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Published 28.11.2015 | Author : admin | Category : Free Fishing Boat Plans

The planter boxes are made with t-111  plywood siding, which has an 8" groove pattern in it.
If you’re reading this and I happened to be on the phone with you yesterday and were laughing and talking and I was telling you all about how I was going to make these beeswax candles and I went on and on about it and told you I was going to post it on the blog….. But that is a story for another day when I’m not trying to tell you all about how to make a pallet wood clock.
Remember the brother that made the pallet wood letters and the pallet wood Christmas trees? So he explained to me how he made it and even gave me a link to where he found the clock hands.
Cut out a 4 inch diameter center of the circle (this is where you will attach the clock movement piece). He also suggested using the end of a plywood spool (like the ones you find hardware stores). Then….lay the pieces of pallet wood end to end and stagger them like bricks on top of the plywood circle. Once dry, flip the glued pallet top over to show the plywood circle which now has rows of pallet wood glued and nailed on to it. Then cut out your circle with a jig saw.  You will cut through the plywood and the pallet wood together at the same time. You can follow the directions that come with the kit…but essentially you will be drilling a hole in the plywood and attaching the clock hands to the front and the clock movement piece to the back connected by a threaded shaft in the center. Perfect place for the rustic yet industrial project and it even has a practical use – telling time even from across the room or the next room and maybe getting people to places on time.

It looks amazing KariAnne- I have always wanted to make one of these (okay, maybe not always, but for several months now).
A woodburning tool would also make letters and stars for those who are wanting to do something similar. I have projects that have been like that, and I told my blog readers I would be doing them–um, yeah. Caitlin from The Merry Thought shares this awesome tutorial for turning very small pieces or scraps of hardwood into natural wooden rings. She uses a few specialized tools like a belt sander and scroll saw, but you could recreate this project with a coping saw and some sandpaper. If you're looking for hardwood scraps, contact a wood flooring company or local cabinet shop.
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Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. I was thinking of making something like this for over my daughter's bed, kind of like a canopy. But no where did you say it is a magic clock, so I guess I will have to make it and see for myself. I am so sorry about your backsplash and your lack of potential light in the future power outage but you made me feel so much better because….
My daughter and her husband just finished building their rustic country home and this would be the perfect accent for their family room.

Did he do something to the pallet wood where the hands are suppose to be to make it thinner? The only necessary tool is a Forstner bit to drill out the hole for your finger, which you'll do as the first step before cutting and shaping the ring to size. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.
You remind me of one of those fantastic figure skaters who perform a difficult jumps and they twirl and twirl and almost fall but then land gracefully. The size makes it stand out, but the materials keep it from overpowering the focus of the room!
The cool part is you can make the actual shape of the ring whatever you like: a simple band for yourself, or a more decorative shape for a lady in your life. Once that was dry we sanded it down one last time and then I added one more coat of paint to seal the deal. After doing a little googling, I decided to make one of my own, that way it would be unique.

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