Vintage Electric Wall Clock

Wall clocks can come in many different designs, such as Western-style, plain, pendulum style or kitchen utensil collection. Adding to the clocks of the house with a personal touch is an easy project to do. Using block material duvet and electric clock kit from a craft store or department, many models are available to choose from.

Measure the plywood the same size as the shadow box frame the photo to use. Cut the plywood with a circular saw.

Place the quilt block on top of the cons-plated and move until desired look is plywood. quilt block cut with scissors half an inch longer than the plywood on each side. This supplement folds at the back of the plywood.

Spread wood glue on the top surface of plywood and secure the top cover material on top of the tail, the sweet spread to the edges. Folding the edges and the edges of the glue on the back of the plywood. The strip may be used to hold in place until the glue sets, about one hour. Now the wooden wall clocks are ready. Perfect!

Make a well in the center of the quilt block and the electric clock mechanism according to package instructions.

Remove the back of the box of the shadows and place the top of the dial quilt block the clock in the shadow zone. Dial can be so close to the glass inside or near the back of the central shadow area. Use wood glue to hold it in place by placing glue on the edges of the plywood and on the corners at the back after being positioned at the desired location.

Play a notch on the bottom of the shade in the back box to accommodate the power cord. This can be done with a Dremel tool.

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