Saturday, June 27, 2009

What time is it?

Time for another layout!!  In this layout, I have used Scrapware's large clock and coordinating hands. I have removed the centre of the clock and reserved it for a future layout.



The clock is one of the oldest human inventions, meeting the need to consistently measure intervals of time.  In scrapbooking terms, clocks can be used on layouts to represent growth, change, time passing by, nursery rhymes, birthdays or simply as a decorative element.  In my layout, I was able to represent my daughter's age of 3.5 by positioning the clock hands at 3:30.

CCG #124 

The clock face has been treated with glimmermist, while the clock hands have been left raw.  The clock hands were attached to the layout with a brad so they still freely move.


Clocks are a great embellishment for layouts and look equally as effective on a layout about a little girl, or a heritage style layout.  What you will you use a Scrapware clock for?  Ask for Scrapware's clocks and hands at your lss today.


  1. Oooh,..... Im also hanging out to see what you do with the centre tooo!

  2. Love the clock featured, & I was thinking about the centre too, can`t wait to see it :) T4S