Create & Share Monthly Challenge: DIY Baseball Clock

Today is a Create and Share Monthly Challenge Day!  I am excited to show you my project and connect you with the other wonderful projects my blogger friends did this month.

I am new to this group and I couldn't be more thrilled to be connected with such a talented group of ladies.

Each month, bloggers are given the challenge to CREATE a DIY project using either a pre-selected basic item or a sponsored brand item.  This month, Walnut Hollow supplied us with the items needed to make our projects.

I chose the round clock and the clock parts to make my project.


My son's bedroom is vintage sports.  We have several items that were inherited from athletes in the family on display, so I thought an antique baseball clock would fit right in with his theme.  Since I am not one of those athletes {see more about my lack of ability here, lol} at least he will have something representing my talents in his space!

It was really quite easy to make.


basic round wood piece

 brass clock parts

White/ Brown Craft Paint

Spray Paint

Clear Wax

Walnut Hollow Round & Clock parts by


Step 1// I did not want brass hands, so I spray painted the parts and numbers with a navy spray paint.

Spray Paint and clock hands by Spray Paint and clock hands by

Step 2// Using white craft paint, I painted the round white {face only}

Painted Wooden Round by

Step 3// I was really wanting the clock to have a vintage look, so to create the look I wanted, I mixed clear creme wax with a touch of dark brown and gold craft paints.  I mixed it together until I got the color I wanted.

Decor Wax Mix by

Step 4//  Use a rag to rub it on.  I wiped some spots off to give it the illusion it was worn over time.

Decor Wax Mix by

Step 5// Using a paper plate, I made half moon pencil marks for the soon to be stitches of the ball.

Pencil Lines on Wood Round by

Step 6// I traced my pencil marks with a black Sharpie and followed with a red Sharpie for the stitches.

Pencil Lines on Wood Round by Pencil Lines and Baseball Stitches by Pencil Lines and Baseball Stitches by DIY Baseball Clock by

Step 7// Stick on the numbers and add your clock parts to finish.

DIY Baseball Clock by IMG_0209 DIY Baseball Clock by

Yay!  I'm excited to add this piece to his bedroom decor! It will be something he has for years to come.

Want to see all the other fabulous projects?

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Iris Nacole: Bohemian Tray
Medium Basswood Round
A Shade of Teal: DIY Clock
One Mile Home Style:  Golden Home Sweet Home Wall Art
Flourish & Knot: Monogrammed Cheese Board
Knock It Off Kim: Rustic Treat Stand
Farmhouse 40: Wood Open Sign
DIY Beautify:  Wood Slice Clock
Creatively Homespun:  DIY Children's Step Stool
Chatfield Court:  DIY House Numbers
Large Round Clock
Monica Wants It: Gold Polka Dot Clock
The Twin Cedars: DIY Lazy Susan
Tastefully Frugal:  DIY Drum Clock
Uncookie Cutter: Tabletop Clock
The House Down The Lane:  Kid's Art Cheese Tray
Refashionably Late: Stenciled Clock
Homeology: Rustic Modern Wall Clock
My Life From Home: DIY Baseball Clock
Old House To New Home: DIY Stenciled Clock

To life feeling like home!


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  4. John says:

    My Mom loved doing crafts. I remembered she did something similar for me when I was younger. We were a big baseball family, and of course, my mom was my biggest fan. I miss her but do enjoy coming across posts like this. It brings back good memories. Nice Job!

  5. The idea is simply awesome! Can’t wait to try this one. I just love it.

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  7. Your clock looks awesome Amy. Love it! Pinned!

  8. Sarah says:

    I think you hit a home run with this project! No seriously, you really knocked it out of the park. Okay, okay, enough puns, I’ll shortstop. (Please, someone, stop me before I strike out.)

  9. This is too adorable, love what you did with the clock.

  10. This turned out great! Such a cute idea for a boy’s bedroom. Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday!

  11. Your baseball clock looks awesome Amy! I am sure your son will love it!!! I hope you are having a great week and take care, Tara

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  13. Tiffany says:

    Love it, Amy! So many fun details. This would look great in our planned sports themed basement. Thanks for the inspiration! Pinned and shared, friend!

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  16. Iris Nacole says:

    Oh my gosh Amy, it’s perfect! I absolutely love it!!

  17. Sara says:

    Amy this is so cute! I love the color you created for the base!

  18. I love it Amy! It turned out perfect! I’m working on a larger baseball wall art thingy now!

  19. Cathy says:

    I love this! This would have been perfect for my boys rooms when they were growing up – so darn cute.

  20. shawnna griffin says:

    hey girl this is awesome! Great job!

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