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Super easy project, make a book into a clock. Perfect for a child's bedroom--use a storybook. Or the kitchen--use a cookbook. I made one for my friend's two-year-old ...
This is a really easy project that hardly needs explanation. Once you see the idea, I'm sure you'll come up with all sorts of cool variations. Supplies: A ...
I forgot to do this and I'm mad at myself! Before you start, you may want to cut out a few pages of the book to frame to ...
This is optional but all the clock sets I found were in a nasty brass color. I spray painted my hands and numbers matte black.
While your paint is drying, drill a hole in the spot you marked. I used a 5/16 bit but you'll want to follow the instructions that came with ...
Follow the instructions that came with your clock parts. The only tricky part is the thickness of the book. I kept finding my book too thick for the ...
You may want to use glue, the stick-um on the numbers is weak. Also, use the longest hand as the guide for where the numbers should be. If ...
Seriously easy, eh? And a great gift for a kid. Or for anyone. There is a book for every hobby...Have fun,Melissahttp://underconstructionblog.typepad.com
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