After I finished my Marbled Bar Cart project and completely transformed it using the marbling technique I was obsessed and I wanted to create another project just like it. Hence why we are here today with this beautiful Marbled Wall Clock.
It is the perfect piece to accompany my fun little Bar Cart.
Materials Needed For This Project
All the paints I used are from DecoArt (Blue, Purple, Light blue, Dark Green, Light Green, Metallic Silver)
Update: Since this post, I have created Multiple other Wall Clocks and here is a snippet of the current Marbled Resin Clock I made.
For the size of my clock I went with the 18 inches Circular Wood Piece since I wanted to make a large one.
The colors I wanted to use were in the shades of Blues, Green, Silver with a bit of Purple.
Do cover the area with plastic sheets since you don’t want the paint to be everywhere on the floor.
Then start by pouring the paint one by one onto the wooden base.
This is how my first round of layers looked.
I like to go over it and pour over more paint to see which colors I like to be more dominant in my piece.
To get the marbled effect, tilt the piece in all four direction and let the paint drip down the sides and you should end up with something like mine.
I always like to add some texture to my pieces and I was of course going to do the same with this one by using these turquoise stones.
I placed the stones throughout the piece so it could mimic the marbled pattern, you could place it onto the paint when it is wet so it sticks or you could always later on use some Mod Podge to glue the pieces onto the piece.
Let the whole thing dry before pouring over Resin.
How I poured and used the Resin you can see all those details in my Bar Cart Makeover post as well.
When you have poured the Resin it will take about 48-72 hours to fully dry out.
After that it is just a matter of placing the Wall Clock onto the piece, I used a nail on which I hanged it onto.
And this is the final Result
What do you guys think?
This turned out so good even better than I expected.
And like always if you liked this project be sure to Pin it for later!
SHEILA MCCAHEY says
Where did you buy the clock mechanism?
Hey Sheila, the complete material list and supplied that I used are listed in the post. Thanks for dropping by!
This clock and your marbling is so lovely, I would never have thought to add the stones.
Jackie MacGregor says
Is the paint mixed with midge lodge or is it just straight paint? Can you use acrylics?
Hi Jackie, the paint is not mixed with mod podge. I thinned it out with some water so all of them had even consistency. And yes you can definitely use acrylics.
SHEILA MCCAHEY says
Thank you – found it on 2nd page!
Karen Sandlin says
Syed Qasim Ali says
`Bwst idea to make a wall clock easily and beautiful.
I love the clock. I dropped one of my glassed based clock and the hands broke off. I didn’t know what to do with it. I’ll try your idea and put it on a small round table as a table top. I’ll avoid the stones. I hope mine comes out like yours.
This clock is gorgeous!! I had a space that I had to fill in, so you inspired me to make my own clock this past week: https://www.sengerson.com/our-home/make-a-diy-wall-clock-tutorial-easy/