If frame has glass and back, remove them (not needed for this project).
Apply several coats of white paint to frame, letting dry after each coat. You can use a soft cloth to wipe away some of the paint before it dries for an aged look, if desired.
Measure frame opening; mark these dimensions on wood sign, centering the most interesting part of the sign in the measured area.
Cut out sign to form clock face.
On wrong side of face, mark a line from upper right to lower left corner, then from upper left to lower right corner, forming an X. Refer to clock kit for size of hole required for your kit; drill hole at center of X.
Follow kit directions to mount clock works on back of face and hands on front.
Apply glue to outer edges of face; place in frame.
Photographed by Amy Herring
Produced By and Styled by Ingrid Leess
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