Friday, March 25, 2011

Roost Clock How To~Faded Plains

Hello Everyone!
I hope you are all having a great week!
I wanted to share some pictures of Andrea's wall clock with you today.
Andrea made a wall clock just like the Roost Clock I have above my mantle, and shared how to make it on her blog....

I couldn't believe how much her clock looked like the Roost Clock!
Don't you think she did a great job?
It only cost Andrea $27.00 to make.

To read more about Andrea's clock and how to make it,
head on over to Andrea's Blog,

I love Andrea's style, you will love the way she decorates her beautiful farmhouse.
She is such a talented girl, she can do anything...
(After just learning how to sew, she made slipcovers for her couch.)
I wish I could just sew a pillow : )
I love Andrea's Shop too...

I hope you all have a great weekend!
Take Care,


Cindy / Aka Chymecindy said...

I love this clock. I want this in my wall too.

Jem said...

I do love this clock - it's so simple and elegant :-)

Jem xXx

Life love, clutter and other beautiful things. said...

Oh wow! I have been ad,irking this clock bit it is a bit expensive. What a clever lady!! Thanks for sharing xox

butiksofie said...

I love this clock!!!Hope you are fine, hughs Anja

beachcomber said...

love these clocks!!


Loving the bedroom is looks dreamy white-room for me!the chandelier and the clock are simply adorable!

martinealison said...

Le temps qui passe... Chez vous impossible de rater l'heure!... Très orignal.

Blondie's Journal said...

Beautiful...thanks for the link!


S xx said...

Beautiful! I'm on my way over to her blog now.
thanks for sharing.

sacha xx

Margherita Calati ph said...

i love this one! great style, thanks for this link :)

your blog is always magic, i love everything here!

Margherita Calati ph said...

i love this one! great style, thanks for this link :)

your blog is always magic, i love everything here!

Allie said...

What a neat clock that will fit into almost any decor! I love the way it just floats on the wall, terrific look.
Check out my blog when you have a moment,

Homeroad said...

Great project! Come link up today!
Have a great day!

d e l i g h t said...

Both clocks are so wonderful! Thanks for the link.
Have a great weekend.

Tracy said...

Excellent tip - thanks!

All That Jazz said...

So fun! Andrea's turned out nice. That mantle shot of yours is one of my favorites, love the little clay pots!

Jenny Petricek said...

Very interesting project! Love how the clock blends in and really becomes part of the wall, instead of just hanging on it.

Serena (sweet moment) said...

Hi Maria!
I've remained without words when i've seen your beautiful blog!
The Style of your home is so pretty! A true source of inspirations!
Have a grat day!

karen - Simply Inspired said...

inspirational - both clocks! thank you for sharing. happy friday! -xok.

Bente said...

Lovely clock,i have to see her blog.

Have a nice weekend.


Lynda said...

And this is just why I can't get anything done...drooling over your pics! Just beautiful!

Marge said...

I just found your blog. It is very beautiful!!:))

Warm greetings from Finland

Gabriela Delgado said...

Beautiful clock
looks perfect with white background.
Happy weekend

Rachel said...

I love that clock. It's so cool that there's a place to find out how to make my own! Thanks for sharing, I'll head over now...

Jeanne Oliver said...

Of course she did! She is amazing. I love what she has done with that farmhouse of hers!!!

Chrissy...The Apothecary Shop said...

Oh just love Andrea..she is such a good friend..and has sooooo many talents!!! She did an awesome job on her clock! All the best,Chrissy

Divine Theatre said...

Imagine the fun you could have with different styles of antique typesetter numbers!

Rose Garden Malevik said...

Hallo Maria
Lovely Clock....
Me Like :)
I hope everything is ok
and do not miss




WELCOME to Join it :)
Håkan ( The Roseman)

lilabraga said...

I do love the simplicity and elegance of this clock so much! :-)

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

I'll pop over and take a look. I've known Andrea for a long time, she is a real kind blogger w/loads of style.

Daydream Living said...

Hi Maria,

I just made my ever first pillow cover, it wasn't easy and with help but now I want to learn it without a zipper, so if you want to start sewing, think of me, if I can do it, you can for sure!
All the best, Maureen

Kelley said...

Your clocks...both of them are just wonderful. I always love how Andrea can get it done for pennies! Thanks for sharing this great idea Maria!

xo kelley

Anonymous said...

woaw this is amazing i totally want to make one! and it seems to be so easy!

talou said...

magnifique blog! romantique a souhait!!
belle journée

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