Tuesday, 26 December 2017

The Finishing of The Timekeeper's Shop

Hello Everyone,

Hope you all had a magical Christmas and that you enjoyed it to the full. Santa has been and the kids enjoyed their goodies. It's a joy seeing them excited. They remind me so much of my own childhood Christmases. 

Just before the new year I have finished off The Timekeeper's Shop. I have to admit I loved every moment of this small project. 

The Timekeeper's Shop
I was really eager to work on the desk of the shop. Even if it was very small I wanted to give it detail as much as possible. I have found these very tiny gears and pieces, most probably of tiny wrist watches and added it to the table. The magnifying glass was one of my pieces that I did a long time ago and the clock oil was made using half an empty capsule with colored resin. I think for a tiny table it looks great. To the wall I have added a few clock making instructions too.  





To the growing collection of the clocks I hand painted myself a few clocks that I really like. The big clock with the matching candle sticks was hand painted by my dad a few years ago which I really love. 




I also added two wooden cuckoo clocks kits that I enjoyed building and painting. There is a good chance that I will be changing their weights and make chains. 



I added a few purchased clocks too which I like and look a bit realistic. 

On the stool I added a clock book and newspaper. 



My dearest friend José Pereira Torrejón made a small closed and open door sign for me which I really love and it fitted the scene so perfectly. Thank you so much José. 



I also made a small shelf over the desk to add the smaller clocks.


Finally I connected the light and it looked perfect when lit. Here are the pictures of the finished project. 









This is all for today. Hope you like how this project turned out. I'm very happy especially when I remember how it was before. So I guess this will be the last project for the year. Now I'm all set up for a much bigger project that I will be sharing with you very soon. Make sure to keep tuned,

Take Care and see you real soon.

Hugs,

Rebecca xxx 



20 comments:

  1. Crazy how real it looks !! it's a fantastic project !! Congratulations, he always manages to give life to his ideas.

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    1. Thank you so much Elena for your kind words. I really appreciate it. xxx

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  2. Wow! It is amazing! Where did you find the neat clock instruction sheets on the wall?

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    1. Thank you Marilyn. I found them off the internet.

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  3. Love it! I especially love all the gears on the desk.

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  4. Congratulations.
    Es una escena magnifica y cantidad de detallitos.
    Un abrazo

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  5. Es maravilloso! Tiene todo el encanto de las relojerías de antes... aún queda algún pequeño taller en mi ciudad que las recuerda... Puedes estar orgullosa de tu trabajo! :)

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    1. Muchas gracias por sus amables palabras. xxx

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  6. Me encanta como has desarrollado el tema. ¡Precioso!

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    1. Muchas gracias. Me alegro de que te haya gustado xxx

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  7. I love the work table with all the realistic tools. Fantastic accomplishment!
    Hugs, Drora

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    1. Thank you so much Drora. I'm pleased that you liked it xxxxxxxxx

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  8. Una maravilla de trabajo! te ha quedado una tienda con mucho encanto,las piezas de reloj son muy bonitas todas y esa mesa es perfecta,me encanta!!!
    Besos.

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    1. Muchas gracias. Estoy contento de que te haya gustado. Abrazos xxxx

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    1. Thank you so much Judy, glad you liked it. xxx

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  10. I love It! It's a really good job! Congratulations!

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    1. Thank you so much for your lovely comments. xxx

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