Clock parts are from Rockler and I'm sharing the tutorial over at the DIY Club today.
It was a super easy project and it works so well. I love it - especially with the round Rockler lazy Susan spice wheels/spice loft to the right!
(these numbers are temporary - so they'll be redone and perfectly spaced)What have you been up to? If you'd like to link YOUR DIY project post to The DIY Show Off Project Parade:
Do you like it?
1. You must use the button above (ADD BUTTON HTML CODE FROM SIDE BAR TO YOUR POST) and link to this post to share the linky love.
2.Include your name or blog name and project title. Add your permalink (not your blog url, but your DIY project post url). Feel free to link a Past Post, just invite your readers in a current post with a quick note.
3.Or email your link to email@example.com and I will add it for you.
4.If you notice your link has disappeared -please add the link back to The DIY Show Off to your post today, a button or a quick note to your readers about the party and try again! I love when everyone participates and readers check out everyone's links, but I think the return favor of linking back is the nice thing to do so everyone plays fair and enjoys all of the projects and links. Also - this blog party is for DIY projects only. Links not related to DIY will be deleted.
5. NOW you can "like" the links! What a fun idea! Most liked links may be included in a post of DIY Project Parade highlights later in the week! :)
Thanks to Bargain Hoot and Pinterest for the inspiration: