Make a Halloween thanks D’Andrea DIY wall clock
Find the material
Here’s everything you need to build a wall for Halloween clock: a piece of wood the shape of a coffin, shoe Polish for shoes, a bomb of Brown paint, the mechanism of a clock, an instant of precision (e.g. Loctite Super Glue-3 Precision) glue, an instant glue (e.g. Loctite Super Glue-3 Power Flex), a piece of cloth, a black marker a punch in wood and Halloween decorations. Regarding the small Halloween decorations, I had them at home, but you can use what you find scary for this DIY Halloween.
Paint the piece of wood
The first thing to do is to paint the piece of wood with the Brown paint. You’ll have to apply thin layers in the meantime whenever they dry before trying again. The paint is darker, less layers must be many. You can also use acrylic paint and a brush.
Take a piece of cotton cloth, wet the tip with a bit of Polish to shoes and apply good on wood. Be careful not to put too much Polish on the cloth: you might stain the places or wood is the most absorbent. The goal is to get a layer of homogeneous color.
Paste the clock mechanism
On the rear part of the wood, apply a little instant glue (e.g.: Loctite Super Glue-3 Power Flex) on the sides of the hole. Thus, when you inséreras the mechanism, it will remain well fixed, as the glue will get stronger and you can hang the wall clock at the mur for modern style decor (see http://www.shopareview.com/home-collection_modern-decorative-wall-clocks_2016/) unless it moves.
Make a hole for the wall clock
Now look for the centre and, using wooden punch, dig a hole in the wood in order to place the clock mechanism. Ensures that each hole is the same size as the mechanism of the clock in order to fix it perfectly and immobilize it, even if later, you’ll also have to stick it to strengthen the fastening.
If each clock mechanism is different, they work the same way. It is very important to ensure that the mechanism is stuck once you insert it. So, you’ll have to keep it strong for a few seconds so it doesn’t move. Otherwise, the wall clock will be too rigid.
Decorate the clock
Once everything is dry, place the needles on the mechanism. Then add the Halloween decorations. The main hours, I chose four skulls red that I stuck with instant glue (e.g. Loctite Super Glue-3 Precision). For the rest of the hours, I used silver bright pieces. I also added plastic spider webs to improve the decoration.
Complete the decorations
Finally, just paste the additional decorations on the ends of the branches of the tree you just draw. This time I chose grey roses plastic to contrast with the rest of the Halloween decorations.
Draw a few decorations
To complete the clock and make it more beautiful, I drew a tree with a black marker. It will be used to add additional decorations. Be very careful to not place your hands on the top of the marker when you draw, as the ink may stain round the clock.
It gives chilling!
And voila! As you can see, this DIY Halloween decoration is very easy, but also cheap. So, each year, you can make a new clock or offer to your friends. It is customizable and your friends will be impressed. If you want to discover other ways to decorate clocks, just visit my blog, Alquimia Deco .
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