Or maybe it's because I have the design aesthetics of a three-year-old.
Behold, my dinosaur clock! I bought this tiny white clock at IKEA for 99 cents, because we needed something in the office to tell time (yes, the computers are in there, but sometimes we're playing a game full screen and can't see the desktop clock).
I consider most blank, flat surfaces to be empty canvases waiting to be sticker'd. This seems to be something I inherited from my grandmother, because wherever she goes, stickers are left behind. My plain little white clock was just crying out for decoration, so I went to a store in my neighborhood that sells cute Japanese stuff and, after much deliberation, chose these excellent dinosaur stickers.
Unfortunately, as soon as I put the stickers on the clock, they started dropping off again. But I was not about to let my clock go back to being naked, so I spent a while carefully spreading glue on the back of each sticker with a toothpick and re-attaching them.