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sad sam13/08/2010 18:13:33
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here is a novelty clock i made for my grandson for learning to tell the time
anybody got any more novelty clock ideas
cheers sadsam

Edited By sparky on 13/08/2010 19:48:26

Big Al13/08/2010 18:19:27
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How's that sam? I do like this, lovely idea, good choice of timbers. Well done.
Sparky13/08/2010 19:51:57
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Thanks Al
Very nice Sam.
I haven't any room for things like this, maybe a Christmas present for someone special
robert dignam13/08/2010 20:07:42
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hi sam heres one i made a while back
dennis wake13/08/2010 22:19:18
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hi Robby
     i do like the clock i now realise what you were on about on wednsday.
well done
Ralph Harvey14/08/2010 22:35:09
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Both very nice ideas
I have built many clocks but never anything like these well turned both of you.
sad sam15/08/2010 18:27:38
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hi all
thanks for the comments and i do like your clown clock robert i may copy the hat
i have to design a novelty clock for my 9 year old granddaughter know any ideas would be very welcome
Alan T.16/08/2010 11:17:50
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Hello Sam, Well done, nice one.   Alan T.

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