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Featured by Ruffled (Jessica Christie Photography)

Rentals by Chairished Vintage Rentals
Gown by Maggie Evans Design
Event Design by Jessica Christie Photography; Paisley Kay Event Design

Creekside Tree Nursery
Boulder, Colorado

What time is it? It’s Book O’Clock! Redditor Anotrey created this awesome wall clock using books with titles matching each hour of the day. Click here for step-by-step process photos.

If you’re puzzled by the use of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows for 7th hour, here’s a little explanation from Antotrey:

Harry Potter is important to my wife and me; we even used some HP elements in our wedding, so it had to make the clock somehow! The number 7 is featured prominently in the series, and the way his arm reaches for the title makes a 7. But that’s a stretch ;)

It also happens to be the seventh book in the Harry Potter series, which works just fine for us too.

[via Neatorama]

TS2 to TS4 - Clocks

Hey guys!
I’m working on something bigger for a month or two now but I wanted to share these ones with you
So here are all the clocks from The Sims 2.
6 in total.3 wall clocks and 3 alarm clocks (I know :P)
It’s a shame that clocks don’t have a fuctionality in TS4 other than deco..

The set consists of:

IKEA PS Clock: Costs: 73$
CyberChronometer Alarm Clock: Costs: 310$
Get Up! Alarm Clock: Costs: 30$
Moonshot Thruster Clock: Costs: 230$
Old Time Wall Clock: Costs: 140$
The Official Fighting Llama Wall Clock: Costs: 230$

I had to retexture the two of them and give them some HD textures for the numbers because TS2 ones were way too blurry!
All of them have their original colors (plus some recolors of mine) from TS2 along with the catalog descriptions and prices.
As usual please note that TS2 meshes are more detailed than TS4 so that means higher poly counts! Check them!

I really hope you like them..
Feel free to recolor them!
More to come!

Grab Them:




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Coldplay singing Clocks: “Youuuuuuuuuu”


The elephant clock, as depicted by Badi'al-Zaman Abū al-‘Izz ibn Ismā'īl ibn al-Razāz al-Jazarī from his manuscript The Book of Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices, 1206. On the construction of the clock, Al-Jazari remarked that “the elephant represents the Indian and African cultures, the two dragons represents Chinese culture, the phoenix represents Persian culture, the water work represents ancient Greek culture, and the turban represents Islamic culture”.