CORK CLOCK

Style at Home (UK) - - Make It Home Revamps -

Re­vive cork place­mats with a retro twist that’s very on-trend TAKES 2hrs COST £6.24

Drill Set of two cork pot stands, £4.25 (for two), T&G Wood­ware 15mm washi or mask­ing tape Craft paints

Paint­brush Clock mech­a­nism, £1.99, ebay Picture hang­ing strip or nail

Drill a hole in the mid­dle of the cork mat that’s large enough for the cen­tre of the clock mech­a­nism to push through. Stick lengths of washi tape onto the front of the mat to cre­ate a geo­met­ric pat­tern. Paint each seg­ment of the de­sign in a colour of your choice then re­move the tape and leave to dry. Push the clock mech­a­nism into place and tighten up the nut. Care­fully fit the hands on and then hang up on the wall us­ing a 3M Com­mand picture hang­ing strip or small nail. Join in and share your home re­vamps with Style at Home on Instagram @styleath­omemag

These bowls are del­i­cate and shouldn’t be used for din­ing or hold­ing food – use in craft rooms or for stor­ing Toys in­stead

House box, £14.95, Dot­comgift­shop. Kiki bird ob­ject, £12, Habi­tat. Fiskbo red frame, 95p, Ikea. Post­cards, from a se­lec­tion, Paper­chase

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