This is a clock I altered for my sisters birthday. The focal point is a family photo we had made a few years ago. We are a large family and we do this photo every 10 years and have since 1970.
The paper was spray painted to give it a faded look, numbers were stamped on acetate and cut out with the circle coluzzle, then run through my Xyron. The large "forever" is a Heidi Swapp stamp, most of the other words are flocked Rub-ons. I used a gold marker to cover the black clock hands.
Date: Saturday, December 16, 2006 GMT Views: 930
Registered: October 7, 2004 Location: Zachary, LA Posts: 19
Wed, Dec 27, 2006 @ 7:55 PM
In order to alter the clock's front, how do you get inside the clock? I bought a cheap clock today at Walmart I'd like to do. I've yet to figure out how to get inside it. Don't want to break anything. Was hoping the front plastic cover would just slip off. So far I'm not able to remove it. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.