Cartridges used: George and Basic Shapes and A Child's Year
Cut the following items one time each from heavy chipboard:
5 1/2 inch circle from George
6 1/2 snowflake on page 55 from ACY
7.85 inch snowflake on shift from ACY
In design studio I did hide contour on the cut outs on the tips of the snowflakes.
Cut the above items again 2 times each on heavy white cardstock
And the final cut is the circle and 5 1/2 inch snowflake on glossy white cardstock
the 7.85 inch snowflake on shift cut from mirror cardstock in light blue.
adhere all like cuts together, on both snowflakes I sprayed with spray adhesive and topped with chunky glitter.
Holding all together to get them centered for the hour points, find center of design and use Cropadile big bite to put hole in the center (you have to punch 3 holes very slightly overlapping each other)
Now put the pieces of a cheap 6 inch clock (such as the $3.88 ones from Wal-mart) in your new snowflake clock. The clock is light enough that you do not need to adhere it to the little black battery box, but if desired you may. I chose not to so that I can keep using the same hands for seasonal clocks. The clock is also light enough that it will hold to the wall with a small 3M mount and remove picture hanger (sorry tossed the package and don't remember the actual name)