Buffalo Check Christmas Wreath

When my clock died I saved the parts. I knew they'd be good for something some day and for some of those 
lucky parts, that day is today! 
Buffalo Check Christmas Wreath


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I began by painting the outside of the clock with a green chalky finish paint by DecoArt. The paint sticks to the shiny finish with no problem. You can find the products I use by visiting the bold links in this post. 
DIY Buffalo Check Christmas Wreath

When the paint dried, (I "quick dry" my projects by sitting them in front of a fan), I sanded the edges for a distressed look. 
Repurposed Clock DIY Buffalo Check Christmas Wreath

Next, I made a set of bells using vintage tins and 2 small wooden cherries I had in my stash. 
Repurposed Clock Buffalo Check Christmas Wreath

I tied the bells together with a narrow buffalo check ribbon
DIY Repurposed Clock Buffalo Check Christmas Wreath

Next, I made a large bow with a wider buffalo check wired ribbon and tied on the bells. I hot glued a small twig of berries to my clock then tied on the bow with the bells. I used a scrap piece of painted wood and used a Sharpie paint pen to write Merry Little Christmas then attached it to the wreath with hot glue. 
Repurposed Clock Buffalo Plaid Wreath

DIY Repurposed Clock Buffalo Plaid Wreath

That old broken clock became a beautiful buffalo check Christmas wreath, saving it from the land fill and beautifully decorating my front door! 
I am replacing the winter wreath basket I made last year with a fresh new look. Another great idea is the Canning Jar Holiday Wreath that uses recycled canning jar lids and the Easy Fall Hoop Wreath.
DIY Repurposed Clock Buffalo Plaid Wreath for Christmas


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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

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  1. This is so pretty, Susan! I'd never have guessed that was a clock part!

    I'm featuring this cutie in this weekend's DIY Salvaged Junk party. Thanks for bringing it over! :)

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