Create a Farmhouse Clock with me using Essential Stencil’s Mini Tag Number set and a few other supplies. If you’re in the USA, you’ll have access to all of the list below and it is important to note that Essential Stencil is not currently shipping outside the USA at this time. For my Australian readers, I have some substitute links in brackets.
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Supply list for Creating A Farmhouse Clock:
- Quartz Clock Movement with hands. (Australia: I source my clock mechanisms from Gold Coast company, Let’s Make Time.)
- 16” – 23” Round MDF or wood blank – (Australia: I found some 60cm plywood rounds here)
- Furniture Paint – USA Fusion Mineral Paint (Australia: Right here on my website)
- Essential Stencil Number Set
- Essential Stencil Farmhouse set
- Bonus idea – Essential Stencil Apple Vintage Truck Set
- Stencil Brushes
- Painter’s Tape (Australia: find some here)
- Pencil, ruler, measuring tape.
Create a Farmhouse Clock Live Video Replay:
After the live was finished, I added the extra dots to represent the extra hours in between the 12 o’clock and three o’clock for example.
Below, here is the finished Farmhouse Clock using the background I showed you how to make in the above video. I used Fusion’s French Eggshell over Fusion Coal Black and scored the lines while the paint was still wet. You can see this in the first section of the video.
Want to see more stencil tutorials? I have a whole playlist of Essential Stencil videos on my Youtube Channel here: Essential Stencil Projects. In each video tutorial, you will find links to the stencils being used in that tutorial in the description section of the video on Youtube.