DIY Project Idea: Minimalist Mountain Clock

Say Yes to Hoboken

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With most of the country cooped up inside as the weather just seems to be getting weirder and weirder, you might find yourself with a little bit of cabin fever. Pass the time with a project that will keep you inspired until your next outdoor getaway: this minimalist mountain clock crafted from wood.

While the initial cutout does require a scroll saw, the rest of the project is straightforward: just glue, sand, paint, and drill to hang. The clock uses a clock movement kit that can be found in any crafts store. Craft contributor Caitlin painted hers black, but you can match the clock hands to your own decor.

See the full tutorial on Say Yes to Hoboken!

(Image credits: Caitlin for Say Yes to Hoboken)

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Linda runs the award-winning blog Garden Betty, which chronicles her adventures in the dirt and on the road. She lives on a modern homestead by the sea where she raises backyard chickens, makes farm-to-fork meals, and surfs secret spots with her husband.

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