A tiny morsel of what's to come.

(image via Sweet Paul)

I won't be able to get to my Etsy Wednesday post until later today, so this image will hopefully satiate you until then (it's also a hint at this week's theme). How quaint is this teacup clock? I can't help but wonder if I could make this myself. Anyone have thoughts on what one might use to 'glue' all of the pieces together? Don't leave me hanging, here.

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  1. Very cool. I think you could probably make it happen with Gorilla Glue or something like that. I've got tons of random teacups hanging around (that I was going to use at our wedding reception but ended up changing my mind) if you want them!

    LOVE the blog, by the way! When I get a moment, I will absolutely reply to your email -- thanks! :)


  2. i hope we're headed for a clock post. wait til you see the clock on my wall friday. it's dope.

  3. ooh, I've got some gorilla glue in my craft box! I think you are right that it can adhere things to ceramic, so I will try it out.

    sorry the post wasn't about clocks...