Saturday, September 16, 2023


Yield: 1 Etcetera Tag (clock)

Wet Ingredients:

Ink – Alcohol Mushroom; Distress Walnut Stain

Other – Collage Medium (matte); Foundry Wax (Sterling), Mixative (gunmetal)

Paint – Distress Fired Brick, Mowed Lawn, Old Paper, Rustic Wilderness, Uncharted Mariner; Dina Wakely Black

Spray Stain –Distress Brushed Pewter

Dry Ingredients:

Tag/Structure –Etcetera Tag (small); Etcetera Facades, Etcetera Scalloped Trims

Card Stock – Kraft Stock Stack (black & warm); Christmas Backdrop

Hardware – Christmas Salvaged Figures (Large & Small), Gadget Gears, Christmas Festive Marquee, Holiday Bells, Pinecones, Tack Nails, Word Plaques

Paperie – Christmas Baseboards & Transparencies; Christmas Ephemera; Christmas Layers

Other – Chain, Woodland Trees & Tree Lot


Other – Craft Scraper, Heat Tool, Hot Glue, Media Mat, Sandpaper (80), Steel Wool, Texture Hammer

Dies – Decorative Trims, Timepiece 









































  1. What a fabulous walk through with the pictures. Thank you for sharing the details of how to. I love seeing how things get attached. I am such a visual learner. I love this, it is so creative. Thank you for sharing.

  2. awesome. looks like a kookoo clock to me. such fun. thanks as always for sharing and all the inspiration.

  3. Omg this is such an amazing creation, love it. Thnx for sharing💜

  4. Tim said it - how amazing to see what can be made by transforming these materials. Inspired idea loved it and so good to see the stages too, thanks for all you share.

  5. An amazing and inspirational make!! I love it!! ❤️❤️❤️ I can see cuckoo clocks appearing in crafty houses around the world! Thanks so so much for the fabulous picture walk through and I really appreciate the time and effort that this takes just so you can share your creativity. 🙏

  6. oh my gosh Vicki, I need to give this a try! The toy soldiers are amazing! Such an inspiration!! - paula

  7. Amazing make and fabulous tutorial. Almost looks like I could do it. Thank you for sharing your talents!!

  8. I made 3/4 of the project until I got to the clockface. I already had that die so I thought I was good. Now I realize you uses a different/smaller die. I’ve searched high and low. Even fro just clock face dies people are selling _ nothing works.the die I have is much too big. Any suggestions? I want to finish this so badly. Thanks, Lisa

    1. if you email me your address i will cut one and send it to you. V


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