Thursday, April 4, 2013

Field Treasure Designs: 14" x 14" Wood Pallet Clock {Giveaway}

The awesome husband and wife team behind Field Treasure Designs takes discarded pallets and turns them into treasures.  

I'm sure you can agree that their clocks are a true work of art.  Repurposing at its finest!  Who knew old pallets could look so cool.  Here at The Funky Monkey, we truly appreciate companies that reuse and recycle.


This Reclaimed Pallet Wood Wall Clock comes with the color stripe of your choice.  There are 10 beautiful colors to choose from.  You may also choose between straight or fancy clock hands.



This clock measures just under 14" x 14".  A wall hanger is attached to the back for easy hanging.  You can also lean these against a shelf.  


Their Large Reclaimed Pallet Wood Wall Clock measures just under 24" x 24".  This is the largest clock that they currently offer.

These clocks are created using salvaged wood.  Each handmade clock is unique and no two will look the same.  That's the beauty of a handcrafted one-of-a-kind creation.

Each clock is proudly made in the USA and the quartz clock movements do not click loudly.


Giveaway Time:  Field Treasure Designs is giving one lucky reader their very own 14" x 14" pallet clock in the color of their choice!  

MANDATORY ENTRY:  You must "LIKE" Field Treasure Designs and The Funky Monkey on Facebook in order to qualify to win.

Open to U.S. only.

ONE entrant per household/IP address. We will not tolerate cheating using multiple email addresses.
You will be disqualified from all giveaways on TFM.

Be sure to check out our other giveaways going on right now 
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4 comments:

  1. Very impressive! I can't win this for myself but I can win it for my sister who lives in Connecticut. She also has a condo in Canada which she let me use for a few days. All of her clocks are huge. The one in her ensuite bathroom was even bigger than this - maybe 3' in diameter. She will love this one!

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  2. anything recycled is right up my alley

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