Chris Gardner

Chris Gardner

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Comments - How To: Make a DIY Asterisk Clock (for under $10.00)

Chris Gardner on Apr 15, 2014:

@S - check out step 7: "When the paint is dry, use glue to attach the clock hands to your DIY facades. Let dry, then use a combo of drill bits and a craft knife to carve away the holes that allow the hands to fit on the shaft."


S on Apr 14, 2014:

How do you attach the hands?  I see no mention of holes. 


Miya on Sep 12, 2013:

Hi Chris,

It looks so great.

wanted to know how to get your book and to ask what color yellow and brand you used for this clock. Also can I use a 1/8" hardboard?

Thanks so much.


christopher kandrat on Apr 23, 2011:

extremely creative, I haven't seen such an awesome clock, and can be created for about 10 bucks.


jet-h on Apr 18, 2011:

awesome, love the colour and the design and how you hang it on the wall. well done!!!! very cool, thank you for your great tute and sharing, LOve it!!!!;-D


John on Apr 17, 2011:

I love mid century modern clocks and this one looks like it would be fun and rewarding to build myself.


Las Flores del Sur on Apr 14, 2011:

So bright and radiant!! Beautiful!


DesigningMom on Apr 13, 2011:

Totally Awesome Chris!


Sarah @ The Ugly Duckling House on Apr 13, 2011:

This looks great!  I especially like the color choice - it will match the legs of my DIY dog dish stand in the kitchen!


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