Moon-Themed Clock

These do it yourself moon-themed clock is great as decoration in kids’ rooms or your science classroom. You can create any background you want. It is time to make your room more beautiful.

Ingredients:

  1. Moon-themed image.
  2. Dial
  3. Round Cork
  4. Scissors
  5. Clock movement mechanism
  6. Glue

STEP 1

Making the moon-themed clock is easy. First,  google a great moon-themed image and printed it on A4 paper.

STEP 2

Cut the moon out of paper and glued it to the same size on the cardboard. 

STEP 3

Since the clock movement required a little more thickness on the dial, glue it to the back of the round cork. 

STEP 4

Drill a hole in the middle of the print, the dial, and the cork. 

STEP 5

Glue the clock movement mechanism and tik tak! Your clock works well.

DIY Details

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Avg. Duration

1 hour

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