DIY Chalkboard Clock

When it comes to my home interior I have major commitment issues. In an ideal world I would buy all new things every month. However I am poor so I like things to be easy to customise. For ages now I have been unhappy with my clock. It was a quick buy when I first moved out. It was kind of what I wanted, reasonably cheap and almost an instant regret (which isn’t something you want from something you look at multiple times a day). After a year I decided to have a bit of fun.

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I’m lazy, so I wanted revamping it to be a quick and easy process and preferably not have to leave the house, change out of my PJs or spend any money. All in all it took me an hour.

I used:

My unloved clock,

Adhesive chalkboard paper (from Tiger),

Pencil,

White marker pen,

Scissors & Chalk (I forgot about these until later).

The process was so incredibly easy I’m not going to go into a lot of detail.

First, take the clock apart, don’t loose any pieces or forget how to put it back together again:

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Second, draw around the clock onto the reverse side of the adhesive chalkboard paper:

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Third, cut it out:

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Fourth, stick it to the face of the clock, make a hole in the paper for the hands and stuff to go through, and fix it all back together:

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Fifth, draw on your design, I went for my evening routine, not that I’ve stuck to it at all but I live in hope. I chose to use a white marker pen (that won’t rub off) to put dots where the numbers would go. Then just hang it on the wall.

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When you get bored you can change it to whatever you like. Or if you’re anything like me, keep forgetting to.

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