- Foam sheets
- Wire Wreath Forms
- Wooden Wreath Circle
- Old Clock(s)
- Textured Spray Paint
- Exacto Knife
- Hot Glue Gun
If you aren’t afraid of a little shop work, consider adding some wooden gears to the mix. I used a piece of OSB and drew out a “gear”, then used a jigsaw to cut them out. It worked out great, BUT it was a little bit of work.
If the task of cutting out OSB with a jigsaw is a little daunting, consider using craft foam. It is easy to cut, and work with. I simply drew the design directly onto the craft foam, and then used and exacto knife to cut it out.
Then of course don’t forget the clocks! I used all sorts of them. It did not matter if they matched, because I would ultimately be spray painting all the components of the clock.
I ultimately decided the trick to making this look work was layering! I just started overlapping, and layering all of the different components. For example, below you will see that I layered a wooden wreath with a wire form on top, and then hot glued them together.
Same principle here, I cut out a gear out of osb, and then layered a wire wreath ring behind it.
Basically, keep layering until it looks full!