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How To Use Scrap Plywood to DIY Wood Clock
I think not. I am all about having a clock in every corner of the house. I want to be able to look up (and turn around, if needed) and see a clock.
This time, I decided to use up some scrap plywood I had leftover to make a clock.
DIY Wood Clock Using Scrap Plywood
– Thin Scrap plywood – Scrap 1/4″ MDF or plywood – Wood stains – Clock mechanism – Jigsaw or scroll saw – Power drill – Table saw – White paint pen
Step 1 – Cut Base
Cutting your own base is optional. You can also buy wooden rounds from hardware or craft stores. You want it to be 1/4″ thick.
Step 2 - Prepare Strips
Rip the pieces of thin plywood/underlayment into 2″ wide strips.
Step 3 - Attach Strips
– Layout the strips on top of the MDF circle and adjust until you are happy with the design.
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