DIY photo frame clock

Let’s be honest, how often do you look at the clock? When you go to the job, when are you waiting for someone, when you are going somewhere? But you can make to watch to be the most interesting part of a room.

For this project you will need:

  • 12 or 13 picture frames measuring 5 × 7.5 cm or similar dimensions,
  • just as many photos
  • analog clock
  • scissors
  • Adhesive tape
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • scalpel
  • ruler
  • hammer
  • pegs

Step 1:

Mark the layout frames on the wall. Use an ordinary graphite pencil so you can later delete the bookmarks with a rubber band. Start from the image at the top, then place a mark under it where it will be clockwork and below it the same distance set the image that will be the replacement for 6 hours. The rest is easy.

Step 2:

Set images into the frames. You can use the photos that you remember in that time of the day you have taken and which are dear to you, or pictures of favorite foods that you arrange hourly when to eat those food, or simply pictures of numbers … use your imagination. You do not have to use the same frame styles and sizes but be careful not to be too large.

Step 3:

You can set the clockwork under the ordinary course of hard wax paper or you can choose one of the frames. Be careful not to distort hands.

Step 4:

Place the pointers. Make sure the clock is running.

Step 5:

It’s time to nail the pegs the wall in a predetermined point. The best are discrete pegs that will not be seen under the photo frames. Then, delete all lines that have previously drawn. Use a clean eraser to avoid smudging the wall.

Step 6:

Hang the frames with pictures of the places you have intended.

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