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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. 

Step 1: Tools/Materials

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
Drill and bits
Hammer
Brasso
Finger nail polish remover
Sandpaper

I scavenged the latch from a lap table that you could angle. 
It looks like your watch face is rotated 90 degrees, but it's definately the CHUNKIEST watch strap I've ever seen. Well done.
Yeah it is rotated. More of an aesthetic choice than anything. Yes extremely chunky.
By the way dude its called a watch just thought you should know that for future refrence
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Bio: I am a former English teacher turned Interactive Media Instructor, father of four, and husband to a wonderful wife. I like to make, fix, and ... More »
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