The first thing we did was to make the hole in the record big enough for the clock movements to fit through it. We just eyeballed it to cut away a little at a time of the hole until we got a tight fit.
Laura then colored her cd with a sharpie marker and then used paint pens to draw the numbers on the clock.
White paint was used to outline the edges of the record and she embelished that with stickers and sharpie markers.
The last step is to assemble the clock movements on the clock. The back of the package told us how this is simply done. Set the clock and now Laura won't ever be late for anything ever again!
Becky chose to make her clock a mosaic. She cut up old cds to use as her mosaic pieces.
After making the hole in the record big enough for the clock works, she glued the cd into the center and then arranged her mosaic pieces.
The sharpie markers worked great on the cds.
After the cd pieces were on the record, Becky put the clock movement parts into the clock. Instead of numbers, she used cd mosaic pieces to represent the numbers on the clock. VERY COOL!
Becky's finished product.