Step 1: Supplies
-Some type of Krylon clear spray paint, I used Crystal Clear Acrylic Coating.
-A old record (the better the condition the better the final product will be).
-A clock housing *Sometimes you can get a kit with the clock, numbers, and hands, check your local craft store.
-Self Adhesive Numbers
-Scissors (to open the packaging)
-Supper Glue (if needed)
-Sand Paper (if needed)
-Something to clean off the old record
Step 2: Clean Your Clock
-Use what ever you have, a damp cloth, a wipe, a paper towel, etc. then clean the record on the side you wish to have facing out.
Step 3: Paint It
-Make sure the surface is fully dry and dust free (having dust on it will reduce the appearance).
-Go to a well ventilated area and paint the record, shake the can of paint up good to prevent unwanted splatter.
-You should recoat it 1 or 2 more times. Let it dry for about 15 minutes between coats.
-The coats of paint really ad to the appearance.
Step 4: Add the Numbers
-Once the paint it dry attach the numbers on to the clock. I first gently attach the 12, 3, 6, and 9 numbers, putting them down gently will allow for adjustments.
-Then attach the 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, and 11 evenly spaced and also gently. Once they all seam to be in the right spot press them down hard so they can stick.
-If one of the numbers is loose then you can use the supper glue.
Step 5: Putting It All Together
-Insert the shaft through the hole in the record.
-Then put on the washer and nut and snug them up using the pliers.
-Press around the circle on the hour hand to make it slide on.
-Slide on the minute hand.
-Screw the smaller nut in place over the minute hand.
-Press the second hand in place.
Step 6: Making It Run
-Set the time on the clock by turning the little wheel on the back of the clock.
-And last but not least find a spot on the wall to hang your masterpiece.