Wouldn't you love to have a Pallet Clock like this one? You can make one yourself from a piece of a pallet and a clock that cost 1 Euro!
How I made my Delicious Pallet Clock:
I used a piece of a wide lead board for this piece. I drilled out the hole and cut a space for the clock mechanism body to reside. I dry-fitted it, and once I felt it was seated properly, I removed temporarily. I cut some decorative edges on the board, to give it a general shape of a piece of bread. Then I used a Dremel VersaTip tool to do the decorative pyrography along the edges. When I was satisfied with the look, I added the face numbers and then sealed the piece. I reinstalled the clock mechanism and added a picture frame hook on the back so I can hang it up.
Editor's Note: Per the manufacturer, Dremel VersaTip is a "Multipurpose tool for woodburning, soldering, hot knife cutting of styrofoam and plastics, cutting and fusing rope."
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ritagliato con traforo da pianale da pallet, orologio preso su aliexpress a meno di un euro. effetto bruciato con fiamma con dremel versatip, finitura superficiale con cristallizzante per parquet