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    Can anyone suggest where I would find clock faces, as in the face and mechinism, to use to make a wall clock?
    Katian Mosaics

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    I would be interested in these also if anyone knows where to get some from
    Maz

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    • #3
      Hi we are able to cut the clock faces out if thats any help.
      We have in the past bought our clock mechanisms from e-bay.
      http://butterbeandesigns.co.uk/

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      • #4
        Try www.opitec.co.uk

        big supplier of craft bits and pieces, an absolutley awful site to use but request the catalogue - know they do clock hands and mechanisms etc as I've had them from them in the past.
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        • #5
          If you want clocks that are unique then try car boot sales etc - hubby just made a clock for his sister that he cobbled together from 3 different clocks and it cost him about £3!
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          • #6
            Thinking of doing clocks katian_krafts ?

            I think I'd would work well for you!
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            • #7
              My husband used to make fantastic clocks and he got his mechanisms in bulk from a jewellers. However Argos sell clocks for a couple of pounds which included everything you needed. He would need to by the mechanism, hands and screws etc all separately and even in bulk it added up. He ended up buying the clocks from Argos (I suppose you can get cheap ones in Ikea too) and using their hands and mechanisms.

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              • #8
                I do my wooden clock with paper clock faces somebody designed for me and then varnish them, I buy my mechanisms through E-Bay which work out quite cheap, can't think who from at the mo though!!
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                • #9
                  Think this was the guy i bought my mechanisms from
                  http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/5-CLOCK-KITS-M...QQcmdZViewItem
                  http://butterbeandesigns.co.uk/

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                  • #10
                    Ooo thanks for the Michelle, they are metal hand ones. May give them a go. The one I use is :

                    http://home-garden.search.ebay.co.uk...QsassZsteveaap

                    These are plastic but still brilliant, haven't had any problems with them so far!
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 0103media View Post
                      Thinking of doing clocks katian_krafts ?

                      I think I'd would work well for you!
                      Sure am! The idea hit me last night but couldn't find clock faces on ebay or through searching on google. Thanks guys, will have a look at those sites now!
                      Katian Mosaics

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                      • #12
                        Thanks for the links everyone, I am off to source some stuff for my new projects
                        Maz

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