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This is an idea I have had in the works for a while now. I finally decided to go about making it a reality. So a productive afternoon ...
For this project you will need - A clock mechanism An old Pantone guide - (I got the pantone top 100 colours book of ebay for about £7) ...
Take apart your pantone book, and pick out 12 leafs that you like the colours best on. Using the washer make out the center towards the bottom of ...
Next I chose out my colours, and glued them in opposing coloured pairs. Roughly pick out two colours that do not match. I then aligned the holes in ...
Next I assembled the whole clock, complete with backing board onto the spindle of the clock mechanism. You can either arrange them in a spiral, or randomly, I ...
Using a ruler go around the clock and cut along all the straight edges. Make sure to place the ruler on the Pantone sections so you are cutting ...
My clock had a little round dot where the seconds hand sits. Yours may have a proper seconds hand. If so, you can easily trim down the metal ...
Using the screw of the clock mechanism secure your clock face in place. Then push on your clock hands, and the pantone logo seconds hand. Pop a battery in, put ...
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