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Expensive clock.
I didn't actually make it because I didn't have that much money, but it is fun and when you are in need you can just take some money of your clock.

Posted by Wouter from Haarlem, North Holland, The Netherlands • Published See Wouter's 13 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Draw around the plate on the cardboard to make a circle and cut it out.

  • How to make a clock. Money Clock - Step 2
    Step 2

    (optionally) paint the circle blue with twelve yellow stars for the EU flag or in the colors of your country's flag.

  • How to make a clock. Money Clock - Step 3
    Step 3

    Stick the money on the clock, €1 at 1 o'clock, €2 at 2 o'clock, etc.

  • How to make a clock. Money Clock - Step 4
    Step 4

    Cut out a hole and stick in the clock kit.

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Elizabeth H.
Elizabeth H. · Athens, Alabama, US · 12 projects
haha that is a neat idea, I'd like to have one that automatically replaces the money when ever I use it ;)
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Wouter
Wouter · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 13 projects
If you went on a holiday to a place where the currency isn't worth much, you could also use what you have left over from there. Good ideas you have too! Thanks, Cat!
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kermit
kermit · Maastricht, Limburg, NL · 8 projects
Hehe it looks good! Ask your dad if he has some old guldens lying around and you could make a retro clock ;)
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1398 projects
Aww this is a really sweet idea, thanks for sharing Happy
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Molliewobbles
Molliewobbles · Ann Arbor, Michigan, US · 7 projects
It'd be fun with Monopoly $$$$$!!!!!
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Jasmin N.
Jasmin N. · Campbell River, British Columbia, CA · 9 projects
ok, thats cool. But i think doing it in fake money (likes school coins and things) would be A LOT cheaper.
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