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DIY: Vintage Paper Cutout Wall Clock

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 21, 2014 01:07 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Aug 20, 2014

Spotted in the portfolio of Swedish designer Katarina Grundstromer: a charmingly ad hoc wall clock featuring numbers cut out from vintage book pages. Above: Katarina Grundstromer ,  Swedish interior designer and stylist,  created her DIY clock for a kitchen—but it would look at home in any room. Above: The battery-powered  Karlsson Floating Hands Clock , made of thin stainless steel, is $50 from the Little Clock Shop. Cut out your own numbers from a castoff book, or source Paper Numbers on Etsy. Above: Etsy seller Pickled Cherry Paper sells vintage book pages; a batch of 40 Vintage Pages is $6. More ideas? Browse all our Clock finds, including 10 Easy Pieces: Simple Kitchen Clocks and, on Gardenista, 10 Easy Pieces: Outdoor Clocks . Go to our DIY Projects for dozens of inspired—and easy—ideas. More Stories from Remodelista Design Sleuth: The Camp Stove for Home and Wilderness Remodeling 101: Freestanding vs. Built-In Bathtubs, Pros and Cons DIY: The Flowerpot Pendant Light






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