Decor Project This Easy To Make Clock Uses Wooden Molding To Add A Special Touch Of Elegance
Decor project this easy to make clock uses wooden molding to add a special touch of elegance is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by victor with ID 12933809001 was uploaded on 19-01-2019 and has been viewed 174,653 times.
Mantel Clock MATERIALS LIST1 3/4" x 3 1/2" x 8"Top Oak1 3/4" x 3 1/2" x 7 1/2"Bottom Oak2 3/4" x 2 1/2" x 6"Sides Oak1 1/4" x 6" x 6"Front Oak PlywoodDrill the HolesDrill dowel holes in the top and bottom of the side pieces, centered on the width of the board, and ¾" from the side edges.
Next, drill matching holes in the top and bottom pieces.Chamfer the TopChamfer the top piece slightly with a sanding block.Alternatively, you can use a hand plane to create the chamfer.Mitre and Glue the PiecesCut mitres on the molding using a mitre box and glue them to the top and bottom pieces as shown.
Install a HandleInstall a handle in the top.Tack the SupportsTack the front supports to the sides with brads.Assemble the ClockAssemble the clock by applying glue to the mating surfaces and in the dowel holes, then insert the dowels and position the top and bottom onto the sides.
Clamp and check to make sure it is square before allowing it to dry.Apply the Clock FaceDrill a hole in the centre of the plywood clock front to accommodate the diameter of the shaft.Paint the plywood and glue the clock face on.
Add the clock mechanism...