Clock Contest Winners

A big shout out to all who participated in our May 2013 Create-A-Clock contest. Klockit is truly blessed to have such talented customers. Please help us improve the contest for next time by taking this short survey.

So to thank you all for taking the time to participate, we will be sending ALL participants who did not place in the contest a discount code for their next order! If you didn’t submit your clock via email or a private Facebook message, please send an email to Rachel ( with the subject line ‘Klockit Contest’ to get your discount code. Or leave your email address in a comment to this post below.

Just a reminder, this contest was based on three factors: creativity, design, and story. I’ll be honest and tell you that our panel of judges had a hard time judging the submissions. But, they were able to narrow them down to three very impressive submissions. So without further ado, here are the winners!

1st Place: ‘Bad Boy Bike’

Mark Royall is the big winner! All of his work is created from recycled bicycle parts. This creation is his most impressive piece we’ve seen so far. Check out that detail!

bad boy bike

2nd Place: ‘Whimsical Vintage Phone Clock’

Ken Hayden transformed a vintage telephone into a beautiful clock. Since a telephone dial only has 10 finger holes, he fabricated a new dial from a black acrylic fruit platter, and hand-lettered the new numbers and letters.


3rd Place: ‘Walnut Mantel Clock’

Kevin Smith made this mantel clock for his daughter and son-in-law’s wedding. He wanted to make something special – something that would last a lifetime. This was Kevin’s first venture into clock-making!

Honorable Mention:

Here are the honorable runner-ups!


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