Supplies- I got everything at Hobby Lobby except the power drill of course.
cork board 14X14
access to printer
black permanent marky
clock hands (optional)
1. Print jpeg. file on transfer paper. For this specific brand (Grafix) it says to print on the rough side not the filmy side.
2. Next cut each number and word out.
3. Remove glossy film and place sticky side over the paper.There is 2 sides to a transfer paper (I did not know this). Becareful not to rub it in or you will smudge your ink. Repeat this step for all your numbers and word phrase.
4.Take your film and stamp it onto your cork board. Scratch it on with your finger nails or if you don't have any like I do use a spoon. Gently remove the film or you will take off some cork excess. Repeat this step for all your numbers and word phrase.
5. Trace numbers with a black sharp point tip permanent marker. I used Prismacolor and it works perfect. Repeat this step for all your numbers and word phrase.
6. After you have traced your numbers you can now add the phrase "whatever I'm late anyways".
7. Now it's about that time to add your clock. I got mine at Hobby Lobby and also got an extra pair of hands because I didn't care for the ones that it came with.
8. Turn over corkboard, measure, mark the center and drill.
9. Now your ready to put your clock parts starting thru the back. Follow the directions that came with the package.
10. Last step, your clock is now ready for batteries. Your done now admire your work!
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