Just (In) Time

Isn’t it funny how sometimes the “innards”
of an object are every bit as
lovely as the outer appearance?

I LOVE seeing the gears inside
old watches, so I decided
to make a necklace from one part.
I added a few tiny antique buttons
for a little vintage “bling”.

I gathered up more of the parts
and added them to my
antique receipt file that I use
as a magnetic clip board.

It’s what’s inside that counts, too – right?

Blessings,
Angie
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Comments

  1. So creative! Love the addition of the buttons to your necklace 🙂 Buttons are one of my weaknesses… The clock parts made for great magnets as well ~ have a great weekend!

  2. love it!

  3. Love what you’ve made with the clock parts!
    Glad to be your newest follower, Mary Alice

  4. I have a fettish for all things clocks. Never ever thought about this idea. Thanks for the inspiration. Thanks for sharing, Cheers SpecialK XoXo.

  5. I love all your bits and goodies…the magnet board looks awesome!

  6. The necklace is so cool! That is an awesome idea that I will tuck away for the future. I think I will “pin” your necklace to one of my Pinterest boards to help me remember. 🙂

  7. Love it 🙂 Laurel

  8. This is soooo cool! Love it!

  9. Such a fun display. Great idea!

  10. The inner workings of watches and clocks are so intricate and detailed. I love seeing them and you have created two wonderful ways to! Just lovely!

  11. What a wonderful display! The intricate detail of the clock parts is so fascinating.

  12. I love the necklace! I just adore unusual jewelry. I found you on Ivy & Elephants and I’m your newest follower!
    Cindy @ Art,Books,Tea

  13. I love your magnets. Cute!

    Danielle

  14. Cute!! Thanks for linking this too!!

  15. Oh how yummy! I like how you displayed those! Now who would have thought to do that!! I can’t get over your creativity…I’m ALWAYS wowed by your posts! Thanks again for joining me for Pearls and Lace Thursday!
    Doni

  16. I love old clocks and watches, too, I wish I had all of the watches and clocks from my childhood. Your new necklace looks so great I love it!

  17. I love old clocks – the insides are fabulous! Thanks for linking to our party!
    Kelly

  18. Well, I made a comment and it disappeared. Google and open ID are not getting along again. Drives me nuts. Means I have to use my Google account and I blog over on WordPress. If you use my icon to get to my blog you’ll have to click twice. Anyway – I enjoyed my visit – I love clock innards – wheels and cogs. Have you worn the necklace and gotten comments or compliments on it? It’s great. Here by way of Liz’s Time Travel Thursday. Jenn

  19. how amazing! I LOVE it!!!!!! :o) what a great idea to use the parts for a little vintage bling :o)
    Jaime from crafty scrappy happy

  20. Very cool! I love the necklace you made!!

    Dee

  21. this necklace is fabulous! i found you at pearls and lace thursday. you have a wonderful blog. xo

  22. so cute sweetie!!!and love all your cuteness on the receipt board.
    I’ve been looking for some of those receipt ‘clips’, to no avail so far.=(

    blessings
    barb

    PS I’m still gathering for another box. Tough to find anything right now.

  23. PS thanks for the link to my blog. =)

    bj

  24. I love this necklace, so very cool. Please share your talents each week at my Anything Goes fri-monday linky.

  25. Thanks for linking up to Cowgirl Up!
    I’ve been missing doing your parties lately…the last time I did the code messed up some things on my blog. I know nothing about coding really so I just removed it. I will try again this week.
    ♥Linsey

  26. Oh how cool and creative!

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