Paper Mache Clock

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Introduction: Paper Mache Clock

About: I'm a student in high school! so I always to fire someone with anger to be creative I always wanted to be a zookeeper and I am more comfortable around new animals than new people. my opinion!!! :)

hello everyone, welcome to FIRST TIME my Instructable!

Step 1: What You Need:

The things needed for this project are easy to find and method also very easy.

  • flour
  • water
  • mixing bowl
  • spoon
  • old newspapers
  • Hair Dryer
  • Using Aluminum Foil
  • Plaster Craft Paper if you necessary
  • nitrile rubber glove if you necessary

  • clock movement kit if you necessary


Step 2: How to Make a Hand Tin Out of Foil


The easiest way to make a hand out of tin foil and tape if you need... is to stack three sheets of foil and press them into your hand to make a mold as you can.

Mix one part flour with one part of water, until you get a thick glue-like consistency. Add a bit more water if it's too thick. Mix well with a spoon to get rid of all the lumps. you can use a small kitchen electric mixer to whiz them out.
PRETTY EASY!

You need to use strips of newspaper only, or even paper tissues or towels.
Dip a strip of newspaper into the mixture or hold it over the bowl so it drips back into the container.

Step 3: ​Repeat and Repeat

Do this until the entire surface or figure is covered three times over. This is especially important if you're removing the base when it's dry (hair dryer)* -- it needs to be sturdy and hold its own.

Step 4: Preparing to Make the White Shiny

Cut the bandage plaster into strips with scissors.

When you are finishing cutting the plaster strips, place them in a bowl or use Travel Mister Bottle if you like....

Dip the strips into a bowl, one at a time. Use your finger to run excess water off the strip. You want the strip to be wet, but not soaking. Pretty Simple!

Step 5: Decorating Idea

Easy diy clock decorations~

Not be hard on yourself

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    Thanks Jason Poel, I'm trying my best! :)