What's really cool about this project is that you can take any wooden cutting board and turn it into a mounted wall clock. In the photo here, you can see that it's in the shape of Missouri. you can do this also, though I don't have any instructions on how to do that.
-paint and brushes
-clock hardware (can be purchased at most craft stores)
-power drill and drill bit
First, paint any part of the clock you want. I chose to paint just the edges. Neon colors tend to show up better with a layer of white paint (primer) underneath. So I did that first and then added my pink.
Then you drill your hole in the center of the state (measure and just do your best, as each state shape is different). Also, if you are unsure what size drill bit you need for your clock hardware, start smaller and working your way up through the sizes. But if it's too small, you can always drill it a little bigger.
Once you're finished, hang it up or give as a cute gift!
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