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This is a really cool wall clock which will leave your guests amazed!

You can also gift this clock to your relatives and friends as it is useful and stylish at the same time!

Please VOTE FOR THIS INSTRUCTABLE under the contest "Home-made Gifts".

Step 1: Get the Stuff

You dont need much stuff for this cool clock!

A clock mechanism (an old clock will be a great donor for the mech)

A plastic plate

Some skewers

A tracing sheet

Two neodymium magnets

That's it !

Step 2: Get the Plate Ready

Drill a hole in the centre of the plate to pass the needle of the clock

Put the mech in and seal it with super glue.

Step 3: Add the Skewers

Stick a long skewer for the minute hand and a short one for the hour hand to the mech.

Step 4: Get the Sheet Ready

Take a rough sheet and sketch the following:-

1.draw a semicircle of radius 3 inches and at its centre another semicircle of 0.5 inches

2.place the compass on the 3 inch semicircle and draw another semicircle of radius 6 inches.

Now trace the diagram on to the tracing sheet and cut it out.

Step 5: Stick the Sheet

Stick the sheet onto the skewers and place a magnet for 12'o-clock and one behind the clock.

You can also add some cool LED strip light around the side to enjoy the Glow!

After adding the LED it will look something like the one in the pic

Step 6: It's Ready!

The clocks's ready to hang on the wall or to be gifted to your dear ones!

Pease do Vote for Me under the contest "home made Gifts"

<p>What is a tracing sheet in the US? Is it like tissue paper or stronger? Tissue paper fades quickly - at least the stuff here.</p><p>Also, is the point of the magnets just to attach it to the locker in the photo? They aren't needed to make the clock run are they? You could use a stick on photo hanger depending on the weight or am I off base?</p>
A Tracing sheet is a tracing sheet pretty much anywhere.<br>As for the magnet it is just to denote the 12 on the clock and to hang it.
<p>classic</p>
Why do I see vikram and prateek in these pictures?? Didn't you take these pictures from zeeq website?? You should have made it yourself and used your own pics if you wanted to enter the contests.
I did make the clock but my phone's camera is just 2megapixel .<br>Sure no one will be able to understand the pics if I take it from my clock. ; )
<p>bro that is called</p><h3><a href="http://www.plagiarismchecker.com/plagiarism-vs-copyright.php" rel="nofollow">Plagiarism</a></h3><p> and is an offence if you took that you should have given the source or credits to them</p>
The author says he asked for permission from the given website .that is not plagiarism.
He didn't ask for permission but he notified the website that he used their pics.
<p>Well, that's not a clock anymore, is it? I mean: a clock shows time, but I just can't imagine how this Stylish Pattern Clock would work if the dials are tied together, please explain it to me.</p>
It is a properly working clock and the dials and not tied up,they are just connected together by a tracing sheet.Tracing sheets can bend easily and will twine and un twine every 2 hours on its own.<br><br>It works like a normal clock:- The long hand shows the minutes and short hand shows the hours.The rest is just decoration which doesn't affect the working of the mech.
This would be neat of the front and the back were different colors!
Sure,It all depends on your creativity and how you want it to look.<br>I made it this way,you can tweak it how much ever you want!

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