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Friday, June 12, 2009

What Time Is It?


Here’s a piece of CRAFT to share!

By Tes


Materials:

1 ¼ ‘thick wood – the shape will depend on your creativity

Clock kit – can be found in any craft store

Paint

Wood Glue

Choice of words to decorate the face of your clock

**For this particular project, I used ARIAL font - size: 135


Procedure:

1. Paint the wood pieces

2. Print, cut and paste the words on the surface of your clock.






3. Glue the wood pieces together using wood glue.

4. Drill a hole where you want the hands of your clock to be positioned.

** For this particular project the machine “hands” of my clock I bought were gold, I sprayed it with black paint to create contrast.





What time is it?

It is time you enjoy a time piece that projects your personality!










14 comments:

  1. Hi Tes, thanks a lot for sharing your classic art, I love the design, black speaks of elegance, teeheee. And the design that does not hand the time right away, makes one analyze the position of of hour, minute and second hands to answer the question that it asked, "what time is it". it is so great also for kids who are still learning how to read time as it encourages them to analyze and think also at the same time.

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  2. finally, we have an entry to our craft bug Tes, so great. added a link to craft bug and moved it up in categories so that it is now alphabetical order.

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  3. i agree beth,it is very handy to teach kids of time.i'll try to give it a go. ysabelle will enjoy putting it all up. see if i can buy those tomorrow.

    thanks tesya...the craftista!!

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  4. I remember this one and been meaning to make one to show my creativity (nye???).

    Time.. I need time ... hehehehehe

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  5. love the bright colors of the clock, tes! you are soooo good at stuff like this:) i totally admire you!! hopefully, after i get real good at diaper-changing and all the other duties new moms must learn, i'll have time to learn some crafts such as this one:) hey, maybe you could even be my online mentor!! keep this up .. you are an inspiration to us all!

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  6. This is so neat! My young nieces and I could make this ourselves on a weekend.

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  7. craftista rocks! keep it coming, girl! can't wait for you to feature your great pieces of beads craft...

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  8. Tes, love this clock. I'm also into crafts and working on a family wall clock. I'll have all our photos there.

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  9. Hi Tes,
    I saw a clock that I instantly loved in an Italian furniture shop. I stayed only one day in the city were I saw the clock and I couldn't enter the shop to ask information, so when I came back home I searched for "what time is it clock" in google images to find the designer and the brand.
    I found the picture of the clock I had seen... but it was yours!!! You've been plagiarized?? However I didn't find any other picture, information or shop, so I think I will not be able to buy it... so thank you for the idea of making it by myself!

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  10. Tesya you are so creative girlash, the name craftista really fits to you girlash ;)


    ahmmm, hallu! Anonymous! ;)

    hehe sang Italian shop naman yang pinuntahan mo ha Ineng? hehe ;) at ng mapuntahan ko din hehehe ;) anong name ng city? sa Italya ba kamo? ha!ha!ha! ;) just kidding, Choi? *winks* *kindat* ha!ha! ;)

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  11. huy kangkarot! di ako sumulat nyan sis. tawag ko kay tes tesya, di tes. di pa ako nagpunta sa italy at never ako pumasok sa italian shop makabasag pa ako dun! hehehe di ko rin alam ano ang plajarays ba kamu? hanu ba yun?

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  12. Ha!ha!ha! ikaw talaga Choi ;) sowwepot ulit hehe kala ko kasi ikaw yang Anonymous kasi ikaw lang naman ang mahilig mag anonymous e hehe ;)

    ewan ko choi.. di ko alam e, plaGAYArized ata! hehehe ;) ambot! wala din akong alam dyan Choi! hehehe ;)

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