented as ever !!!! LOVE the clock. I just might have to ask Santa to take it off your wall and put it in my Christmas Stocking this year LOL.
Anyhow, thanks for the tutorial on the album. I took inspiration from it (since I didn't win it) and created my own - well for my daughter. I also left a link to your tutorial on my blog.
Cheers, Irene :)

Elly said...

Please, please, please.... show us the pics of your kitchen when ready!!! (Oh, not that I'm curious, I just wanna know how it looks hey, hey!) Your clock is gorgeous!
Hugs, Elly

courtneyannb said...

LOVE IT!!! Perfect Project!!!

I left you an award on my blog. I know time is precious so feel free to just copy the award and dont feel obligated to fill out the questions.

http://kiltonkeepsakes.blogspot.com/2009/11/my-followers-are-best.html