Make yourself a creative and unique Pallet Photo Clock in about an hour. You only need a scrap piece of pallet wood and a clock mechanism.
I want a Pallet Photo Clock! How do I make one?:
I wanted this piece to look rustic and aged. I started with a few scrap pieces of wood, and simply glued them together with white glue to give me a rough square shape. I clamped them and let them dry. Next, I cut the edges with a circular saw and sanded it down the way I wanted. I then aged the piece with a Dremel VersaTip. I used a Dremel to do the back carve-out for the clock body and mechanism, as well as to drill through for the clock hands.
I transferred the numbers and photos using the laser printer transfer technique (such as described at photojojo.com). When it was dry, I aged it carefully with sandpaper. I did a final prep for the sealant. I ordered the clock assembly from aliexpress.com for less than 1 Euro. Now I have an adorable, instantly-aged Pallet Photo Clock!
l'orologio è stato realizzato con scarti da pallet incollati fra di loro con colla vinilica, poi i bordi dono stati frastagliati a mano con una sega circolare, invecchiati con il versatip della dremel. Numeri e foto sono state trasferite con la tecnica del trasferimento da stampa laser e invecchiate con carta vetrata. infine finitura superficiale fatta con vetrificante per parquet. L'orologio sta arrivando da aliexpress a meno di un euro. Lo scasso interno fatto con una piccola presa dremel per passaggi successivi.
Editor's notes on this Pallet Photo Clock:
Editor's note: Per the manufacturer, The Dremel VersaTip is a: "Multipurpose tool for woodburning, soldering, hot knife cutting of styrofoam and plastics, cutting and fusing rope."
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Editor’s note: “Aliexpress.com is the retail side of Alibaba and is a place to purchase goods in small quantities."
Editor’s note: Photojojo.com is a photography newsletter and community forum site.
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