I don't know if you remember back when I made the tile art, but at the time I went on record as saying that it wouldn't last a week in my house. I was just waiting for one of the kids to throw a ball at it and break it. Well, surprisingly it wasn't the tile art that met it's demise at the hands of the Izzo children. It was unfortunatly the wall clock.
It took some serious talent to break that thing the way they did. I thought that because it was made of plastic that it would be a lot harder to break. Well I was very wrong.
I had also mentioned, after I did the toilet paper wall art design in the girl's room, that I wanted to do something like it for my living room. This project will be a glorious blending of these two past projects. Be prepared for toilet jokes along the way. I can't help myself!
What the what!? So I guess it's time for a clock re-do.
I started by painting the clock face all white. I wanted a more modern "I don't know what the heck time it is" feel. Because really, when your kids are learning to tell time, (insert sarcasm) you should make it easy on them right?
As everything was drying, set to work painting and cutting the toilet paper rolls.
When everything is glued I add a little extra gold paint to the top of each cut roll. This little extra really makes it pop!!