I made my own Woodland Cree Clock

I have since corrected the Cree spelling on all the downloadable clocks. Please see the new laminated version I have at the bottom of this page.

[Note: FREE PDF DOWNLOADS – PLAINS & WOODLAND CREE CLOCK – Charlie]

I decided to make my own Woodland Cree Clock using one of the FREE CREE IMAGES I have on this website:  http://firstnationstories.com/?page_id=1368

I selected the one I wanted, and I clicked on it:

It opened up by itself in the browser and I “right-clicked” and left-clicked, “Save image as”:

I saved it to my downloads page, printed it.

I used Matte paper and the settings you see on the image below.

I printed it out:

 

I needed to poke a hole in the middle, so after using a thumb tack to get it started, I finished using a pencil for the clock hand base to fit:

A week before, I ordered a DIY clock tool such as the one below, from EBAY.CA, which has instructions online:

So I now have a working Woodland Cree Clock

Thank you for viewing. I would also recommend laminating the printed clock, even if it is on matte paper. It would most likely last longer. It’s hard to say how long the clock will stay straight, so I may have to get it laminated at some point.

New Clock with corrected numbers and laminated.

ebay.ca search link “diy clock tools” – https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_odkw=diy+clock+kit&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR10.TRC0.A0.H0.Xdiy+clock+tools.TRS0&_nkw=diy+clock+tools&_sacat=0

 

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