Carefully disassemble the clock, removing any glass and the hands from the clock.
Trace around the face of the clock on the watercolor paper, then cut out the circle. Make sure you also cut out a small circle in the center of the paper.
Mix up your watercolor paints. Paint over the entire circle with plain water to get it wet, then start painting on the paper with the watercolor paint. Once you are happy with the look, set it aside to dry.
Apply a thin layer of spray adhesive to the back of the newly painted clock face, then stick it on the clock over the original clock face.
Reassemble the clock pieces now that the new clock face is in place.
Once the clock is back together, put a battery in it. It is ready to hang on the wall.
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