I am sharing today a simple tutorial of how to give your clock a Halloween festive look.

I love how easy, quick and affordable it was to make this Halloween Clock.

Here it is…

 

I found my clock at Target for under $4.00.

 

 

The first thing I did was to take the plastic clear cover off the clock and place

some plastic ring bats from the Dollar Store on the places where I would like them to be.

Just to give me an idea.

 

After I cut the back of the rings…

 

…and then I added some glue dots to them.

 

The next step was to glue them in place.

 

Before I put the cover back I made sure the hands of the clock could circulate

on top of the bats without touching them.

 

I put the cover back and I was done!

You can hang it or put it on an easel as I did.

 

If you don’t like the bats use spiders, skeletons or any other thing you like.

Easy, affordable and a great décor idea for Halloween.

You can even remove the bats after Halloween is over and use it as a regular clock again. 

 

So easy!

I hope to see you back at 6:30 pm ready to party and link up your projects!

See you later!

Besos.

Desirée

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Hi there! After years of working in interior design, I fueled my passion for DIY into my own little corner dedicated to creativity. I am grateful that blogging has given me the opportunity to do what I love and share my passion for transforming, creating and reinventing with our readers.
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18 Responses to DIY Halloween Clock

  1. Steff says:

    The easel makes it extra- special. Is it IKEA, by any chance?
    Now, if you will excuse me, I have a clock to dismember.

  2. Heidi says:

    Fantastic. I want one! My weekly linky party–One Creative Weekend–has gone spooky this week in honor of my thirteenth party. If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll visit “One Creative Weekend” on OneCreativeMommy.com (open every Fri-Wed) and link up this idea and anything else you’d like to share. (You can include non-Halloween posts as well, but feel free to link up as many Halloween-themed posts as you like.) There are two categories—one for Halloween and one for everything else.

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