3. Eight 1" wooden balls - $2.79 for a package of 20
4. *Optional* Metal accents found in the scrapbook aisle of the craft store - $1.49
5. Clock parts - $6.50
6. Eight metal rods of any type - you could also spray paint wooden dowels - FREE from my dad
7. Silver/chrome spray paint - had on hand
8. Wooden cutting board or similar wood disc - $5.99
Total: less than $25!!
Now, there are several things I need to point out first before we proceed. First, I bought the stencils for the numbers before I decided to use the face of our existing clock instead. But if you don't have that as an option, then continue with the stencils. Second, I bought the cutting board for $5.99 thinking it would work perfectly. However, as you will see next, it was too thick for the clock mechanism. So something thinner might be a better option.
Now here is where you are on your own. I then added the glass clock face from our previous wall clock to the front of the board. However, you're going to have to use the stencils to make the numbers on the front. Or, if you want, you could just use hash marks instead of numbers. Or just 12, 3, 6, and 9. Your call.
For a fraction of the cost of the ones I found online, I now have a one-of-a-kind retro starburst clock in my living room :)