- Do you sell Silly Walk clocks?
No, I'm afraid I don't have the time to make and sell these clocks. But they're surprisingly easy to make yourself. Check out the tutorial, and let me know if you have any questions!
Edit: I may perhaps, possibly, maybe start selling a few clocks of s slightly new design on Etsy. I won't sell them by the hundreds or anything, so I still recommend making your own. If/when I maybe, possibly, perhaps start that Etsy shop I will post info on it here.
- Can I get the image files you used when you made the clock?
Of course! They're not perfect, but better than any I managed to find. They're available for download from the tutorial.
- Where did you buy the clockwork?
I bought it at a Swedish store called Clas Ohlson, which has pretty much anything from kitchenware, to hardware, to toys and electronics. However, I know that they also sell similar clockworks at my local crafts store.
- How much would the materials for the clock cost?
It's very hard to give an estimate because I'm sure the price varies very much depending on where you buy your materials. I should say that the cost could be between 120 - 220 SEK, which at the time of writing is approx. $15 - $30 USD or €12 - €25 EUR. The price depends on whether or not you have to buy decoupage glue/brushes - but if you do, you probably won't use up all of it so you'll have glue/varnish left for other projects :). I haven't included any of the tools in the price, but the price of a plastic folder is included.
- The clockwork print smudges when I try decoupaging it. What am I doing wrong?
It has come to my attention that inkjet prints aren't very good for decoupaging. If you can, print it using a laser printer. If you don't have access to one you can perhaps find some help among the tips here: Piddix.
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