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Since almost three years now, I've been eating lunch at school using the same disposable fork. This plastic flatware people use like toilet paper is actually quite sustainable ...
YOU WILL NEED : 6 cleaned forks 6 cleaned soup spoons Polystyrene sheet less than 5 mm of thickness A clock mechanism Gorilla or Super glue
Once you've collected all the used spoons and forks, use a little bit of water and soap to remove any residue of food. The paint won't last on ...
Trace a circle on the polystyrene sheet and mark its center. Use a pair of compasses or a circular object. Your circle should have a diameter of 12 ...
Use a 1/4 drill to make the hole in the center of the circle.
Apply super strong glue to the base of the disposable flatware and stick them around the circle. Keep enough space for the mechanism. You will have to stick ...
Once everything is glued, you can start painting the clock. Make sure not to put paint in the battery compartment. You may want to add a little ring ...
With these instructions, you have an infinite possibility of designs. Just let your imagination go crazy. -Samuel Bernier
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