We had a couple of relaxed workshops running up to Christmas where we guided our attendees to create a statement clock from a plain birch wood circle. We used Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™️ as our medium, using various processes texturing, gilding, stencilling, decoupage and distressing.
Here are just three of the clocks made.
The first clock was made to look like concrete and had copper leaf applied to the textured finish. The clock face was finished off with clear wax to create polished and matt areas .
The middle clock was made using masking tape to block off the sections, block colours, copper leaf and stencilled sections. Again the clock face was finished off with clear wax to protect it.
The third clock was painted in two colours with masking tape used over the first layer to create the board effect and distressed to show the lower colour. A decoupage image was applied to the clock then finished in decoupage varnish (image transfer medium)
The ladies made a great job and had a evening of fizz, creativity and new friends - more of the clocks can be seen on our Facebook page
We will be running more of these workshops in the New Year - booking essential.