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I really enjoy the steampunk aesthetic and was inspired to make a wristclock while working on crayon holders for my daughter's birthday.
Materials 1x4x8 furring strip wood glue small nails Spray Paint - Aged Copper and Gold Various screws/spring/whatever inspires you small hinges small latch Old watch Tools Miter Saw ...
I got the idea for the wrist gear from this instructable. I don't know how my mind made the leap from wooden beer mug to steampunk wristclock, but ...
Once your wood is cut you will need to put it together. Since this is the base of your project you need to spend time making sure it ...
I selected some screws and the watch face I wanted to use. The watch had paint on it so I removed that with some finger nail polish remover. ...
Now wear your wristclock from the Golden Gear Society.
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