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Courageous Christian Father Clock

I made my own Courageous Christian Father Clock. I briefly explain how I took a cheap clock from the store into my blog ministry clock.

I made my own Courageous Christian Father Clock!

The Courageous Christian Father Clock

I took the cheap clock in the apartment that I got from Walmart. I took the plastic face cover off. I took the hands off carefully. Then took the inside out that has the numbers for the time on it out. I printed out a Courageous Christian Father logo in color and used that for cut down the logo. It so happened the logo I printed out for something else was just that size, roughly about 7 1/2 inches. I then punched a hole it in the center, again using the original as a template. After that was down I put the logo on the inside. I also secured the logo to the inside with tape. I then Put the clock hands back on the clock. Put a new battery in it and I now have a Courageous Christian Father clock. It is very simple to make.

Be careful popping the plastic cover off and on. It could break easily on you!

Courageous Christian Father Clock

You can get the family involved and create your own unique clocks. Make it a craft night. You could do collages of pictures of the family and put it together almost scrapbook like.  You can come up with any kind of theme and create your own personalized clock rather cheap. Just measure the inside so you know the circumference and use that as a template.

You can buy the clocks at Walmart or other department stores for around $5 to $15 depending on the style you get and if any current sales are going on.

My ex-wife use to make these all the time. She made some rather cool ones. The possibilities are endless in what you can do. Just use your imagination! Be creative!

I do believe that some of the best gifts that you can give a person are homemade crafty type gifts. Because they are more personal because they were made for you and the person had to put time and thought into it.

You might be able to even find templates to use to help you out on the internet if you search for it.

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