What better way to make an 80's game clock than out of 80's materials?!
So I've got a serious surplus of old cassette tapes and they just don't get listened to anymore. I don't want to throw them away, so I'll just use them up on various projects like this one!
This is a fun little Saturday afternoon project, and it really only takes about an hour to make.
-10 cassette tapes (or more or less depending on your clock design)
-A clock kit (Michaels sells these for cheap)
-Various spray paints (I used green, red and blue)
Step 1: Get Your Design Figured Out
I found the best way to do this was to gather my tapes and lay them out on a table and then arrange them how I wanted them. Then, once I had my configuration sorted out, I used my hot glue gun and glued the individual brick shapes together (2 tapes for the 'L', two for the 'square' etc). Don't glue the shapes together yet.