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I thought it would be fun to make a clock out of a jigsaw puzzle with a puzzle piece moving around on one of the arms of the ...
* Clock mechanism * Jigsaw puzzle, or blank jigsaw puzzle and a cool image or print that you would like to use. * Craft foam * Cardboard * ...
Remove puzzle pieces to create a roundish shape, also take off the pieces at the 3, 6, 9, and 12 position. Brush glue onto the front of the ...
Trim off the excess paper with a knife/scissors. Make sure that you keep the piece at 12 o'clock intact since we will be putting this on the minute ...
Find the centre point of the puzzle and cut a hole large enough for the clock mechanism part to fit through.
I added a piece of cardboard to give the clock more stability. Cut to fit and make a hole in line with the centre hole of the puzzle.
Use stencils (or draw your own ) to cut the numbers out of craft foam, then glue them onto the clock. (This is a bit tricky since I ...
Assemble the clock mechanism, move the minute hand to 12 o'clock and glue the 12 o'clock puzzle piece onto the hand so the piece fits over the space ...
I taped a paperclip to the back of the clock mechanism so I could hang the clock on the wall.
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