DIY Wood Clocks From Scraps of Wood
I had some scraps of wood lying around in my shed and wanted to try and find something to make with them and came up with these idea’s.
I cut wood to the size I wanted, and covered all the pieces using a stapler with Lion fabric. I used a nail gun to join all the pieces together in the shape that I wanted and poured Liquid Glass over it. The center was cut to shape using a jig saw and I routered out a hole in the back for the clock mechanism. Stained the wood and gave it 2 coats of varnish.
Clock made from scraps of wood and a stick on wall decal. And A few cast iron studs to give it a great look.
Similar design, I just added a decal to the face as an added feature.
I added a wall decal to the wood, then added the stain, once it was dry I removed the decal and the words where in the wood. I used a hole saw to cut out the circles for the photo's and glued them on after I added the photo's.
- Recycled wood
- Clock mechanisms (Craft shop)
- Stain and varnish (Hardware store)
- Norton Liquid Glass (Local Paint store)
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Published August 14th, 2016 7:55 PM
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