Well i had an old speaker from a tape/radio so i thought i'd free it from its turquoise confinement and put it into somthing stylish!
FOSSIL WATCH CONTAINER
OLD PAIR OF HEADPHONES
HOT GLUE GUN AND DUH THE GLUE STICKS
A LITTLE CARDBOARD
SOLDER (SO U CAN CONNECT THE WIRES)
Step 1: Get a fossil watch
ok i know they're over-priced and from the buckle and is not at all the instructable state-of-mind because of the expense but i already had one around the house and i thought it was a neat container for a speaker .......... anyway onward toward the directions
I first drew a line around the speaker on the back-side of the lid. After that i poked a hole in the lid (large enough to fit a needle nose plyers) and i pulled it in a circular direction until it connected to the other side... i then bent the side edges inward toward the inside of the tin....... i did it with my thumb be careful not to cut yourself it is sharp (i didn't but just a warning, i dont wanna hear any sob storys)
Step 2: Pokin a hole
poke a hole in the back near the bottom and wedge somthing into it (i used a sissors) and i twisted it until i could fit a headphone jack through it.
Step 3: The speaker
i soldered the leads from the headphone jack to the speaker ....... then instead of cuting the long wire and resoldering it i neatly rapped the cord around the back of the speaker and secured it with hot glue........ then i cut the right size peice of card board and glued the speaker to it ........ i also added supports for around the edges, look at the picture...