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Brooke Walker, Studio 5It's a device to help track time, but a clock can be a creative outlet as well. Today on Studio 5, we learned how to turn that timepiece into personalized decor.
If you think about it, your family clock is likely in a central location somewhere in your home. So, why not give your clock face a face-lift by personalizing it to really fit the feel of your home?
Kelly White with Heartland Paper Co. showed us how to make creative clocks that will have you tracking your every moment.
First, a child's clock that helps children to know their schedule and learn to tell time. It uses pictures to show what happens at certain times of the day.
A magnetic memory clock is made out of a magnet board so that you can post notes about appointments and schedules to yourself using magnets. It's perfect for the kitchen. You can use a decorative plate as a clock base.
A "favorite things" clock is a fun way to express your own personality. Use a simple wood plaque and decorate it with things you love.
This is just a small sample of the clocks Kelly demonstrated today. Click on the related link to visit the Studio 5 Web site for other clock ideas and decorations.