Follow the instructions to create your own silhouette animal clock. You could carve out a clock in the shape of your child’s favorite animal!
2. Moon Clock
Does your kid dream of becoming an astronaut? He or she will love this moon clock!
Do you have a beloved children’s book that has some pages torn out or damaged? Re-purpose it as a charming book clock for your kid’s room.
Your kids will get a kick out of seeing themselves on their personalized photo clocks!
5. Cuckoo Clock
A wooden birdhouse, with a little paint and cute accessories, can be turned into a seriously fun cuckoo clock for your kid’s room.
Can you believe that this DIY clock is made out of plastic spoons? This flower clock would be perfect for a little girl’s room.
This DIY clock for a kid’s room is more for you than for your kids. Color markings on a simple clock help your kids know when to go back to sleep, when to stay in their room and when to wake you up.
8. Lego Clock
Lego-lovers of all ages will absolutely love this Lego clock. Have your kid choose his/her favorite Lego people and help you create this fun DIY clock.
9. Crayon Clock
Budding little artists will love this crayon clock. You could create a similar DIY clock with paintbrushes, markers, or whatever is your child’s favorite art tool.
This captivating insect clock was made with spray-painted plastic insects, but you could use any plastic toys for the same effect. Little plastic dinosaurs would be very cool, for example!
11. House Clock
Make an adorable clock in the shape of a house and decorate it with a picket fence and a couple of tiny animals!
12. Death Star Clock
If you have a kid who loves Star Wars, he/she will LOVE this Death Star clock that’s made out of a frisbee!
You don’t have to choose between Lego and Star Wars for your DIY clock for your kids’ room. Combine both interests with this great clock!
14. Hexagon Clock
This beautiful hexagon clock would work very well for any age or gender. Your choice of fabric will set the tone for this clock; you could set your kid loose in a fabric store and let him/her choose to make a clock he/she will love.
15. Clay Car Clock
Make a clock out of clay and add detachable play cars for an awesome creation that’s one part art, one part toy, and one part clock!
Want something easy to make? Try this printable cuckoo clock that you can glue on a piece of chipboard and add a clock kit. Bam, you’re done and you have a cute clock for your kid’s room!
17. Letter Art Clock
You don’t actually do anything to a clock for this DIY project. You just turn the clock into the letter O to act as a part of a word! If your kid’s name includes an O, this idea would be perfect for you.
18. Scrapbook Clock
Every kid loves to see pictures of himself/herself. Create a fun scrapbook clock for your child’s room with pictures and keepsakes that’s full of happy memories.
Finally, a digital clock that you can DIY! Perfect for the youngster who loves Minecraft.
This beautiful 3-D butterfly clock turns a functional item (a boring clock) into an artistic, sculptural one!
Cut circles out of your kids’ favorite photos and display them with this DIY wall clock.
22. Chalkboard Clock
If your kid is too young to tell time, you could write down daily routines on this cool chalkboard clock. Fun little drawings would work well, too!
This awesome bicycle wheel clock would work well in a sports-themed kids’ room.
This silly clock would amuse any Monty Python fan… or any kid, really! You could use a different character to do the silly walk as the time ticks by. How about Mickey Mouse, Frozen’s Elsa, or even Superman?
25. Owl Clock
If you have scrap wood in the garage waiting for a project, you can make this cute owl clock with the help of a jig saw and some paint.
26. Globe Clock
For a kid who loves geography or visiting new places, this globe clock would be the greatest clock ever. And it’s fairy simple to make!
Want to see even more DIY clock ideas? Here are 25 more cool DIY clocks!
Featured and title image via Better Homes and Gardens.
“I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.”