Blue Gloves used a mixture of wood glue and acrylic paint to coat the clock face in a shiny pop of colour.
#3 Play with markers
With Posca markers, @decoydesi gave the STOMMA a whole new look. Search for a motif that you like and using a pencil, trace it onto the clock face. Then go over it with a marker. Color the numbers. And that’s it. Your own artsy clock.
Here’s a smart idea for the plain clock. Instead of coloring the clock, surround it with color. What I like about this idea is you can change the wreath along with the seasons. Like a Christmas wreath for the year-end festivities.
Martin discovers the STOMMA clock is great for fussy kids who want to put their own mark on everything. His soon to be 4 year old daughter chose the clock as it was, and at £2 he was more than happy to buy it.
When they got home. he noticed how easy it was to open, so he let her decorate it as she chose. Now, not only does she have something up on her wall that she can be proud of, but it also provided a fun rainy day activity.
In another version, complete the look with markers. The squiggly border is too cute.