· Scissors and/or blade
· 8.5″ x 11″ or 9″ x 12″ Sheet of paper in the color and thickness of your choice for the clock. I recommend either Marker Paper or Mi Teintes Paper from Canson, but your favorite paper will work too.
· Same-sized sheet of paper in a contrasting color for background. Any paper will work, but I recommend something in a solid vibrant color with some texture, like Lokta paper. Blick also has Lokta paper in a woodgrain pattern, which could be charming.
· Paper for the cuckoo. Printer paper, Canson Marker paper, origami paper… something crisp and foldable that will accept being glued.
· Same-sized piece of cardboard or foam core, 1/8″ – 1/4″ thick
· Spray glue or other type of archival glue, such as Aleene’s Memory Glue. A glue stick may work depending on your materials.
· OPTIONAL: Battery-operated clock movement mechanism with a ½ inch shaft and a minute hand around 1.5-2″ long. Available at craft stores, or get this $10 kit from amazon because I know it’s definitely the right size and you’ll have an extra one for later. (Don’t forget to check out with smile.amazon.com, and sign up to donate money to GAP as you do so!)
· If buying the clock mechanism, you will also need a AA Battery