Its actually pretty simple to make and relatively low cost, ended up costing about £4. Most of you will probably have everything you need just lying around, the only thing I actually needed to buy was a clock mechanism itself as wanted one with yellow hands.
Paper version of your design
MDF or Plywood
Quartz Clock Mechanism
PVA & water (if using MDF)
Sticky Tape (optional)
Step 1: Choose Your Design
Then using some sticky tape I taped the design to a scrap piece of 6mm MDF I had lying around. A quick score around the edge of the design with the hobby knife left a nice impression on the MDF, which I then went over with a pencil so give me a good clean easy to see line to follow with the jigsaw.
Step 2: Cut Out the Design
Once the design was cut out I went over all the edges with some sandpaper and ended up with nice smooth edges.
Step 3: Prep and Painting
Once the PVA was dry I then put on a base coat of 'Plasti-kote Super Matt' black paint which I had left over from a previous project. Once dry I lightly sanded this coat with some wet and dry and added a couple of final coats and ended up with a really nice matt finish.
Step 4: Adding Quartz Mechanism
So once I drilled the hole for the hands (8mm in my case) was just very simple to add the clock mechanism, add the battery and hang it on the wall.
There you have it, a simple cheap wall Batman style clock, all for less than a fiver!