Picture of Lego Wall Clock
I wanted to make a Lego wall clock for my son's birthday.  I did some quick looking on line thinking I could find one premade, but I couldn't - just Lego themed normal clocks.  I wanted a clock made out of Legos - here's how I made it.

Step 1: Obtain Parts

Here are the parts that I used for this project:

Lego Parts:
Large Green Baseplate Lego Site
Minifigures: when I purchased these, there was a special for 4 random minifigures for a couple of dollars, I think.  Obviously, optional.

The following parts were ordered from Lego's Pick-A-Brick site:
To find these parts, enter text between single quotes into Brick Name field on Pick-A-Brick.
'Plate 1X1' (many, assorted colors)
Quantity 1: 'Plate 1X8' (hour hand)
Quantity 1: 'Plate 1X12' (minute hand)
Quantity 1: 'Clamp 1X2' (handle for figure to hold on to)
Quantity 4: 'Plate 2X2 Angle' (stands for figures)
As far as number of the Plate 1x1, I took a guess.  Most of the colors I ordered 12, but since there weren't 12 different colors, on some I ordered 30 just to be safe.  As you can see, the 2 took 14 of these plates, while the 1 takes 6.  Of course, you don't have to use 1X1 plates, you can mix and match sizes and shapes, but I didn't want to get that complex.

Clock Motor:
This is a very basic quartz clock movement.  It should be available at hobby or craft stores, as well as many sources online.  If you pay more than $10, it's probably too much.  The one I bought was number 10002 from Klockit.com.  It came with free hands which I did not use, but they were nice for sizing the holes in the Lego hands.
rbicher4 months ago

Thank you for the great idea. It is very cool, and my friends also want this watch. They are all jealos :D

werehog6 months ago
Good job, although I have a question that my friend wants to know. He wants to know, does the clock work like actually tell time?
JonnyBGood2 years ago
Very cool!
XD I was right
This is cool! Good job! Bet it gets featured!!! good luck!