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Ordinary clocks can be incredibly boring, so here's an easy way to make an interesting time piece.
You’ll need: A clock motor set - made for a 1/4 inch clock face A sheet of cardboard 1/8 inch thick Pencil Exacto knife Pattern paper Masking tape ...
An easy way to make a circle is to trace the circumference of a large lid or bowl – I used an 8 ½ inch lid. Trace the ...
The clock face will actually be made out of two layers of cardboard. As with the pattern, merely trace the lid onto the cardboard two times. Using an ...
The paste: 1 part glue to 1 part water, mix until completely blended. Cut a piece of paper about the size of the clock face. Brush the ...
Once both pieces are dry and pressed flat, take the top piece and spread glue on the back. Carefully align the front and back parts of the clock ...
Using the paints of your choice paint the clock face. To make precise edges and shapes when painting, it helps to use masking tape to block the areas ...
Follow the directions that come with the clock motor set to properly assemble the clock face and hands. Hang and enjoy!
A clock motor set - made for a 1/4 inch clock face
A sheet of cardboard 1/8 inch thick
One AA battery
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